The call of the sea has always held a special allure, promising adventure, serenity, and the opportunity to explore nature's watery wonders. Whether you're setting sail on a yacht to a remote island, cruising along a picturesque coastline, or embarking on a deep-sea fishing excursion, planning a sea trip requires careful consideration and preparation.
It is said that we know more about space than we do about the oceans on our own planet. Nevertheless, it has never stopped people from theorizing what lies beneath. So, let's take a look at some of the most mysterious places in the oceans around the world.
Maintaining a yacht can be a lot of work, but it's worth it to keep your vessel in top-notch condition. If you're not sure where to start, don't worry - we've got you covered.
For the first time in the Algarve, groups of people with physical disabilities or with reduced mobility will be able to stroll along the Ria Formosa and enjoy spectacular scenarios, up to now only available to those with the capacity to board regular boats.
Sunday October 2nd 1988, a day that will be forever branded into my memory. It all really started the day before. I'd just come in from a short fishing trip on a 20 metre wooden trawler of which I was the captain. We'd done extremely well so all of us were keen to go again as soon as possible and we'd agreed to muster at midnight the same day.
Owning a boat is a blast. There’s nothing quite like going for a ride out in the ocean, lake, or a river. That being said, boats are part machines that require regular maintenance. Here are a few top useful tips on how to keep your boat in great shape for years to come!
On Boxing Day we found a stationary "Black Box" in open water some 2 miles off the coast at Zavial. Its presence dominated the nautical setting bringing an amazing contrast to the blue panorama that normally covers the glorious 180 degree seawards view from the cliffs. Zavial to Lagos in the East and Westwards to the penisular at Sagres.
After Mars, it is probably the most enigmatic place that Humanity has never set foot on: the deep sea. Symbolically named Challenger 150, in reference to the deepest point on the planet (Challenger Deep), a new program with scientists from all over the world aims to bring to the surface the knowledge that is still hidden in the depths of the oceans.
- Portuguese Woman Returns to Vilamoura After 22,000 nm at Sea
- Portuguese Business Owner Marooned At Sea
- The Plight Of A 104 Year Old Vessel Refused Clearance Into Portimão
- Heroic tale of Faro fishermen - long-term Algarve resident pushes for Faro statue
- Portugal Sail & Power - RYA Training In The Algarve
- Azores initiative targets ocean waste
- 'Hermione' exhibition and village area opens in Portimão 8-10 May
- Algarve tourist boats - more deaths predicted