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London to Brighton: Day Trip or Voyage Gateway Jun 30

London to Brighton: Day Trip or Voyage Gateway
Londoners, both longstanding residents and very new ones, who appreciate the utmost in luxury enjoy the short distance to the Brighton Marina south of the city. Just a short hour long trip by car, those who want to relax and enjoy the weekend in a seaside town and get in some beach time love Brighton. Brighton has everything you could want in a holiday area– beaches, culture, history, stunning architecture, and lots of bars and nightclubs for when the sun goes down. However, many people fail to realize that Brighton also has a great marina for those who have their own boats or yachts, and yacht charter is also available. Also, those just outside of the UK, and visitors, frequently have no idea that such a great watersports playground exists so close to the urban area.

Marina Offerings

The Brighton Marina area offers a wide range of watersports equipment. Whether your interests lie in windsurfing, wakeboarding, or boating, you will find the latest high technology equipment for your use. There are also schools to teach you about sailing and powerboating, as well as wakeboarding. You can use your own boat and equipment, or you can rent equipment to use for the duration of your stay. In fact, there are even unlimited hire memberships you can use for this equipment throughout the season.

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3 Amazing Cruises in Asia-Pacific Jun 24

Ever wanted to visit the Asia-Pacific region? Discover it through a cruise. Hotel packages are available for cruise travellers who need a place to stay before and after their cruise. Visit ancient China, mysterious Thailand and colourful Malaysia; see the Australian coral reefs and the cliffs of New Zealand. Here are three great cruises available in the Asia-Pacific region. We hope these give you ideas for your next Asian or Pacific vacation.

  1. 1. Singapore to Hong Kong

Hong Kong:
Hong Kong


Offered by Holland America, this 14-day cruise will take you through Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam and China. The journey starts in Singapore, an island city-state at the tip of the Malay peninsula. An ultra-modern city with lots of skyscrapers, it will satisfy the tastes of the urban tourists. The first stop on the way, Ko Samui island in Thailand, is a popular tourist spot only second to Bangkok. The island offers year-round activities and festivals and features the legendary Thai hospitality. After 2 days in Bangkok, the cruise moves to Sihanoukville, Cambodia. A growing tourist spot, Sihanoukville offers several quiet beaches and ancient pagodas. After a few stops in popular Vietnam spots such as Phu My and the famous Halong Bay, the cruise ends in urban Hong Kong.

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Yacht Insurance Jun 12

Many insurance companies provide plenty of coverage options for yachts and boats. When you are looking for specialist cover finding the right policy at an affordable price can be a daunting task. Besides, caring for yachts is much more harder than an ordinary boat. When it comes to yacht insurance it is all about protecting your investment. The fact that you own a yacht means that affordability is not an issue. Since you have spent a considerable amount of money you need to make sure to choose a yacht insurance policy wisely. To begin with, determine the extent of coverage you need. This should be similar to the cost of the yacht if your vessel is destroyed due to various reasons. Among the major risks is collision leading to an explosion, theft, and the possibility of sinking.

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Yacht insurance


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