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Magnum Nautica, the first luxury yacht charter Croatia company has announced that it has added a new luxury charter yacht to its existing fleet of 10 other luxury and charter yachts. This foremost Croatia yacht charter company has added Sunseeker Manhattan 60 to its fleet, making it an ideal choice as a luxury charter yacht for family vacations in the Adriatic waters. Announcing the addition of this mid-sized luxury yacht to the fleet of Magnum Nautica, its spokesperson, Dragica Gadzo, said, “The Sunseeker Manhattan 60, named Rej, is a luxury charter yacht in these areas which comes with three fully furnished luxury cabins.” Adding further, she said, “The yacht can carry a guest load of six people who will be accommodated in three double cabins. The master stateroom offers wardrobes and a generous en suite with a large shower.” The other two equally luxurious cabin... (more) Runs "Zero Carbon Footprint" Charter Promo

Boatbookings Magazine, a world leader in yacht charter holidays and business events, recently completed a successful, a first-of-its-kind promotion where it purchased carbon credits for each of its charters booked from 15 December to 31 December. The goal was for all of these boats to charter with a zero carbon footprint. Through this program, the company offset 25 tons of CO2, and, just as importantly, charterers could enjoy themselves on their yachts knowing that they were not contributing to global warming. Through the program, the CO2 emissions of each charter were estimated and credits were purchased through's partner, JP Morgan Climate Care. These credits pay for UN approved projects that reduce carbon emissions worldwide such as installing wind farms, reforesting the rain forests, and reducing outdoor waste burning. Boatbooki... (more)

Do's and Don't for Chartering a Yacht with Children

Yacht Charters can often be amazing holidays, but many people are nervous about chartering with children.  They worry that, aside from the obvious safety reasons, the kids will also be out of control because of insufficient space on board for the kids to play. But from experiencing many people who have chartered yachts with kids, this is almost never the case if properly planned.  In fact children normally love the experience of being on a yacht, respect the rules, and are so fascinated by the experience that they are much better behaved than they would be if cooped up in a hotel room! The boat choice is critical. We normally recommend catamarans, because they offer so much space, both inside and outside. Catamarans also don't rock back and forth, making it a much more pleasurable cruise for the entire family, and there are no dangerous stairs to get from the cockpit... (more)

Tom Virden Launches "Boatbookings Magazine" on Ulitzer

Tom Virden launched today the "Boatbookings Magazine" on Ulitzer. Tom Virden is the founder and Managing Director of one of the world's largest online yacht charter agencies. Tom is a seasoned executive in leisure, travel and technology business, and has sailed extensively in the BVI, Thailand, Turkey and the Mediterranean. As the original International Director at, he brings a wealth of knowledge of e-commerce best practices to Tom also worked at Apple Computer and Netscape which has provided a broad understanding of how technology can change business paradigms. Tom is a graduate of Stanford University and has written for the Harvard Business Review. About Initiating content coverage on any topic or launching a magazine at  is designed to be as easy as boiling an egg and doesn't take much long... (more) Expert Commentary - Mauritius and the Indian Ocean

Our charter consultants know so much about the area, we decided to do an ongoing series of expert advice about key things to know, what to do, and trends in the regions. We start with an interview with Peter Piper, the original Charter Consultant at, who has relocated to Mauritius (someone has to do [...] ... (more)