Month: August 2016

Sailing your boat in Bali will provide the work/life balance you’ve been longing for

Endless meetings, tighter deadlines and longer hours are having a significant impact on Australians. Many people are now spending more time at work and struggle to balance their work and personal lives. For many, stress can be difficult to avoid,...

/ August 21, 2016

Sailing Superstitions

From de-naming ceremonies to prohibitions of bananas onboard, it seems that sailors around the world have developed many superstitions. Guest blogger, Louise of Sandy Toes and Writer Woes shares some of superstitions she’s come to know after years of sailing. And...

/ August 19, 2016

Our Favourite Destinations for Sailing in Northern Europe

Exploring the tranquil and unspoiled landscapes of Northern Europe by boat is an experience not to be missed. From the gorgeous fjords of Norway to the Northern Lights, what the northern lands and seas lack in warmth, they make up...

/ August 18, 2016

How to Spend a Day on Anchor

Our guest blogger and fellow sailor, Louise Kennedy, shares some tips for when it’s time to drop anchor after traversing the deep blue sea. As a frequent guest blogger, Louise has offered some great advice for travellers planning their next boat holiday....

/ August 9, 2016

Sailing in Skyros

This week, our guest blogger Georgie Moon shares her experiences about sailing in Skyros, a rather unknown, yet wonderful island in the Sporades. Georgie is an experienced sailor who has contributed several guides and stories about sailing in Greece to the Zizoo magazine....

/ August 5, 2016

Friendships and Boating

Friendships and Boating Among the many joys of sailing is the fun of making new friends while exploring new islands, coastal towns and villages. Our guest blogger, Louise of Sandy Toes and Writer Woes shares her fond memories of making new...

/ August 1, 2016