|Booker Gliding: Lleweni Parc expedition week 2|
|Sun, 24 Mar 2019 21:20:00 +0000|
The new arrivals seem to be having a lot of fun, Richard says: 'Amazing day here with the ridges working behind and beyond the North Wales GC and also bizarrely underneath the Liverpool CTA'. Here are some of the day's pics:
|Booker Gliding: Lleweni Parc expedition week 1 round up|
|Sun, 24 Mar 2019 21:08:00 +0000|
|After the late wave on Wednesday, Thursday was less exciting as the wind didn't do its stuff. However, there is always something to try, and several people flew. Maddi converted to the ASW19 - 'before' and 'after' pics below:|
|Booker Gliding: Waving in Wales|
|Wed, 20 Mar 2019 20:23:00 +0000|
|Yesterday we rigged the single seaters and tried the ridge, which didn't work too well as it was affected by local wave. Later in the day the wave became more workable and KSM had a good flight.|
|Booker Gliding: Booker's Spring Expedition|
|Mon, 18 Mar 2019 18:27:00 +0000|
|The journey up here was a bit taxing because of the wind - in fact Simon had a bit of difficulty getting out of the trailer park.|
After a long day the team met for dinner at the Llindir Inn in Henllan which gave us strength for another day.
Today the wind was too light for the ridge to work and showers spoilt the fun a bit but there were more check flights and a bit of fettling so we are ready for tomorrow.
|Booker Gliding: Weather Observations from N Wales|
|Sat, 16 Mar 2019 09:52:00 +0000|
|Uneventful journey up punctuated by two fabulous stops:|
2) The Corn Mill at Llangollen. Old water mill on the Dee which was in full flood. Now a pub with grub and a fabulous pot of tea. https://www.brunningandprice.co.uk/cornmill/
Now to the weather: Last night it blew a right hooley with dog sized drops of rain. Still a bit blowy but clearing up as I speak. No flying today so off to the seaside!
|Water Sports Braylake: Friend of Bray Lake (FOB)|
|Thu, 14 Mar 2019 05:28:45 +0000|
The biggest change for us last year, and no doubt you too, was the integration of a new booking system. Introduced to help us better manage our customer and membership data base and fulfil our GDPR responsibilities.
From the start of 2018 everyone using the Lake has had to register as a ‘Friend of Bray Lake’. This ensures that everyone has signed the terms and conditions and that we have emergency contact details and any medical info that we might need. Thank you for bearing with us whilst we sorted a few teething issues which have now been sorted.
Our Friend of Bray Lake registrations…
|Water Sports Braylake: Sail Away the Blues|
|Thu, 14 Mar 2019 05:28:45 +0000|
January has started off the sailing year in great form bringing us some much longed for wind. Our new skill focused sessions have been popular with a regular group attending each week taking advantage of some free coaching. It is great to see our windsurfers improving week by week and they will soon be challenging Frostie and Andy for top windsurfer. Here are the sessions we have coming up in February,
|Water Sports Braylake: Learn to Windsurf for FREE|
|Thu, 14 Mar 2019 05:28:45 +0000|
With our roots in sailsports, particularly windsurfing, we are offering a special chance to get more people into this great sport during our anniversary year. If you, a partner, or friend have ever wanted to try windsurfing this is a great opportunity to give it a go. Once a month (March – October) we will be running our RYA Start Windsurfing session 1 course free of charge. This session will provide an introduction to the sport and teach the basic skills. Call us now on 01628 638860 to book your space and avoid disappointment.
There are two options available which are detailed below:
|Super Yachts Charters: Charter Focus: Room to Breathe Onboard India|
|Wed, 13 Mar 2019 13:00:00 +0000|
Charter Focus: Room to Breathe Onboard India
Flying Charter presents M/Y India, a classic 35m that will be taking lucky guests on unforgettable charters from mid-May. This luxury 1982-built yacht displays all of the hallmarks of quality that come with a Benetti build, striking the perfect balance between plush interior and airy open deck spaces.
For her manageable 35.4m, India is a yacht that provides room to breathe. The aft deck dining area is shaded by awnings for leisurely lunches and starlit dinners, whilst her chic walk-around deck gives a true feeling of space. Meanwhile, a custom water sports platform offers direct access to the sea from the aft deck.
Stepping onboard India, guests are greeted by a stately interior. The main deck yields a comfortable saloon with a dining area and a beautiful full beam owner's suite. Below resides a stylish VIP en-suite as large as the owner’s stateroom, along with two convenient twin cabins. 10 guests are able to enjoy the luxurious facilities, and all are served by flat-screen televisions and satellite TV.
M/Y India is also fully equipped with all the latest yachting technology, including Vosper underway stabilisers which make her eminently stable and seaworthy. She is expertly maintained by a crew of 7, overseen by professional yachtsman of nearly 20 years Captain Bruno Todisco.
This stunning Benetti is located in the Amalfi area, although her owner is very flexible on deliveries. India represents a once in a lifetime luxury yacht charter, interested parties should contact Flying Charter.
|Super Yachts Charters: Charter Focus: The Glam Capital of Dubai|
|Tue, 05 Mar 2019 10:00:00 +0000|
Charter Focus: The Glam Capital of Dubai
For the last ten years the Persian Gulf States have been pouring their oil riches into tourism, and are fast replacing the Western Mediterranean as the glam capital of the world. As the tourist industry mushrooms, Middle Eastern yachting has followed suit, now representing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for chartering...
Characterised by a striking high-rise skyline, bustling commercial infrastructure and a host of millionaire and celebrity residents, Dubai is the fastest-growing Emirate in the region.
The country is designed for cruising. The archipelago city is easily navigable by yacht, and 49 miles of natural coastline, as well as three offshore island groups (‘The World’, ‘Jebel Ali Palm’ and ‘Palm Jumeirah’), means a sumptuous beach frontage of 930 miles. The water is also home to the fishing, pearling and general trades that have long sustained the people of the Gulf States.
Aside from being an exceedingly yacht-friendly area, Dubai yields a wealth of dry-land amenities. Once you have docked your charter yacht, resorts such as Atlantis the Palm, Five Palm Jumeirah Dubai and the Waldorf Astoria guarantee a world-class stay. After settling in, the exploration of this dynamic playground can begin. Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, is a must see, whilst the Dubai Mall is home to an indoor theme park, an ice rink, a huge indoor waterfall and the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo.
The Dubai Fountains are a choreographed dancing water show with jet streams stretching 150m into the air, whilst Adventure Waterpark makes for an adrenaline filled and action packed day out. Finally, for a break from the high-octane glitz and glamour of the city, visitors can experience the real heart of Dubai by stepping into the old town’s winding waterways and souks at Dubai Creek.
Chartering a yacht to Dubai will doubtlessly entail some serious relaxation, and meandering through the urban beach district is one of the most leisurely ways to pass a day. The Beach opposite JBR has shopping, dining and an open-air cinema, as well as DJs pumping out tunes on weekends. Kite Beach, meanwhile, satiates those with a thirst for adventure with facilities for a multitude of watersports.
Dubai is a marina biosphere, an aquatic gated community, a theme park the size of a small country... We at Superyachts.com can think of few more fascinating places to charter a yacht.
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