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The ancient Greeks and Romans believed they received the Mediterranean as a gift from the Gods. The Mediterranean was named the sea in the middle of land - medi terra. It is a salty sea at 3.8% and a cooler one as most of it lies between 35-40 degrees north of the equator. As a result is not as rich in marine life as the oceans and is therefore not the best scuba diving destination.
Croatia and Greece offer dry temperate climates, gentle landscapes filled with olive and fruit orchards and a sparkling salty sea. It is hard to resist the lure of the Mediterranean and all that this famous region has to offer. For the historian, nowhere else on earth is there such a density of archaeological and religious sites. If you prefer a more hedonistic vacation, the Mediterranean offers thousands of islands with sun drenched beaches, warm waters, famous gastronomy, shopping and nightlife.
Croatia has become the most popular yacht charter destination in Europe with 1185 island jewels - all set right in the heart of Europe. Explore UNESCO heritage towns with medieval architecture, visit pristine national parks, dine on superb seafood and celebrate some of Europe's best nightlife.
Made up of 4500 islets and islands set in five pristine cruising areas, each of the Greek island regions feature their own mythology and unique historic sites. What they have in common are turquoise waters, golden beaches, welcoming tavernas and the warm hospitality that only the Greeks can offer.
The night air is filled with the scent of frangipani, the rhythm of the steel drum, and the rustle of the swaying palm fronds overhead! For centuries sailors have marveled at the indescribable beauty of the Windward and Leeward Islands and the people who inhabit them. Charter sailors take advantage of the warm trade winds to carry them through this island playground, island hopping in the Bahamas, Leeward and Windward islands. It's time to discover the Caribbean and find your tropical hideaway.
The British Virgin Islands are made up of 50 islands that have long been the number one sailing destination in the Caribbean. Spectacular scenery, easy line of site passages and a fun-filled island atmosphere make them the perfect paradise for new sailors to cut their teeth on a bareboat charter.
The French islands of Martinique and Guadeloupe offer large modern marinas, rain forest hiking, superb French and creole dining, rum plantation tours and countless anchorages. Come and experience the 'joie de vivre' in the French west Indies!
This unique island is a mix of French and Dutch and is a joy to explore as a result of these diverse cultures. It is one of the busiest cosmopolitan islands in the Caribbean and the many sandy beaches are lined with hotels, condominiums and a plethora of duty free shops, restaurants and casinos.
The Pacific Ocean is the largest ocean on earth and takes up one-third of planet's total surface. It is also the deepest ocean as the Mariana Trench reaches a depth of 10,900 meters. There are over 25,000 islands first discovered by Polynesian explorers, as they slowly made their way migrating from Asia across the Pacific, over 2000 years ago. The Pacific was sighted by Europeans in the beginning of the 16th century, when Spanish explorer Vasco Nunez de Balboa walked across the Isthmus of Panama. It was named the peaceful sea or Pacific, by Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521, who encountered calm seas during his journey.
You have arrived in paradise...Fly to Tahiti then explore the more remote Raiatea, Tahaa, the beautiful reefs and lagoons of the island of Huahine and of course the famous astrolabe atoll of Bora Bora. Come and discover your own tropical paradise in French Polynesia. You will never want to leave this stunning destination.