The Antigua Charter Yacht Show will be Celebrating 60 years since its inception formally known as the Nicholson Yacht Show. Organisers are honoured to have been providing this Yacht Show to our Industry Professionals for all of these years and look forward to spectacular celebration. The entire team is looking forward to the 60th Anniversary of the Antigua Charter Yacht Show & the Winter Yachting Season. Read more
Antigua Charter Yacht Show will return to the pristine docks of Falmouth Harbour this December for its 60th year. With the addition of a new board member Captain Andrew Burridge and the promise of a show ‘with a difference’ on the horizon, we can all look forward to an eventful show season ahead. After the cancellation of the 59th annual Antigua Charter Yacht Show last year due to the global pandemic charter’s biggest superyacht show is back! Read more
Treat the kids to an urban escape with The Set Family Adventure. From the moment you check in, your little ones become the VIP’s. Explore all that London has to offer with most of the city’s museums, theatres, attractions and parks within walking distance. Once back at the hotel, your little ones can be booked into our ‘Urban Resort Activities’, enjoy children’s amenities, unlimited in-room movies with popcorn, games consoles, swimming pool access, complimentary meals for children under the age of five or a 50% discount for children up to 12 years of age. Read more
For a really restorative taste of Greek life, though, it’s worth swapping the limelight locations for places where mass tourism hasn’t obscured the essence of Greek culture: hospitality and a soulful way of life. These 10 stunning island and mainland destinations offer a more nourishing side of Greece. These are the sort of locations that made people fall in love with Greece in the first place, where the Arcadian idea of the good life, pondered by the ancients, is still alive and well. Read more
Escape 2020 and visit Antigua and Barbuda, where we’ve got the sun, the sea and plenty of much needed space. Antigua’s shoreline is washed almost exclusively by the Caribbean Sea, and is hugged by 95 miles of superb coastline. Her sister Barbuda, is surrounded by protective reefs, and features a large lagoon and Frigate Bird sanctuary. The islands are best-known for their friendly and welcoming people, pink and white-sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and the most satisfying and enjoyable climate in the world.
Passengers entering the UK from dozens of countries no longer have to quarantine! More than 50 countries – including many popular holiday spots – now pose ”a reduced risk” from coronavirus, the government says. The list focuses on countries in Europe, island nations around the world including the Caribbean, and countries further east – including Vietnam, Japan, South Korea, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
Exempt form Quarantine are arrivals if they arrive in England, Wales and Northern Ireland from:
In the midst of all the awfulness of the coronavirus pandemic there are a few flickers of hope and good news, and for these we’re not only grateful in the moment, but we’ll remember them long after we emerge at the other side of this crisis. And one has to be Maybourne Hotel Group, owners of Claridge’s, The Connaught and The Berkeley, who have just offered up their rooms to NHS staff.
Starting this week at Claridge’s, the five star world famous hotel will welcome 40 NHS workers in an act of generosity to the staff at the very front line of the battle against coronavirus. The superstar guests will receive dinner and breakfast, while the hotel will provide over 500 packed lunches for NHS workers and community support teams throughout the capital. Read more
Long famous as the “key to the Mediterranean,” Gibraltar has been a British Overseas Territory since 1713 after being seized during the War of Spanish Succession. Situated near the southern tip of the Iberian peninsula and overlooking one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes, the “Rock of Gibraltar,” as it’s still often known, rises out of the sea on the east side of Algeciras Bay and is linked with mainland Spain by a narrow isthmus. The Apes of Gibraltar – Gibraltar is famous for its Barbary macaques, a species native to Morocco and the only monkeys living wild anywhere in Europe.
Skiing enthusiasts from all over the world congregate in Zermatt. Guests come to experience perfect skiing with miles of pistes, fantastic slopes, sun and snow. Zermatt lies at the foot of the Matterhorn. The town’s touristic development is closely linked to what is most probably the world’s most famous mountain. The vacation destination is a car-free zone, has preserved its original character and offers nearly unlimited possibilities as far as excursions are concerned. The location of Zermatt at the foot of the Matterhorn and in the middle of an enormous hiking and ski region makes it one of the world’s most attractive vacation villages. The ski region encompasses 54 mountain railways and lifts as well as 360 kilometers of pistes. Read more