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Estonia is perfect for Boaters

Estonia is perfect for boaters because it has 2,222 islands and an extensive marine infrastructure which makes itideal for yachts in close proximity to each other. The next marina is never more than 30 minutes away. Estonia has 50 marinas, even in the middle of a sailing season, you’ll always find a spot! Moorings are always available and deserted beaches,…

Lycian Coast Sailing Itinerary

Come sail through Turkey’s beautiful Lycian Coast. Its clear, blue waters give the coast its nickname, “The Turquoise Coast.” Tubber has created a sailing itinerary for your next holiday to the land where the East meets the West. Day 1 Arrivals in Fethiye- explore the idyllic old town with shops and a seaside restaurant. Hike up the rock tombs while you’re here, viewing…

10 Must-Read Books About Sailing

This list isn’t a “top ten” for books about sailing, it’s simply a list of great sailing books. Offering both fiction and non-fiction, these books will leave you planning your own sailing trip. If you feel that we have left off a fantastic book in our list, please share your favourites in the comments below. The Old Man and the…

The Ultimate Guide to Sailing Etiquette

Common sense can be a safe method to follow, however, there are some unwritten rules you’ll need to know before setting off to your destination. Most sailors know the rules surrounding sailing etiquette creates smooth sailing. If you’ve never gone on a sailing holiday before, have no fear because Tubber has you covered. Before Departure When packing for your vacation,…

8 Legitimate Reasons You Should NOT Get Into Boating

You’ve seen this happen time and time again – your friends, family members, and random strangers decide to purchase a boat; granting them access to the boating world and lifestyle. This doesn’t just occur with people you actually now. There are millions of people all over the world who decide to get into the practice of boating. But why? The…

Why Remote Working is Awesome?

Tell Us about Yourself and Our First Memory of being on Board of the Boat? (Where Was It? When Was It?) My name is Femke, and in a daily life, I am an entrepreneur. Recently I  bought my first boat, Orca, with my husband, Pieter. We both really enjoy being on the water and we really enjoy the freedom that…

Father’s Day Infographic: Facts & Figures

Today is Father’s Day in most countries around the world. We have collected some amazing facts and figures for you. Did you know that fathers make up one-fifth of the entire population? Check this Father’s Day infographic to find out more! Tubber has a wide range of boats available for charter, in particular, the Bavaria, Beneteau, and Jeanneau types. We offer sailing…

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…

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