Yachties Day Out: Best Top Things to do on your Day Off in Fort Lauderdale After working hard on busy private or charter yachts and being confined to a small space, us Yachties really look forward to a bit of indulgence and pampering on our day off. The best part about travelling for work is being able to take in the amazing cuisine, culture, city sights and fun crew bars in whichever port we land for the season. Below are some of our top recommended things to do and see for
A Yachting Podcast for the Nautic Nomad Community by Randi Barry Throw off the bowlines sit back and relax as we discover adventure, explore the world on water and share about everything yachting in this weekly podcast. We wanted to start this podcast as a way to interact with our community and also give back value. If you have questions, feedback or topics you would like us to cover please leave us a voice note on the anchor.fm app at our profile there. Want to get updated w
Leading Monaco helicopter company and partner of the Monaco Yacht Show 2018 releases special rates for show attendees. Claim these special offers with the promo code MYS2018. This preferential fare includes a VIP chauffeur-driven transfer to and from Monaco’s heliport in Fontvieille to the Monaco Yacht Show 2018. Or, if you would prefer – use the discount code for transfer to any other address in Monaco. The Monaco Yacht Show 2018 (MYS) will be held from September 26th to 29t
Members of the United States Customs and Border Protection SVRS (Small Vessel Reporting System) were alerted by email that the system will be shut down September 5th and replaced with the CBP ROAM App. Existing SVRS numbers will continue to remain valid and may be entered in the CBP ROAM app for expedited processing. Boaters can also report their arrival via telephone to their designated reporting numbers or report to the port of entry. Where can CBP ROAM App be used? The app
New to yachting? Start off on the right foot. Start off on the wrong foot? It’s never too late. Yachting is a true melting pot of cultures, backgrounds, race, gender, opinion and sexual preference. Add a couple back to back charters, a difficult boss or a rocky onboard relationship and it goes from melting pot to pressure cooker. It is so important to take all the above factors into consideration when interacting socially, verbally and physically with each fellow crew member.