Jamaica has a rich maritime history in all senses of the word.
“Few places have impressed and attracted me as much in the course of my travels.
This picturesque fishing port with charming 17th century houses, beaches and a Mediterranean atmosphere, has a long naval tradition and a history of shipbuilding and refitting.
Les Saintes… are one of the Caribbean’s hidden treasures.
In 1983 the Balearic Islands became one of Spain's autonomous regions, with Palma de Mallorca its capital.
Strategically located in the Mediterranean, some 93 km south of Sicily, right on the main shipping route between Gibraltar and the Suez Canal, Malta and her neighbouring islands have throughout history played an important maritime role.
Step back in time on this attractive verdant island, where oxen powered carts still carry the cane crop to the island’s sugar factory.
Marseille is a wonderfully diverse and cosmopolitan place. As well as being France’s oldest city, it boasts a population of some 2.3 million, second only to Paris.
Martha’s Vineyard is a very popular destination for Superyachts visiting New England as it offers a variety of different anchorages and shoreside activities for owners and guests.
As an overseas region of France, Martinique reflects a distinctive blend of French and West Indian cultures, and offers a striking diversity of beautiful landscapes and great atmospheres. Fort-de-France features narrow streets & La Savane, a garden bordered by shops & cafes; enjoy delicious foods, good shopping, stunning beaches, and excellent marine facilities!