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A guide to sailing on the Solent: Part one

15th May 2020

The south coast of England has long been known for some of the country’s most stunning natural beauty, with a quiet, sheltered anchorages and thrilling sailing conditions, making it one of the best places to visit for a UK yacht charter. Dream Yacht Charter’s UK base is located in the prestigious Port Hamble Marina at the mouth of … Continued

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Christmas yacht charters – our top alternative locations to visit during the festive period | Dream Yacht Charter

16th Dec 2019

Christmas yacht charters – our top alternative locations to visit during the festive period Christmas is a special time of year, where friends and family come together to celebrate, eat, drink and be merry. And while a traditional Christmas with turkey and all the trimmings is always heart-warming, feeling the pressures associated with the festive … Continued

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Solo Sailor names yacht for Oarsome Chance Charity

Dream Yacht Charter celebrate a successful first year with charity partner Oarsome Chance

16th Dec 2019

Dream Yacht Charter celebrate a successful first year with charity partner Oarsome Chance At last year’s Southampton Boat Show, we announced a brand new charity partnership with Hampshire based Oarsome Chance. Since then, the partnership has gone from strength to strength, with a number of events planned with the charity and our new Dufour 460 … Continued

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Family on a sailing holiday

Ten tips for the perfect family sailing holiday | Dream Yacht Charter

06th Dec 2019

Ten tips for the perfect family yacht charter with children A family sailing holiday are special occasions that make foundational memories in the constantly changing landscape of a child’s mental and emotional development. What better place to do that than on a chartered yacht, sailing between islands in the sparkling blue ocean so close to … Continued

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A complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays - Food and drink in The Exumas

A complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays: Part four- food and drink in The Exumas

26th Nov 2019

For the final instalment of our complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays, we take a look at one of the most important things on every sailors mind…food! Here, we talk about food and drink in The Exumas, sharing our top restaurants to visit and the best food and drinks to try – but beware, … Continued

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The top things to do on a sailing holiday in The Exumas

A complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays: Part three – the top things to do while on a sailing holiday in The Exumas

26th Nov 2019

In part two of our complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays, we looked at the top places to visit while chartering around the Exuma Cays including Big Major Cay and Allen’s Cay. In part three, we take a look at the top things to do while on a sailing holiday in The Exumas. Top things … Continued

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The top places to visit in The Exumas

A complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays in the Bahamas: Part two – the top places to visit in The Exumas

26th Nov 2019

In part one of our complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays, we looked at the basics you’ll need to know before you charter around one of the world’s most iconic sailing grounds, including what the weather is like, how to get there and the best anchorages (according to us!). In part two, we take a … Continued

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A complete guide to sailing The Exumas

A complete guide to sailing the Exuma Cays in the Bahamas: Part one – all things sailing

26th Nov 2019

If you are looking for a yacht charter holiday you won’t forget, head over to the Bahamas, where sailing The Exumas will without a doubt be one of the greatest adventures you’ll ever have and our base at Palm Cay Marina is perfectly situated to explore the Exuma Cays. With so much to see and … Continued

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Sun Loft 47

Sailing holidays for up to 12 friends on the monocat Sun Loft 47

08th Nov 2019

The Sun Loft 47 is a new, versatile monocat which sleeps 12 people comfortably in six cabins with plenty of room for entertaining. There’s a cabin for everyone, so no one needs to sleep in the saloon. What is a monocat? A monocat is an innovative yacht that offers catamaran-like social spaces and the affordable … Continued

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Foods to try in Antigua

A complete guide to sailing in Antigua: Part four – The top restaurants to visit in Antigua

29th Oct 2019

For the final instalment of our complete guide to sailing Antigua, we take a look at one of the most important things on every sailors mind…food! Here, we share our top restaurants to visit in Antigua – but beware, we can’t guarantee that you won’t be craving some of the delicious dishes on offer once … Continued

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