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Ibiza - small, rich and beautiful: rocky island Es Vedra

Ibiza is known for its clubs, celebrities, hippie scene and many other reasons. But less so as a sailing destination. Yet the third largest Balearic island is an uncomplicated, entertaining and compact terrain for varied cruises, especially for families and sailing novices. Ibiza may be the biggest party island in the Mediterranean, but the truth is: Ibiza is small. With...

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Menorca area - cruise around the island: Cala Pregonda bathing bay

Picturesque bays, tranquil villages, dreamlike clear water and a deep green hinterland: Menorca, only a hop away from the big sister Mallorca, is a dreamlike sailing area. Sailing blogger and ocean7 author Markus Silbergasser reveals to us his favorite places on a circumnavigation of the island. Just as Mallorca protects Menorca, which is located in the northeast, a little from...

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Kvarner cruise: mountainous coast southeast of the marina Punat on

You don't have to travel the world to feel like you're in paradise. The Istrian town of Pula is only a few hours drive from Austria and a few nautical miles from the Croatian dream destination Kvarner. Thanks to the mediation of Master Yachting Germany and at the invitation of Kiriacoulis Mediterranean, we were allowed to look around the area...

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Anchoring, anchorage, anchor maneuver: sailing yacht anchoring correctly

A skillful anchor maneuver is the basic prerequisite for a quiet night on board, but not the guarantee for it, goes a sailor's saying. What should be considered when anchoring, how a proper anchor maneuver should be driven, when an anchor watch is appropriate, and how SeaHelp's Premium Pass helps with anchor diving when the anchor gets stuck during retrieval...

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Women on board

Fortunately, the days are long gone when women on board (as well as clergymen, by the way) were viewed with suspicion by seafarers. According to superstition, both brought bad luck in equal measure. Successful female sailors such as Isabelle Joschke show that equality has long prevailed on the water: exactly four weeks after the first racing yachts, the 44-year-old German-Frenchwoman...

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