On October 26, the blog Afar posted this list of 10 Caribbean beaches that even the locals love.
Felicita West: Pedigree Meets Performance
On October 26, YachtWorldCharters.com posted this article about the Perini Navi sailing yacht Feicita West. (She's one of our all-time favorites on CharterWave. Here's our own review.)
Anegada: The Hidden British Virgin Island
On October 25, Boats.com posted this new column by CharterWave's editor about Anegada, the most remote of the British Virgin Islands.
Lawmakers Aim to Stem Cruise Ship Pollution
On October 25, The Washington Post uploaded this article about the U.S. Congress attempting to create no-dumping zones within 12 miles of U.S. shores, to stop the average, single cruise ship from dumping as much as 200,000 gallons of sewage in a single week. (Now there's something you never hear about charter yachts...)
On October 22, MegayachtNews.org posted this article with photos about the new Feadship motoryacht Trident, which is available for charter.
New Video About m/y Secret Love
On October 19, we learned via the Carol Kent Yacht Charters feed on Twitter that the agency had just posted this new video, about the motoryacht Secret Love, to YouTube:
Great Video of Brand-New Charter Yacht
On October 16, we found this video on the website of boatbuilder Performance Yachts. It features the brand-new sailing yacht Liara, which is currently preparing for its first season of charter in the Caribbean.
Charter for South Africa World Soccer Cup
On October 15, BoatBookings.com posted this item about charter yachts being available for next summer's big soccer event in South Africa.
Grenada Talks Focus on Luring Yachts
On October 13, BarnacleGrenada.com posted this article about talks between the island nation and Camper & Nicholsons Marinas regarding what can be done to make Grenada a leading destination for yachts.
Horizon Wins Best Caribbean Charter Company
On October 12, BVINews.com posted this article about Horizon Yacht Charters being voted Best Caribbean Yacht Charter Company for 2009 at the 15th annual Caribbean World International Travel Awards.
5 Must-Visit Charter Destinations
On October 12, Luxuo.com posted this article by yacht management company YPI Group about five must-see destinations for anyone traveling by private yacht.
Croatia May Amend Charter Laws
On October 8, Synfo.com posted this item saying that the Croatian government may change its laws by 2010 to allow internationally flagged charter yachts to both pick up and drop off clients within Croatia's borders.
Blogger to Cover St. Thomas Charter Show
On October 8, blogger Jim Walberg posted this item announcing his intention of blogging with news updates from the upcoming charter yacht show on St. Thomas.
CNI Joins Project 4MyPlanet
On October 7, Camper & Nicholsons International posted this item explaining the company's new involvement with Project 4MyPlanet. CNI hopes to work with yacht owners who can provide scientific data necessary for sustaining the world's oceans.
Newly Refit Motoryacht in Grenada
On October 5, Select Yachts posted this brief to its blog about the 70-foot Hatteras motoryacht Whatever, fresh from a refit, becoming available for charter in Grenada at an introductory rate.
Special Christmas Rate for Sudami
On September 30, International Yacht Charter Group posted this item about a newly announced Christmas charter discount for the 112-foot motoryacht Sudami. The discounted rate offer will expire November 1.
Finding the Best Yacht Charter
On September 28, Northrop & Johnson Worldwide Yacht Charters posted a link to this article from Twitter. The article offers good tips about the process of booking a yacht charter vacation.
World's Best Beaches for Charter
On September 24, Ed Hamilton & Co. posted this item about Islands magazine having named the world's best beaches--many of which are in locations where charter yachts are available.
10 Yachts to Charter Before You Die
On September 23, Paradizo.com posted this article by guest blogger (and charter yacht management company) YPI Group listing 10 yachts worth cruising aboard before you die. We're happy to see that it's an honest list; few, if any, yachts in the article are currently part of the YPI Group fleet.
Free for a Charter Next Week?
On September 22, The New York Times posted this article about the upcoming Les Voiles de Saint-Tropez, which is expected to draw some 300 modern and classic yachts in Europe starting Sunday. There are still a few yachts in the area with charter availability for the event, reputable brokers tell us...
Insider's Look at Sardinia
On September 22, BoatBookings.com posted this interview with its local charter representative on Sardinia, where the agent has lived for five years.
A Rarity: Onboard Teppanyaki Grill
On September 21, Northrop & Johnson Worldwide Yacht Charters posted this article with photos about broker Missy Johnston's recent experience dining in Fiji aboard the 112-foot motoryacht VvS1, one of the world's few charter yachts with an onboard teppanyaki grill.
Les Voiles de Saint Barth
On September 17, Ed Hamilton & Co. posted this information about an April 2010 regatta called Les Voiles de Saint Barth. His team is currently booking charters for the Caribbean event.