A year after the first copy of TIDE hit the shelves, we delve deeper into the uncharted waters of the Arctic Circle, explore hidden coves in Montenegro and Croatia, and sample local dishes in French Polynesia. This issue is all about fresh approaches, as we return to Schooners and Ketches from a new angle, interview 11th Hour founder Wendy Schmidt, and hop aboard an ocean rescue helicopter with CalvinAir.
This issue, we sail around some hidden Caribbean gems, put our feet up at Dominica’s eco-obsessed Secret Bay Hotel, and chart a course around Costa Rica’s Pacific coastline. Before heading off in search of warmer climes, we also took a deep dive into the extraordinary history of the Schooner, and spoke with leading ocean environmentalist Charles Clover, as well as much more.
We delve into what the changing tide of the Superyacht lifestyle means – from eco interiors to semi-custom ‘Pocket Superyachts,’ ultra-luxe adventure charters to night diving for rock lobster off Antigua. In travel, we explore Saint Tropez’ lesser-known environs, Caribbean coral reefs gardens, and an epic voyage from Panama to the Pacific.
We explore Baltic’s Canova and travel from the Seychelles to Socorro. We tour the Azores, forage in the sea, talk work-life balance with Superyacht Chefs Nathan Clements & Pip Crowley, hear from Olympic sailing gold medallists Tuke and Burling about their mission to save the oceans, and discuss the merits of the Supersloop. Plus, more…
TIDE Magazine offers an authentic and sophisticated perspective, to explore the shifts and changes at the very core of the sailing world and the ocean adventure: the vessels, the people, the experiences, the destinations— the many facets that entice so many individuals around the world to pursue this alluring form of exploration.
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