Exploring the Exumas by Luxury Catamaran The Exumas are an archipelago of 365 cays and islands, beginning just 35 miles southeast of Nassau. Once called Yumey and Suma (names of Amer-Indian origin), the islands have gone through many changes over the years. Today, they’re divided into three major areas—Great Exuma, Little Exuma and The Exuma Cays. Day 1: Nassau Atlantis, Paradise Island, Nassau (pic courtesy of Traveler Corner)
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Investment Series Part 2 | Awe Inspiring Art for Yachts Villas & Homes Today we have Aidan Stride from Chilton & Associates joining us to discover the world of treasure hunting – an alternate to atlernative investing that is fun, interesting and compelling. It also doubles as a unique way to display artwork onboard yachts, in your home, or villa. Chilton & Associates aids their clients in aquiring pieces of history which are meaningful and unique to each owner. These objects
Kindness on Board | Leadership Tips | Beautiful British Columbia by Randi Barry Today we have Gemma aka @TheYachtStew – Sharing with us leadership tips and advice for new Chief Stews, we also discuss bullying on board and crew kindness. Gemma’s advice for managing a team is truly insightful I feel not only for Chief Stews but anyone in a leadership role. We also talk about how to deal with bullies on board and how to encourage a team environment. On her blog, Gemma shares exc
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.
🖋 Featuring Blogger: Long Island Local & Yachtie Melissa McMahon Compiled by: Randi Barry Newport tips: Dylan Barry Northeast USA Itinerant sea travel often leads to waking up in a new port and locale beyond compare. Experiencing these places by boat is an excellent opportunity to experience the lifestyle without the downside of room and board. Read on for our best crowd-sourced discoveries across the Northeast USA from fellow seafarers. Related: Top 10 things to do in New