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Chartering in Australia's Whitsundays

by vera cole, Posted March 27, 2014

I was enjoying a sunset cocktail on Tutu, our chartered Lagoon 380, when a flock of birds descended, hoping for a handout. They perched on the grill, the lifelines, anywhere they could find a foothold. 


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For sailors living in the northern United States, summer is the season to stay local and enjoy the precious few months of good weather. But every now and again, it’s good to branch out, book a flight and seek other adventures. 


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A Boat of Their Own

by Sian Davies, Posted October 22, 2013

Six women of a certain age set sail together. Will ditching their husbands be the making of them, or will it all end in girlie tears?

 

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Thin-Water Paradise

by Adam Cort, Posted October 22, 2013

Southwest Florida is one of those places where looks can be deceiving. At first glance it’s “water, water everywhere,” until you look at the soundings and then it becomes “nor any drop to, uh, sail.” But don’t give up.


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If By Land

by Meredith Laitos, Posted October 22, 2013

I recently read that the average American walks 5,117 steps a day, or approximately 2.5 miles. I also read that to be a “healthy” walker you need to get in 10,000 steps per day, and if you take 5,000 steps per day or less, you are officially classified as “sedentary.”


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