Five Ways to Ensure Your Crewed Charter Is the Best Vacation EverRelated tags: Chartering | Destinations | Crewed | Article
by Steve McCrea
Steve McCrea, president of Ed Hamilton & Co., shares these tips for finding the best crewed charter vacation.
December 3, 2009Star Chaser reports from the ARC Rallyby The EditorsFirst hand accounts from the transatlantic crossing in the CW Logbooks.Rating:0
December 3, 2009San Juan Surpriseby Herb MccormickExpectations proved to be misleading: From the moment the Around the Americas guys sailed into the harbor off Old San Juan, their experiences in Puerto Rico were nothing but fantastic. "Herb's Watch" for December 3, 2009Rating:0Related tags: South America
November 13, 2009Hidden Croatia, a Crossroads of European Historyby Bernadette BernonExplore old fortresses, amazing architecture, and secluded beaches on this CW Adventure September 10-22, 2010Rating:0
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November 10, 2009So Long, Annapolis 2009; Hello, High Season 2010!by Elaine LemboCharter companies unveil new boats and revamped web sites aimed to get you some place warm this winter. From "Charter Briefing" in our November 12, 2009, CW Reckonings.Rating:0
October 22, 2009Railey Will Host Sunsail Flotillaby Elaine LemboChartering just got better with a chance to sail with an olympian or in a new locale. "Charter News" for our November 2009 issueRating:0
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October 14, 2009Arctic Dreamsby Herb MccormickSuch stuff as dreams are made on. "Herb's Watch" for October 14, 2009Rating:0
October 13, 2009Ocean Watch Makes Landfall in Newport, RIThe research sailing vessel, en route on its 13-month, 24,000 nautical-mile journey around the North and South American continents to raise awareness of climate change, recently paid a two-day visit at the port of Newport, home of CW editor at large Herb McCormick. CW editor Mark Pillsbury interviewed program director Mark Schrader and our own Herb McCormick about what they have learned on the voyage so far.Rating:0
October 13, 2009Spaced Odyssey?by Herb MccormickFar out? With regard to both the person he is and the strange, epic voyage he's in the midst of, no sailor has ever been farther out than Reid Stowe. A feature from our October 2009 issueRating:0
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