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From Ship To Shore: Charlotte Painter

How long did you work in yachting? I worked on Yachts for 9 years on both Sail and Motor, Private and Charter.   Can you tell me about your yachting career – highlights, low points? Like a lot of people, I stumbled into the yachting industry. I was working in …

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What Makes A Great Chief Stew?

It would seem that there is a shortage of Chief Stewardesses in the  industry at present.  It is extremely hard to find a good one, who has the necessary experience to be able to manage all the ins and outs of running the interior of a vessel, regardless of its …

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Bikini Beach Boutique & Spa

Bikini Beach – a heavenly shop and spa for all your beach needs Some people collect bags, others line their wardrobes with shoes or jewellery. But not Lucy Ireland, proud new owner of Bikini Beach, located under the shaded walkway on Paseo Mallorca. A girl after my own heart, her …

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Stewardess ‘Pick of the Month’ From RIALTO LIVING

Our favourite lifestyle store in Palma  You and your fellow service-superheroes standing in line on the aft deck is usually the first thing an owner or charter guest will see on arrival. A close second, of course, is the aft deck itself. That all-important first impression, and the fact that …

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Simply Food

I managed to book a table at restaurant Santceloni recently. It’s one of Madrid’s most famous gastronomic temples and was originally opened by the legendry 3 Michelin-star Catalan Chef, Santi Santamaria. Sadly Santi passed away in 2011 but during his life he was a champion of sourcing local ingredients and …

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Stew Of The Month: Caroline Stapley

Interview with Caroline Stapley by Emily Larkin What did you do before yachting, and how did your yachting career first begin? I began my yachting career back in 1990 (!), having finished an Economics and Languages degree (French & Spanish), and tried my hand at teaching English as a Foreign …

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From Ship To Shore – Katherine Eve

Interview with Katherine Eve by Emily Larkin How long did you work in yachting? Can you tell me about your yachting career – highlights, low points? I worked in yachting about 4 years. I initially came over looking for work as a hair and makeup artist/stew on the bigger motor …

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Stew Of The Month: Chloe Colton

What did you do before yachting, and how did your yachting career first begin? I started out in the yachting industry 8 years ago. Prior to yachting I completed a Ba Hons degree in Hispanic Studies at Liverpool University, a year of which was spent living and working in Madrid …

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Galley Goddess: La Sobrasada

They’re everywhere, you’ll find them all over the island, stuffed into their tight red coverings, leaving nought to the imagination; embarrassing really, as they proudly flaunt repulsive bulges and bumps. Getting it all out there and being confidently proud of it. I’m suggesting here, good Islanders, to take a minute …

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