Whale watching has become an “eco-phenomenon” in many places of the world: Iceland, Galapagos, New Zealand, artic Canada and California are just a few of the places known for whale watching. But you do not have to travel halfway around the world to see whales; there’s whale watching right here in the waters off… Read more »
The Virgin Islands are a premier scuba diving and snorkeling destination, because the water is so clear. The east/west direction of the islands to the easterly Atlantic swells prevents the sand from being churned up inside the cruising ground, and fishing is restricted in the National Park. So there are lots of tropical fish and… Read more »
Swimming with dolphins is as old as myth—the Greeks told tales of these creatures carrying shipwrecked sailors to safety. In the wild, dolphins can swim 40 to 50 miles a day and dive hundreds of feet deep. Dolphins travel in pods – complex social groupings – and often form lifelong bonds. Extremely intelligent animals, dolphins… Read more »
The Virgin Islands are a premier diving destination. The islands are protected by Anegada and Horseshoe Reef to windward, which break the Atlantic swells from churning up the sands inside the cruising ground, creating excellent visibility. As well, the islands are inside a National park, which prohibits fishing. So the oceans are not fished out,… Read more »
If you have a large family (more than 12 people) or group of friends all wishing to travel together, you can arrange a ‘cruise in tandem.’ This means chartering two or three vessels and travelling in convoy. Catamarans are particularly ideal for this, as they have equal cabins, each with private ensuite bathroom, usually for… Read more »
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