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5 know-how how to live on a yacht and earn

What happens if you quit your job to be able to sail the waves? Will you be able to feed yourself thanks to your professional skills? Suppose you are no longer tormented by regular routine work, there are no long kilometer-long traffic jams - all this gray life ... At the same time, you are paid for trips around the world on a yacht, or maybe you yourself earn money on these trips. Do you think this does not happen? You are wrong.
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How to prepare your boat for winter storage

Remember, the period of its operation and the subsequent quality of the mechanisms work depends on how correctly the preparatory measures for storing the vessel are carried out. Before the beginning of the winter period, it is recommended to draw up a work plan and determine the date of reactivation. This will help to reduce future maintenance costs.
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How can a beginner yachtsman learn to understand the wind? Expert advice.

The history of the use of wind power for sailing the seas and oceans goes back many centuries. The wind filled the sails of the legendary "Argo", the treacherous wind prevented Odysseus from returning to his native Ithaca. The force of the wind filled the sails of Columbus, helping to move towards the desired goal - the discovery of new lands.
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Types of fabrics for yacht sails

For over 100 years, people have used artificial materials effectively in the manufacture of sails. They are more durable, more expensive, and weigh much less than their ancestor - a sail made of material. Renowned brands offer materials with a range of qualities. Let's consider them in more detail.
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Yachting in Italy: the sights of the island of Ischia

The island of Ischia in the Tyrrhenian Sea attracts tourists with a successful combination of natural and historical attractions. Despite the fact that it has a small area (only 46 square kilometers), a large number of museums, parks, beaches, spas and hotels are concentrated here.
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Preparing the yacht for sailing

Before you go on a trip on a yacht, it is imperative to check the operation of all systems and the serviceability of the mechanisms in the ship. This will provide comfort and safety for the entire vacation period.
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Yachting in Italy: Ponza Islands

Ponza Island in Italy (the largest in the Pontine Islands archipelago) is located in the Tyrrhenian Sea 102 km southeast of Rome and has a length of just under 9 km. Ponza, like all the islands of the archipelago, is of volcanic origin and has a rich history.
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Yachting in Malta: the sights of Valletta

Malta is a small country located on the islands of the Maltese archipelago (the largest of which are Malta and Gozo). There are no natural lakes and rivers on the islands.
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Yachting in the Azores

The Azores are 9 islands in the Atlantic Ocean of volcanic origin (in geological terms, they are very young and are, in fact, the top of an underwater mountain range) and taken under the protection of UNESCO. The Azores archipelago is a territory of Portugal, although it is located 750 miles from it.
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Marina Kotor - the pearl of Montenegro

Kotor is an incredibly picturesque harbor surrounded by mountains and hills. Thanks to its convenient location and numerous attractions, this marina attracts sailors from all over Europe for a reason.
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Yachting in Greece: Dodecanese Islands

The Dodecanese Islands are located in the Aegean Sea, in close proximity to the southwestern coast of Turkey. The Dodecanese archipelago contains over 160 islands, of which only 26 are inhabited.
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Cyclades islands: yacht charter in the most picturesque places in Greece

There are so many beautiful and interesting places in Greece that it is sometimes difficult to plan the desired route so as not to miss important sights. The Cycladic archipelago is a typical Greek island and an ideal summer sailing destination.
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Yachting infrastructure and attractions of Athens

Athens is the capital of one of the most popular European countries among travelers, while this city is one of the best places to rent a yacht in Greece.
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Yachting in Greece. Crete

When traveling on a yacht in Greece, be sure to include in your itinerary the island of Crete, which is very popular among lovers of the study of antiquities and fans of diving.

Yachting around Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a small town, compactly located in the southern part of the Dalmatian coast. Despite its population (only about 40 thousand inhabitants), Dubrovnik is one of the most visited resorts on the Adriatic coast.

Yachting in Croatia: Split attractions

Split is an important port city in Dalmatia, nestled in a picturesque bay between the waters of the Adriatic and the mountains. The place where it stands was inhabited already 2 thousand years ago, and the city boasts a rich history and cultural heritage.

Yachting in Croatia: Korcula Island

The inhabitants of the "Country of a Thousand Islands" are very proud that their famous compatriot Marco Polo lived on Korcula (the Polo family owned a house here). As you know, he discovered China for Europeans by going on a trip to East Asia.

Features of yachting in Slovenia

Slovenia ("The sunny side of the Alps", as the Slovenes called it "osobennosti-ahtinga-v-slovenii") is a small country nestled in the very center of Europe. It attracts tourists from all over the world with an abundance of ancient churches, castles, Gothic palaces, modern art nouveau buildings and, of course, views of the snow-capped mountains.

Yachting in the Caribbean: Martinique Island

Yachting in the Caribbean is a great opportunity to see exotic islands with lush tropical nature, dive and explore the vibrant underwater world of coral reefs.

Yachting in Phuket

Phuket is a large island in the south of Thailand in the Andaman Sea. This is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia, where vacationers have at their disposal: picturesque nature, warm sea and developed infrastructure.