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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by Randi Barry S1 E5 Show Notes Talking Yachting Exit Plans with Jamila aka @Super_Yacht_Chief_Stew In this yachting podcast we explore the world on water with Superyacht Chief Stew Jamila. She is also the owner of Starfish Crew, a Yacht Crew consultancy agency geared towards helping Spanish speaking people join the yachting industry. Her bespoke step-by-step guidance covers everything from Resume services, to agency pitches, and inside information into the yachting world. Wi
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.
By Carmen Charrett-Milton of Tea in Bed We are all connected. Yachting taught me to connect with anyone from any walk of life. As on yachts you live in such close quarters, you have to get on with everyone. I learnt that every person you cross paths with in life you will share common ground with. This is a refreshing, renewed, non judgemental outlook that I had started to harbour when I initially went traveling, but certainly deepens when you are literally living with the sam