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Montenegro Is A Location Bathed in History

2018-10-24T17:37:30-04:00

P1000589Montenegro 

With a long coastline of excellent beaches, the coast of Montenegro is considered one of the sunniest locations in the Mediterranean, and is an excellent location in which to cruise on a luxury yacht charter. All along the coast are beautiful sandy beaches stretching between historic towns, including Bar, one half of the connection made by Marconi for the first radio transmissions, and little lovely fishing villages. Enjoy this coastline home to many different civilizations through the centuries, and today a warm sunny cruising location for a private crewed yacht charter vacation.

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Montenegro Is A Location Bathed in History2018-10-24T17:37:30-04:00

The Medieval Walled City of Bar, Montenegro

2018-10-29T18:37:35-04:00

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Bar Montenegro Harbor

One of the sunniest towns in the Mediterranean, Bar is a major seaport for Montenegro and a great stop on a crewed yacht charter along the southern coast of Montenegro. Settled in Neolithic times, the busiest time period in the history of Bar was during medieval times, with this town an especially important location in ecclesiastical history as the home of three religions, Orthodox, Catholicism, and Islam. Also known as Antibari in earlier centuries, due to its location opposite or “Anti” Bari Italy, this town was one half of the equation for the first radio connection made by Guglielmo Marconi in 1904; which was between Bari, Italy and Bar, Montenegro. With a nice large seaport ringed with beaches that extend on either side of the port for over 9 kilometers, Bar, Montenegro, hunkered under Mount Rumija, should be included in any yacht charter itinerary for southern Montenegro.
The Medieval Walled City of Bar, Montenegro2018-10-29T18:37:35-04:00

Visit the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay

2018-10-29T18:47:43-04:00

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 Eastern Shore Sunrise over Crab Shacks

Over 200 miles long, the Chesapeake Bay is an extensive waterway to explore while on a crewed yacht charter.  Bound on the western side by the mainland of Maryland and Virginia, and on the eastern side, by the unique Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia; also known as the Delmarva Peninsula, the Chesapeake Bay separates the Eastern Shore from the mainland.  Isolated by this separation, lifestyle on the Eastern Shore has evolved with a unique history and culture from colonial times to today.  This lifestyle and culture has always centered on the water, boats, trading, and fishing, oyster catching and crabbing.  Be sure to stop and explore the little historic towns, rivers and creeks, along the Eastern Shore of Maryland and Virginia on any yacht charter cruise through the Chesapeake Bay.

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Visit the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake Bay2018-10-29T18:47:43-04:00

In the historic wake of pirates in the U. S. Barrier Islands

2018-10-30T19:52:19-04:00

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 Barrier Island Coastline

A yacht charter itinerary through the Barrier Islands along the southeastern seaboard of the United States of Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina is a yacht charter cruise in the historic wake of pirates that once sailed in, out and around the Barrier Islands in the 18th century.  Well known legendary pirates such as “Blackbeard”, Stede Bonnet, “Calico Jack” and “Black Bart” all spent time in these islands sailing in and out of various hidey holes along this coastal area.  Today, explore this yacht charter location rich in pirate history on a yacht charter cruise through the Barrier Islands of the southeastern seaboard of the United States.

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In the historic wake of pirates in the U. S. Barrier Islands2018-10-30T19:52:19-04:00

Visit Washington DC on the Potomac River

2018-10-31T19:38:27-04:00

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 Washington DC and Potomac River

Cruise right up the Potomac River from the Chesapeake Bay while on a crewed yacht charter along the mid Atlantic coast of the United States and dock right next to many of the “must see” highlights of the nation’s capitol, Washington DC. It is just a 95 mile trip up the Potomac River on a crewed yacht charter to Washington DC and there are several good marinas with dockage in the Tidal Basin, which is located within walking distance of the many block long squares of grass called the National Mall, and the center of many of the city attractions. A cruise up or down the Potomac River on a crewed charter yacht passes right by Mount Vernon the home of the nation’s first President, George Washington, with dockside access on the Potomac River for a stop here as well while on your yacht charter itinerary including the Potomac River and Washington DC along the east coast of the United States.

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Visit Washington DC on the Potomac River2018-10-31T19:38:27-04:00

Yacht Charter Exploring the San Blas Islands; Home of the Kuna Indians

2018-10-31T20:59:43-04:00

Kuna Indian Beach

Just off of the eastern entrance to the Panama Canal, sit the San Blas Islands, a beautiful archipelago of around 378 islands and bits of land of which only 49 are inhabited.  The San Blas Islands are part of an autonomous comarca of Panama called the Kuna Yala established in the 1930’s after a Kuna Indian revolt against the Panamanian Government.  The Kuna Indians are the indigenous people to Panama and Columbia and still maintain their culture, traditions, language and unique form of life in their Kuna communities, which is best experienced on a yacht charter cruise through the San Blas Islands.  Explore the world of the Kuna Indians and the beauty of the San Blas Islands on your next crewed yacht charter.

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Yacht Charter Exploring the San Blas Islands; Home of the Kuna Indians2018-10-31T20:59:43-04:00

Belize Yacht Charter; Sighting the Red Footed Booby

2019-07-04T22:55:46-04:00

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Red Footed Booby Bird Nesting

About 60 miles off of the coast of Belize, is Lighthouse Reef, with a bit of land called Half Moon Caye, which is one of the few homes in the world of the rare White Red Footed Booby. For any non-ornithologists a Booby is a species of bird. Lighthouse Reef also offers outstanding diving and snorkeling, notably the famous Blue Hole, however ashore on Half Moon Caye, is one of two known nesting spots for the White Red Footed Booby. Take a break between snorkeling or diving trips, and step ashore to follow the nature trail on Half Moon Caye that takes you right up in the trees near these very rare birds; rare because unlike most Red Footed Boobies which are a dull brown, these Boobies on Half Moon Caye are a bright white, which is seen only in one other location in the world on a small island near the island of Tobago. (more…)

Belize Yacht Charter; Sighting the Red Footed Booby2019-07-04T22:55:46-04:00

Belize Yacht Charter; Exploring the “Blue Hole”

2019-07-05T12:13:51-04:00

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Blue Hole, Belize

With three of the world’s know atolls, Belize yacht charters offers great coral reef snorkeling and diving, with the most notable dive location being the “Blue Hole“. Made famous by Jacques Cousteau, the Blue Hole is no less extraordinary then when Cousteau and his crew explored the depths, and declared this spot one of the “10 Best Scuba Diving Locations in the World” in 1971. This large underwater sinkhole was formed when the roof of an underwater cavern collapsed leaving a circular opening, just under the surface of the ocean over 980′ in diameter. Located in Lighthouse Reef, the Blue Hole is part of the larger Belize Barrier Reef Reserve System, which is a declared UNESCO World Heritage Site and well worth visiting  on Belize yacht charters.

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Belize Yacht Charter; Exploring the “Blue Hole”2019-07-05T12:13:51-04:00

Exploring Georgia’s Barrier Islands on Yacht Charter

2019-07-05T23:33:39-04:00

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Barrier Island Coastline

Sprinkled all along the Georgia coastline are the low lying Georgia Barrier Islands. The full list of these islands is extensive and includes from north to south, Tybee, Wassaw, Ossabaw, St. Catherines, Sapelo, Wolf, Little St. Simons, Sea, St. Simons, Jekyll, Little Cumberland, and Cumberland. Some of these islands are uninhabited jewels of nature, some are great remote get aways, and some hold their own as a resort island of distinction. But what they all do is form the barrier that protects the coast of Georgia in this area and as land masses are continually changing in size, and shape as the powerful forces of winds, ocean currents, waves, storms and tides make their mark. From wild horses to pirates, sea island cotton, gilded age resorts, and miles of beaches, these islands have had their place in history and are a great yacht charter cruising location to explore and learn today. (more…)

Exploring Georgia’s Barrier Islands on Yacht Charter2019-07-05T23:33:39-04:00

Savannah, Georgia; Visit by Charter Yacht

2019-07-05T23:37:51-04:00

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Armstrong House in Savannah, Georgia

Located on the Intracoastal Waterway, Savannah, Georgia is a city steeped in history and the main port on the Savannah River. Agriculture was the mainstay of Georgia for centuries and all was exported out of the port of Savannah. In the 1800’s, Savannah was the busiest port in America. Exported goods started with indigo and silk, but soon switched to cotton, with Sea Island Cotton a specialty. Savannah, through trade, was a wealthy city in the 1700 – 1800’s, which showed in the buildings and lifestyles of its citizens. As a trade city with the importation of exotic goods from around the world, Savannah also became known as a center for culture and high style. Today the southern charm and hospitality of Savannah is internationally known, and Savannah is a “must see” port on a yacht charter cruise through the south eastern coast of America. (more…)

Savannah, Georgia; Visit by Charter Yacht2019-07-05T23:37:51-04:00
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