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Category: Auto, Yachts & Aircrafts

5 Unique Ways to Explore London

With over 2,000 years of history, there’s always something unique to explore in London. Whether you’ve been to London before or it’s your first time, be prepared to be astounded by the immense number of things you can do and visit in one of the oldest cities in the world. Americans have always loved to visit London, with Tourism Vision projecting around 3.3 million U.S. visitors will venture to the city every year by 2025. While most people flock to the usual spots in the capital, here are 5 unique ways you can explore London: Take a Helicopter Tour...

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What to Keep in Mind While Planning a Road Trip

You only live once. For most millennials, to be able to travel the world is their ultimate dream. But while flying abroad seems to be the trend these days, road tripping remains to be the best choice for travelers seeking to explore different places while skipping the inconvenience of air flights. In fact, recent figures show that 85 percent of American vacations are domestic. Furthermore, more and more people are choosing to hit the road even if they only have four or five days than book an international flight and spend a week or two on travel. Road tripping...

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Visit These Exotic Destinations via Private Jet

There is no form of transportation that is more glamorous than a private jet. This allows you to travel like the rich and the famous do in complete privacy and with luxury facilities onboard so that you arrive at your destination feeling fresh and energized. When flying in a private jet, it is also important that you are travelling to somewhere that is equally as exotic and there are a few superb places to consider. Bora Bora Bora Bora has often been called the most beautiful island in the entire world and this is hard to argue. Located French...

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New Ships: 2019 and Beyond

  With each new bumper crop of ships there are innovations, usually in shipboard attractions, accommodations and activities, but also in technology. The year 2019 will see the industry’s first ship powered by clean-burning liquefied natural gas (LNG). Others are coming. The 3,954-passenger Carnival Panorama, a Vista-class ship debuts December 2019 in Long Beach, CA, and will sail seven-day itineraries to the Mexican Riviera, departing every Saturday. This will be first Carnival ship home ported here in two decades. Notable features: Spacious rooms and suites in the Family Harbor area; a huge WaterWorks aqua park, SkyRide, the open-air SportSquare,...

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Survey Reveals 87% of Travelers Don’t Claim Airline Compensation for Lost Luggage

AirHelp, the world’s leading air passenger rights company, today revealed the results of a survey showing that more than 87 percent of U.S. travelers do not file claims following an issue with lost, damaged or delayed luggage at the airport. Under the Montreal Convention and U.S. national law, passengers may be entitled to claim between $1,525 and $3,500 in compensation from the airline at fault. One of the most comprehensive pieces of research on air passenger rights, AirHelp surveyed more than 2,000 people across the United States to understand how travelers are exercising their rights when travel plans go awry. AirHelp’s survey results show...

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5 Tips for Booking Private Charter Flights

When your company cannot afford to delay flying to another city, booking a charter flight can be a great option. There are no tickets to reserve because you will book a plane for the number of people flying to your destination. These tips can help your company book a charter flight. Double Check Departure Times The primary advantage to booking a charter flight is flying according to your schedule. However, some charter companies have set departure times, so before booking a charter plane, double check departure times with any companies with whom you speak. Book the Correct Plane Before...

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Fairline Yachts releases first images of new 2018 48-foot range

Luxury British boat builder, Fairline Yachts, releases the first images of its 2018 48-foot range following a recent photoshoot in Sydney, Australia. Reinforcing Fairline’s position as a truly global brand, this is the first time the British boat builder has shot its main campaign imagery in Australia. The move comes as Fairline’s Australian dealer recently took delivery of the full range of models, comprising of the Targa 48 GT, Targa 48 OPEN and Squadron 48. The images were expertly shot by Miami based photographer Charl Jordaan of Yachting Image, who captured not only these stunning yachts but also the...

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1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Coupé Atlantic Wins Third Annual The Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award

A rare and beautiful 1936 Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic was named the winner of the prestigious The Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award  today at The Peninsula Paris hotel. Now in its third year, The Peninsula Classics Best of the Best Award brought together eight of the world’s finest classic cars—the best of show winners from the top international concours—to compete for the title of the most exceptional motor car in the world. The Bugatti is co-owned by the Mullin Automotive Museum, and Rob and Melani Walton, located in California, USA, and was named “Best of Show Concours d’Etat” at the 2017...

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Buying and Shipping a New Race Car

Getting into racing, either professionally or as a hobby – or even just driving a race car because you love the way they feel and look – can be a complex process. But for those who love the unparalleled taste of excitement that rises up behind the wheel of a beautiful muscle car, it’s all worthwhile. However, buying and shipping a race car can be more difficult than with an ordinary car, so here are some factors to take into account: 1. Choose Top-tier Shipping Methods If you need your car shipped, race cars and high-end sports and luxury...

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Celebrate Father’s Day in Emilia-Romagna’s Historic “Motor Valley”

Celebrate Father’s Day with 350 years of Italian racing traditions through Emilia-Romagna’s Historic “Motor Valley” Luxury travel specialist  Zicasso  has developed this custom tour in recognition of 2017 being the 70th anniversary of esteemed Italian luxury car brand Ferrari producing its first vehicle, the Ferrari 125 S. Zicasso is proud to celebrate 350 collective years of the founding of the world’s most revered Italian motor brands in history: Maserati, Ducati, Ferrari, Lamborghini, and Pagani. Travelers can immerse themselves in the pursuit of excellence through Italy’s five most prestigious motor brands with a special tour through Emilia-Romagna’s historic “Motor Valley,” home to these...

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Nine Wine-centric Voyages offered by SeaDream in 2018

Continuing its commitment to and enhancing the superbly established level of award-winning culinary experiences, SeaDream Yacht Club announces nine Wine Voyages for the 2018 season. Showcasing the most picturesque yachting ports of the Mediterranean, and Caribbean for 2018, on five-to-ten day sailings, each itinerary pairs the ultimate wine experience with the regions’ most scenic backdrops. Whether a seasoned wine connoisseur or new to learning about and liking wine, these voyages are a perfect occasion for developing a passion and knowledge of wine and cuisine. Guests onboard these vino-centric sailings will explore the flavors and history from some of the...

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La Jolla Concours d’Elegance April 7-9th

In the world of collector automobiles, there are many wonderful cars. There are but a handful, however, that earn universal acclaim.  These automobiles are exceedingly rare. They are built on the finest chassis with the utmost attention to detail of design. And, above all, they are iconically beautiful, a sight to behold, and the pinnacle of achievement for their coachbuilder. Our featured car, General Lyon’s 1934 Packard Runabout Speedster, is such a car. This beautifully restored boat tail is the last of four to ever be produced and can be viewed for one day only at the prestigious La...

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