Skippered sailing holidays in Croatia, Greece and Turkey


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Visiting Greece versus sailing in Greece

Everyone loves Greece. Most people who visit this ancient land of legend and lore feel a compulsive need to go back. And partly because Greece is so diverse, with its range of islands all offering different things to do and see, you feel as though you are […]

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Ready for a change? Try a sailing holiday

Holidays. They’re so important – helping you to relax and unwind and escape the humdrum of everyday life. They offer you the chance to explore different countries, try new things and experience new cultures. And since time off is precious, it’s no surprise that many people stick […]

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Croatia sailing is a must-do … and that’s a fact

Get in the mood for a Croatia sailing trip by reading a few fun facts about the country. You can never know too much trivia and, who knows, these little snippets of information may come in useful one day. Get yourself a seat on a television quiz […]

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Explore the Ionian Islands as you go sailing in Greece

Sitting at work watching the rain pour down? Thinking with a sigh about all the jobs you need to do when you get home? Why not cheer up your day by planning a holiday? You need time to unwind and relax. You need Greece. More and more […]

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Discover the delights of sailing Turkey…

Stunning scenery. Tranquil waters. Sightseeing. Shopping. Watersports. The list of reasons to visit Turkey is actually endless, and many holidaymakers enjoy this destination because it offers a holiday for everyone. From sunbathing to nightclubbing, whatever your idea of holiday heaven, Turkey offers it. And for those who […]

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Scoot en route while sailing Croatia

You might choose to hire a scooter during your holiday sailing Croatia. This is a great way to see parts of the country that your yacht won’t reach but there are a few things you should consider before taking to the road. You’ll be pleased to know […]

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Sailing in Greece offers something for all during an Aegina trip

Even if you hated history at school and have no real interest in archaeology or mythology, the Temple of Aphaia is still well worth a visit – not least because you can explore the area by quad bike while sailing in Greece. Almost everyone who has been […]

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Don’t split from Split too soon whist sailing Croatia

A visit to Split can mark the start or finish of a trip sailing Croatia but it is also a great destination in its own right – so it’s well worth leaving a little time to have a look around. There is so much to see and […]

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Enjoy a traditional bath as part of your sailing Turkey experience

Experiencing a hammam is a great way to learn more about the culture whilst sailing Turkey, as well as being extremely relaxing. The experience can seem intimidating if you do not know what to expect, but it is an experience that shouldn’t be missed if you want […]

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Poros provides the perfect mix on a Greece sailing trip

Poros may be small but it is big in appeal, making it a must-see destination during any Greece sailing holiday. This evergreen paradise was once two separate islands but a volcanic eruption centuries ago created the evergreen isle as it is known today, dominated by its capital […]

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