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Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting Photo Album 2004 Ft. Lauderdale Boat Show Photo Album 2004 Newport, RI Charter Show Photo Album 2004 Genoa, Italy Charter Yacht Show Photo Album 2004 M/Y Anson Bell at Chelsea Piers Photo Album 2004 Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting Photo Album 2003 All photos copyright YV&C and published in date/time order (December 7, 2004, AM) - The entrance to the SCYE2004 Hospitality Pavilion and the main docks of the exhibition. The first annual St. Maarten Charter Yacht Exhibition - SCYE2004 - opened this morning with an impressive organization and beautiful presentation. Mostly superyachts lined the docks of several marinas accessible by water taxis. Brokers enjoyed viewing a variety of popular charter yachts, including some that are not often at shows. One of our favorites so far: LADY MADELYN, a 122ft classic Italian yacht with a fabulous crew. Wat... (more)

2005 Genoa International Yacht Charter Meeting Photo Album

(May 2, 2005, AM) - International Yacht Vacations & Charters Magazine at the IYCM in Genoa, Italy. (May 2, 2005, AM) - Robyn Forma, Advertising Director of YV&C, David Legrand, Charter Marketing Manager of Fraser Yachts Worldwide, Captain Battaglia of M/Y Lady Lola, and Carmen Gonzalez, Senior VP of Sales & Marketing of YV&C during a YachtChartersMagazine.TV interview (in French) aboard M/Y Lady Lola. Watch the interview. (May 2, 2005, AM) - Kyri Kyriacou, Director, Anna- Maria Hernandez, Director, and Andreas Liveras, Chairman, of Liveras Yachts and p/v Annaliesse. Watch the YachtChartersMagazine.TV interview on board p/v Annaliesse. (May 2, 2005, AM) - David Legrand (l) of Fraser Yachts Worldwide with an aquaintance (we presume!). (May 2, 2005, AM) - Grisha Davida of the SuperYacht Conference and YV&C with Jay Rainey of The Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting (... (more)

St.Vincent and the Grenadines

Mention a Caribbean cruise and most people assume you’re talking about St. Martin / St. Barths or perhaps the Virgin Islands. People usually do not think of the Southern Caribbean which includes St. Vincent and the Grenadines. However, that is starting to change. “The Caribbean is the most beautiful place in the world” said one of the guests cruising aboard the M/Y WilPower (Click for password) , “and the islands of the Grenadines are so spectacular that there is no way to describe this with photos or words – you literally have to see it to believe it!” Couple this beauty with the economics of $2.60 EC to $1.00 US and fuel that in some places costs less than $1 per gallon and you have the makings of a great yachting destination. Add to that a great motor yacht like WilPower and you have an incredible charter experience waiting for you.      Wil Power's new owners, An... (more)

Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting 2005 Photo Album

YV&C International Yacht Vacations & Charters Magazine reports: Antigua Charter Yacht Meeting 2005 Photo Album is updated daily during the show. YV&C - International Yacht Vacations & Charters Magazine'sCarmen Gonzalez (left) and Robyn Forma (right) with YachtChartersMagazine.TV's Andrea Boden attending the show (below). ... (more)

Cruising the Camargue on a Yacht Charter Vacation

Cruising the canals of the Camargue in the South of France is to sample a vacation experience like no other, as you  enjoy the local food and wine together with the flexibility, freedom and fun that only a self- catering yacht vacation can offer. The Camargue is one of the most remarkable regions in Southern France, combining untamed countryside with traditional villages, walled crusader towns, modern resorts, delightful fishing ports and the medieval walled city of Agde, often called the ‘black pearl of the Mediterranean.’ At Sete stands the entrance to the spectacular Great Sea Lake of Etang du Thau; the many fishing ports here make it impossible not to stop and sample some seafood delicacies. The Canal du Rhone a Sete provides effortless cruising between Beaucaire and Sete, then into the Great Lake.  Chartering a yacht here is an unhurried affair, wh... (more)

Cruising with Gondolas

There are many ways to arrive in Venice but perhaps the very finest way is to do so in your own yacht.  Fortunately in recent years several companies have set up shop offering self-drive motor yachts, which enable sailors to undertake such an adventure.  We chose to use Connoisseur a British based company using British built boats that come with easy to read instructions all in English.  The company has bases throughout Europe and in each employ young English speaking staff full of enthusiasm for yachting vacations. I will never understand why the Venetians built their city on islands inside a swamp in the first place but within minutes of our arriving there, I was awfully glad they had.  The city was, according to legend, founded in 422 by Roman refugees fleeing from the Goths who invaded and ravaged northern-eastern Italy and was probably built as a result of the in... (more)

Johnnie Kazija Launches "Yacht Charter Croatia Magazine" on Ulitzer

Johnnie Kazija launched today "Yacht Charter Croatia Magazine" on Ulitzer. Johnnie is the internet PR & marketing Manager at Croatia-Yachtcharters a company which writes about sailing various ports in Croatia and using different yacht charters in Croatia. The company is in development of a new non commercial webpage which will be providing all necessery information for yacht charter Croatia services, and all aspects of renting and managing private charter yachts, which will include port fees, maps and everything related. About Ulitzer.com Initiating content coverage on any topic or launching a magazine at Ulitzer.com  is designed to be as easy as boiling an egg and doesn't take much longer. To become a Ulitzer author, anyone can fill out a simple author profile and submit for editorial review and approval. Once you've been handed the keys, you will be able to associ... (more)

The Emerald Isle in the Caribbean Sea

Traveling to different countries is truly wonderful. You have the chance to discover unusual and exciting attractions in a certain destination. Become amaze how nature can touch the heart of each individual. Just give yourself a break from the hassle of work to be with nature. In the Caribbean, many excellent places can be discovered. One of this is Montserrat a dependency of the United Kingdom known as the “Emerald Isle” in the Caribbean Sea because of its Irish heritage and green hills. Become one of the many tourists to explore the exciting and wonderful places found at the island. You can experience an ocean adventure as you travel to Montserrat Island. Traveling to Montserrat is a special experience. It is where you can find many places of interests. Among the things you can do include One Two-Tank Boat Dive, where you can have a morning dive to one of Montserra... (more)

Elegant Classic Yacht Charter in Croatia

As a private yacht charter broker I travel throughout the world looking for the most amazing yachts and locations for holidays.  This series of articles are written to share with you a glimpse into what it's like to travel aboard these luxury yachts throughout the world.  Private yachting is an incredible way to travel and explore exciting destinations and it's probably not as expensive as you imagine.  I will do my best to share these experiences with you in my articles.  Please send me an Email with any questions about private yacht charters and I will try to answer them personally or in subsequent articles. I have just returned from a week in Croatia and have chosen that destination as an introduction to this exciting sserieson Luxurious Private Yacht Charter Travel. If you can imagine a yacht reminiscent of the Great Gatsby era and a coastline of azure blue wa... (more)

Gates: Whidbey, Yukon, and Longhorn Geared Toward ROI* Live from the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference *

(October 28, 2003) -Bill Gates kicked off the first official day of sessions at Microsoft's Professional Developers Conference 2003 by telling the audience that his talk would be geared toward helping them to "catch the next wave" of software development. He said that we are no longer in an economy in which companies are willing to undertake major software development projects without a clear idea of their anticipated return on investment. Therefore, he said, all three of Microsoft's upcoming "waves" of technology - Whidbey, Yukon, and Longhorn - will be geared toward helping organizations to make more money by being ever-more productive. One of Microsoft's key focuses in progressing through their upcoming software releases will be their Trustworthy Computing initiative. Concrete examples of this initiative in action include Microsoft's recent decision to ship their ... (more)

Combine Precise Search Results with Sophisticated Navigation

The key issue of the information society is getting the right information in the right context to the right person at the right time.This statement is true if you're an executive going over the last balance, an analyst gathering the current parameters of the stock market, an officer collecting the facts for a report, a student looking for the latest research results, or simply a traveler interested in some flight information. The statement is also true if you're searching the Web, intranet, Document Management system, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system, or Product Data Management (PDM) system. We have to search for information not because it's absent, but because we're drowning in too much of it, and the amounts are continuously growing. The information available doubles every two to three years with decreasing intervals. We're used to queries with thousands ... (more)