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Caribbean tops summer holiday poll - 5th July 2012
With seemingly endless rain blighting our summer at home, holidays aren't far from the minds of most and a poll has revealed the Caribbean
Surge in Australia Holiday interest - 3rd July 2012
People hoping to book yacht charters in Australia might be some of the three million people worldwide who have become fans of Tourism Australia's Facebook page.
Triumph of Round the Island Race - 2nd July 2012
Yacht racing fans from the world over descended upon the Isle of Wight for the high-octane spectacle of the JP Morgan Asset Management Round The Island Race.
Magazine extols Croatia's beauty - 27th June 2012
Croatia is the feature of June's French edition of Geo magazine and with yacht charter holidays in Croatia proving to be popular, it is not hard to see why such a fuss is being made over what was once the best kept secret in the Balkans.
Rum's ready for Cowes Week sailors - 26th June 2012
It's hard not to grin from ear-to-ear at the very thought of sailing Solent waters by day and supping fine rum by night.
Istanbul among world's top cities - 14th June 2012
Summer's here and many people will be getting ready for holidays in Turkey but they may want to add a trip to Istanbul to their itinerary after the city was celebrated in an international poll.
Organisers hail Jubilee Flotilla - 7th June 2012
Those who enjoy sailing events had a banner day on Sunday when 1,000 vessels took to the Thames to honour the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Cowes prepares for Jubilee Regatta - 1st June 2012
Britain is uniting to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, and the people of Cowes have come up trumps with a prestigious yacht racing event to mark Her Majesty's 60-year reign.
Greece holiday bookings 'soaring' - 30th May 2012
More and more people are opting for holidays in Greece this summer, according to research.
Bathing waters 'clean in Greece' - 25th May 2012
Many of us will be gearing up for beach holidays at resorts in Croatia and Greece in the coming weeks and a new survey has shown how clean the bathing water is in such countries.
New home for water sports festival - 23rd May 2012
Those with a love of water sports such as wind surfing and wakeboarding will be heading to Hampshire in September for a popular festival.
Cowes Week fireworks display saved - 21st May 2012
The skies above Cowes will be streaked with all the colours of the rainbow as Cowes Week winds down after officials announced the traditional fireworks display has been saved.
Tourists flock to Turkey's beaches - 16th May 2012
Figures have shown that more and more EU tourists are heading to Turkey as the country saw its number of Blue Flag beaches soar.
Plaudits for coastal Croatian Town - 10th May 2012
Many tourists already enjoy holidays sailing in Croatia but that number could be set to rise even further after the town of Zadar was singled out in a European awards scheme.
Plymouth enjoys watersport event - 3rd May 2012
Watersports enthusiasts in the South West of England were recently given the opportunity to develop some basic skills as part of an annual festival.
Spotlight on Antigua Sailing Week - 1st May 2012
Turkey 'Great for Family Holidays' - 18th April 2012
A Turkish tourism organisation has highlighted the country's suitability for an all-round...
Turkey wants ancient relic returned - 13th April 2012
Officials in Turkey have called for the return of an ancient artefact currently residing
Greece tourism 'expected to grow' - 10th Apr 2012
Greece has received yet more backing in the 2012 tourism stakes.
Tourism Chiefs back Greece for 2012 - 30th Mar 2012
Tourism officials in Greece have backed the country to perform this summer.
European Heritage prizes for Turkey - 23rd Mar 2012
Two conservation projects in Turkey have been recognised in a major European scheme which aims to highlight "excellence in cultural heritage".
Call for return of Greek marbles - 16th Mar 2012
A committee in Australia has urged the UK to return ancient Greek sculptures to Greece.
Caribbean beaches get thumbs up - 14th Mar 2012
People have long headed to the Caribbean for sailing holidays, but a new beaches poll could see even more of us take the plunge into its crystal-clear waters.
Antigua Sailing Week in 45th Week - 9th Mar 2012
The Caribbean's longest-running regatta, where boats from the various islands meet to settle the score, is to take to water for the 45th year.
Revenue boost for Greek tourism - 6th Mar 2012
Greece's tourist attractions, including its Mediterranean and Aegean coastline, traditional tavernas and golden beaches, helped to bring in 9.45% more revenue last year, according to a tourism lobby group.
More Holidaymakers head to Turkey - 2nd Mar 2012
Turkey is well known for its stunning coastline and excellent sailing, so perhaps it's no surprise that more...
Caribbean race 'a great success' - 27th Feb 2012
Organisers of this year's RORC Caribbean 600 have hailed the event a huge success....
Antigua yachting event kicks off - 21st Feb 2012
Lovers of sailing in Antigua have flocked to the island as the RORC Caribbean 600 gets under way.
BVI Regatta countdown commences - 17th Feb 2012
With just weeks to go until the BVI Spring Regatta and Sailing Festival 41st anniversary edition, there's still time to get involved and experience the very best the Caribbean has to offer.
Admiral's Cup entries pouring in - 16th Feb 2012
This year's Royal Corinthian Yacht Club's Vice Admiral's Cup Regatta is on track to break the record for the number of vessels entered.
Survey champions Thailand sailing - 9th Feb 2012
More and more of us could be looking into sailing in Thailand in the future after a survey found the country to be the most favoured location in Asia for the sport.
Charity announced for Antigua event - 3rd Feb 2012
The official charity for the 2012 Antigua Sailing Week has been announced...
Laura Dekker completes Solo Voyage - 24th Jan 2012
A 16-year-old Dutch girl has become the youngest sailor to circumnavigate the globe in a solo trip - unofficially.