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One Yacht. One Destination. One Song.

QM OF LONDON. Turkey. Icarus – Don’t Cry Wolf QM OF LONDON has just completed an extensive refit, and what better way to celebrate it with a song that has just as much progression? Icarus’ sonic experiment has an infectious hook that will … Read More

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UNIQUE. PRIVATE. EXHILARATING. Back on the charter market following an extensive refit, QM OF LONDON is looking better than ever. Her unique 7-cabin layout is rarely seen on charter yachts. A full-beam Owner’s suite, 2 VIP cabins and 4 guest … Read More


Destination Education – Greece and the Greek Islands

Y.CO has partnered with specialist private tutor Louisa Gamon to create Destination Education. Louisa is a lively and fun Cambridge graduate (MA Classics) who spends time onboard during a charter to teach your group everything about your cruising destination, from … Read More


Top 10 Foodie Destinations – Week 5, Antipaxos

Oenophilic guests and foodie cruisers are welcome at Y.CO. Using real recommendations from restaurant critics, yacht captains and local fisherman, we share our Top 10 Foodie hotspots for summer 2014. Week 5: Antipaxos, Greece (Best for sunset dining) Antipaxos has just 64 … Read More


Postcard from… Lefkada

Lefkada, 19 October 2013 It was the wedding that shocked the world. Exactly 45 years ago, the widowed First Lady, Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, married colourful Greek shipping tycoon, Aristotle Socrates Onassis, on the private island of Skorpios. Onassis sealed the … Read More


Film Set Class: Guns of Navarone, Symi (1962)

Some yachting destinations are so sublime they deserve an Oscar. In our latest blog series we recommend 10 classic movies that highlight 10 awesome yachting destinations. This week: The Guns of Navarone (1962), filmed in Symi, Greece Gregory Peck called The Guns of … Read More


Postcard from… Ithaca

Ithaca, 5 October 2013 You’ve got to hand it to Odysseus. The mythical explorer took ten years to cruise home from Troy in Turkey to Ithaca in Greece. That sounds like a fabulous Mediterranean sailing sojourn to me. Alas, it … Read More


Postcard from… Corinth

Corinth, 20 July 2013 The Corinth Canal opened for business 120 years ago this week. The first ship motored through from Patras to the Aegean on July 25th 1893, thereby saving 400 miles of ocean passage in the process. But … Read More