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First Aid Kit On Board

When it comes to preparing and gearing up for a sailing holiday adventure, amidst all of the excitement there needs to be a strong emphasis on little details that makes sure you are fully prepared while out at sea. Though there are several of them, one of the most important is making sure there is a proper first aid kit…

Top 3 Greek Islands for Sailing Holidays

When it comes to planning a sailing holiday through the Greek islands, the decision of which ones to pay a visit to can be quite daunting. However, although there are truly dozens of stunning islands to choose from, you simply cannot go wrong when spending some time on the following three Greek islands; all perfect for your upcoming sailing holiday……

Sailing with Kids? Tips for Parents

There is nothing better then making memories with your family and discovering the world from the water. Many families would love to live or at least spend their holidays on board, but they have so many questions to be answered. Would it be suitable for their kids? Is it safe? Where should they go? When should they start sailing with…

Top 5 Sailing Stereotypes

When it comes to any type of sport, there are likely to be stereotypes that circulate around. Sailing is, of course, no exception to this and unfortunately, these five sailing stereotypes are often inaccurate and allow people to get the wrong ideas about sailing. Whether you are a seasoned sailor or you are considering getting into it, here are five…

Coboat Combines Remote Working and Sailing

Coboat project brings collaboration, co-working, remote working and sailing together. As simple as it sounds, as powerful it turns out to be. If you combine exotic environments and inspiring situations with the collaborative mindset of our community, this can lead to pretty amazing results. Co-founder, Gerald Schömbs, has been a creative and adventurous entrepreneur all his life, as well as a…

Top 4 Solta Island Restaurants Croatia

While sailing your way through Croatia and amidst all of the exploration and excitement, there is one small but very necessary detour you are going to want to jot down and make a part of your itinerary. Sesula Bay, located nearly half a mile south of Solta’s Maslinica is typically a spot where sailing travelers dock up when they haven’t…

Sailing Trip Balearics

A popular holiday destination, the Balearics are a chain of Spanish islands mostly well known for their favorable sailing conditions. Visitors typically come for 2 to 4 weeks both in high season when there are many crowds and also during the winter when there is more available space. Being an easy to get to the destination in Europe, these islands…

Mother’s Day Infographic: Facts & figures

Today is Mother’s Day in most parts of the world. We have collected some interesting facts and figures for you. Do you think that flowers are the most wanted gift for Mother’s Day? What are matka and madre? Check this Mother’s Day infographic to find that out. Tubber has a wide range of boats available for charter. In particular, the Bavaria, Beneteau,…

Cell Phone Tips for Sailors

One of the most common questions for future sailors heading out on their first sailing adventure is whether or not they will be able to use their cell phone while on board. Whether you have to make calls for work purposes or simply want to stay connected via social media during your trip, we all like to stay connected somehow…

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