Expert Advice

Is It Time for Boat Swapping?

by Sail Staff, Posted May 15, 2008
An online match-making service for boatowners interested in boat swapping, launched earlier this year at www.seemysea.com, is now claiming members from many corners of the world. The premise: To allow busy boatowners to travel in far-away spots without piling the cost of chartering on top of the cost of already owning a boat at home. A one-year

Have a Question About Chartering?

by Sail Staff, Posted April 15, 2008
ASK SAIL'S EXPERTS[Q:] I am going to be in Athens, Greece, on business and have reserved five days for a charter. What do you suggest?[A:] The best way to make use of the available time is to start and end your charter close to Athens; this means cruising to the islands of the Saronic Gulf—Aegina, Poros (the famous theater at Epidavros is nearby), Hydra, and

5 Essential Travel Tips

by Sail Staff, Posted October 23, 2007
I somehow got on the distribution list for Magellan's newsletter—Magellan's is a catalogue and online seller of travel-related items—and (surprise!) find that its travel advice is often useful. If you're planning a charter outside the U.S., take note of these suggestions for using ATMs rather than traveler's checks (this seems to be the way things are going).
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