From spring to summer, the transition is quick: a few more weeks and the desire for the sea and cruising will occupy all your days. Whether you plan to cast off your moorings alone, with a group of friends, as a couple or with the whole family (including children), there are plenty of suggestions for finding the ideal boat for your needs. With a little reasoning and some tips you can find out how to make the right choice. We leave the reasoning to you: we trust. As for tips, however, we thought we’d give you some in the next few pages: they cover embarkations and charters that can get you sailing on vacation in the Mediterranean and beyond. The choice of destination is crucial, in fact, and if warmth and sunshine are what you are looking for there are plenty of charter proposals to sift through: from the Caribbean to Polynesia, from the islands of the Atlantic Ocean to Africa. Happy sailing! Find the full article in the May issue of the Sailing Journal.
Where are you going this summer? 26 proposals for the right vacation
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