Visit Shark Week at Nausicaa

Monday, October 22nd, 2018


Shark Week at Nausicaa Shark Week is taking place over half term and it may just be the excuse you are waiting for to head off to Nausicaa in Boulogne sur Mer a stones throw away from Calais Running until Sunday 4 November 2018 Nausicaa the aquarium is offering the opportunity to raise awareness with […]

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Halifax a Superyacht Haven

Sunday, October 21st, 2018


  Halifax a Superyacht Haven The Canadian province of Nova Scotia has a coastline some 13,300 kilometres long and as we found out while driving to Cape Breton from Halifax most of it is pristine and easily accessible to Superyachts.  The character of the landscape changes dramatically from end to end. Each area seems to […]

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Flying WestJet Transatlantic to Halifax

Monday, October 15th, 2018


WestJet Air Canada maybe the country’s flag carrier but when it comes to finding fares and services to Canada from the UK it pays to look into alternatives When it was founded on leap year day in 1996 WestJet began as a low-cost alternative to the country’s established airlines. It was called Westjet by Co-founder […]

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Plymouth To Launch Compass Travel Card

Thursday, September 27th, 2018

compass travel card

Plymouth To Launch Compass Travel Card The launch of the Compass Travel Card is set to make Plymouth a rival of Sydney Harbour in Australia, local ferry and harbour cruise operators are to join up city and sea travel in Plymouth and Cornwall Set to launch in April 2019, the Compass card will be the […]

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Noss Mayo

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018


Noss Mayo The village of Noss Mayo is about 10 miles east of the city of Plymouth, south-west of the village of Yealmpton and Superyachts can easily arrive there by sea using the tender. Noss Mayo lies on the south side of the Yealm estuary with Newton Ferrers to the north. The estuary is quite […]

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Origin of Term Up Shit Creek

Tuesday, September 25th, 2018


The origin of a phrase Up Shit Creek, one that I use on occasions, was made clear to me during a recent visit to Plymouth. I had never thought there was such a place as Shit Creek but records show that in Plymouth the creek now known as Stonehouse Creek was, during the 18thcentury, known […]

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Pentillie Castle Hire The Whole House

Monday, September 24th, 2018

Pentille Castle

Pentillie Castle and Estate is a family-run castle, wedding venue and 5 star hotel in Cornwall set in a 2,000 acre estate set on the bank of the River Tamar. The Coryton family have owned Pentillie Castle since the early 1800’s and the present generation are a small but passionate team who take enormous pride […]

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Sit Up and Take Notice

Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

take notice

Sit Up and Take Notice Sit up and take notice; Plymouth in the south west of the United Kingdom is a superyacht port with a lot to offer. Sheltered by the Plymouth sound into which the Rivers Plym and Tamar flow, the port of Plymouth has an abundance of deep water anchorages and marina docks […]

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Plymouth Where to Stay

Friday, September 21st, 2018


Ahead of the 400th anniversary of the Pilgrims leaving the city for America. The city of Plymouth at the mouth of the Rivers Plym and Tamar, is all set to play host to an increasing number of Superyachts eager to sample the best of British hospitality The port and its rivers form the county boundary […]

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Top 20 Things to do and see in Plymouth

Tuesday, September 18th, 2018

To do and see

Top 20 Things to do and see in Plymouth There are so many things to do and see in and around Plymouth that compiling a list of just 20 while be sure to upset some one because we have missed them out.  We were recently hosted on a press trip in which we were shown […]

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