The Spanish Virgin Islands Live up to Their Reputation as an Unspolied Paradise – By Adam Cort, Executive Editor

For years I’ve been hearing about the Spanish Virgin Islands, as they’re called, on the eastern edge of Puerto Rico: how they’re like the U.S. and the British Virgin Islands once were before being discovered by the charter and tourist trade, with their wide-open anchorages, sleepy port towns, and nearly deserted beaches. Imagine my surprise then when the taxi driver who’d […]

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Live Large this Winter Aboard Serenity in the Beautiful Caribbean

Last March, we had the pleasure of chartering Serenity, a Jeanneau 64, for the 2016 Jeanneau Owner’s Rendezvous in the British Virgin Islands. If you’re thinking to yourself that sailing through the turquoise waters of the Caribbean on a fully crewed yacht is not exactly tough duty, you’re right. Sailing aboard Serenity for a week being wined and dined through […]

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Meet Her in Miami!

“I have always tried to give Jeanneau, designs for cruising boats but also designs that benefit from developments in racing that are useful for cruising.” Philippe Briand Inspired by the tremendous success of the Jeaneau 64 introduced in 2014 and the Jeanneau 54 introduced one year ago, comes the all-new Jeanneau 51. Designed by naval architect, Philippe Briand in collaboration […]

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Jeanneau 64, We Meet Again

  Argentous, Trois Vignes, Amandine, Madelene ll, Serenity, and now Celerity, are all Jeanneau 64s that I’ve had the pleasure of sailing and spending time aboard since the 64 was first introduced in Corsica in June, 2014. I’m lucky I know! And while all these boats each have their own, unique personality, they also share the same great design features […]

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