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Spotlight On Port Cala Nova Marina

Port Calanova – a one stop shop for all your yachting and relaxation needs Part marina, part sailing school, Port Calanova has a clear goal: to adapt to the needs and requirements of different users who are looking for a high-quality service, without losing the essence and prestige stemming from a long …

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Yacht & Captain: Barnaby Henshaw-Depledge

Captains of Ships  Back in 1933, the owner of Woolworths, William Stephenson, commissioned the build of a 39 metre (130 foot) J-Class Velsheda, named after his three daughters Velma, Sheila and Daphne.  With the most advanced design for spars, rigging and sails around, she went on to compete against the …

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Dear Islander

August Edition 2018 Last month we were treated to the sights of the Superyacht Cup, where we spent each day spectating from our RIB, and having a couple of world class photographers onboard, Stuart Pearce and Ingrid Abery. You can see the fruits of their labour on the front cover …

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Charter Yacht Of The Month – Alexa Of London

ALEXA OF LONDON – A beautiful classic 38m sailing yacht which combines a subtle mix of traditional and contemporary interior design. Her stunning interior is light and elegant with a gorgeous skylight in the saloon and cream colored soft furnishings. Alexa of London is a replica of His Majesty’s Yacht …

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Ribelle: Winner Of The World Superyacht Award 2018

We are honoured and very pleased to announce we were awarded the Boat International World Superyacht Award 2018 for our Ribelle, in the Sailing Yachts 30m to 49.9m category. It is wonderful to see that our hard work does not go unnoticed and that we continue to deliver striking and …

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Captains of Ships – Pam Griffin Gardner

Born in 1966 (They think it’s all over. It is now…) it seems rather appropriate that Pam Griffin Gardner’s first taste of the world of work was football related. Born in Liverpool, her father had a sign manufacturing business and would take Pam with him on weekend jobs. Most Saturdays …

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Best Beaches On The French Riviera

The French Riviera is seemingly overflowing with amazing beaches to visit. But to find the crème de la crème, that perfect combination of the most-golden sands, azure seas and a flawless beach restaurant (or two!) takes some looking. Luckily, we have done the hard work for you, rounding up the …

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