Let’s make it weird on a cruise with onboard toys

Onboard toys are the new frontier of the cruising world. There is a tendency to think that these are only suitable for megayachts or very spacious boats, in reality, companies in the industry now produce very diverse models suitable for various boat sizes. The secret? Most of these board toys are inflatable, so they can be stowed away comfortably once we have finished using them.

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It is difficult to be able to define this vast and ever-expanding world in a few lines. Canoes, kayaks, small boats, sup, dinghies and…

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