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Ports of Call
Say Aloha to Hawaii Print E-mail
Written by Shannon Wianecki   
Sunday, 01 February 2009 00:00
Historically, Hawai‘i has been a popular port of call for whalers and military vessels. Prior to Western contact, Hawai‘i was colonized by some of the greatest seafarers the world has ever seen: Polynesian wayfinders
 
St. Lucia Print E-mail
Written by Nick Marshall   
Monday, 01 December 2008 16:32
The island of St. Lucia, long time a favorite for cruisers due to the ARC and its picturesque anchorages, is rapidly ‘hitting its straps’ as a megayacht destination. Keats Compton of the Marine Industries Association of St. Lucia (MIASL) took us on a tour
 
Saba Print E-mail
Written by Nick Marshall   
Sunday, 26 October 2008 20:43
Saba is part of the Netherlands Antilles, but shares almost no similarities with the other Dutch islands of St Maarten, Curacao, Statia and Bonaire. As development consumes the surrounding islands,
 
Anguilla Print E-mail
Written by Capt. Jan Robinson   
Saturday, 01 December 2007 00:00
In July, Island Global Yachting announced plans to build a luxury marina complex at the Altamer resort on Shoal Bay West in Anguilla. The development, due to be finished in late 2009, will become the official entry port to the quiet British Overseas Territory, and will have around 30 megayacht slips out of 101 in total, with a 164-unit resort, duty free shopping and restaurants. Incredibly, this will be Anguilla's first marina. What can the megayacht crowd expect?
 
Gorgeous Grenada Print E-mail
Written by Chris Goodier   
Thursday, 01 November 2007 00:00
On the "Spice Island," yacht guests discover the Caribbean of their dreams—lush volcanic hills, clean beaches, and friendly local people.  Meanwhile, the captain and crew enjoy a strong support system—marinas, boatyards, provisioning, skilled technicians, and plentiful marine supplies—to keep the boat running smoothly.
 
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