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UPFRONT GETTING TAN-FASTIC!


To tan or not to tan, that is the question. Are your charter guests lounge lizards or shadow slinkers?


a chicken on a spit basting in oil they’re guaranteed to look like a leathery lizard by the time they’re 40. Hold on a second, is that a foil reflector?


loves to absorb the heat and refuses to leave the sun lounger if there’s still a ray to be had. They can be very competitive when it comes to getting the best spot. They must get up early if you want to snag a prime lounger location.


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can be recognised by an enormous hat, slathered in very high SPF sunscreen they’re cowering under the largest umbrella they can find. With a full-body swimsuit, they certainly stand out from the crowd and tend to glow in the dark.


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fairest of the crowd (typically a ginger) will decide to sit out in the midday sun and burn themselves to a crispy crisp. For the next five days they’ll be hiding under a parasol with painful blisters. Next time layer on the sunscreen and become a shadow slinker.


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exhibitionist who’s completely naked and exposes those places where the sun don’t shine (and really shouldn’t!). Ouch when those bits get burned!


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NO LINES It’s a challenge avoiding the tan line altogether. There’s always one, the


THE LOBSTER The whiter the skin, the redder the burn and sure enough, day one, the


THE SHADOW SLINKER Determined to keep a pale complexion, the shadow slinker


LOUNGE LIZARD Similar to the Rotisserie Chicken (minus the oil) the lounge lizard


THE ROTISSERIE CHICKEN There’s always one person on board who’s convinced it’s still 1972. Like


MY FAVOURITE DESTINATION KALKAN, TURKEY


Carey Secrett, Director, Superyacht Supply Chain


The beautiful town of Kalkan nestles in a calm bay, enjoying stunning views out over the Mediterranean. Its pretty cobbled streets are home to quaint Bougainvillea-clad buildings, housing an abundance of boutiques, restaurants and taverns. In the old harbour, you can rent a wooden ‘gulet’ boat for a day trip or enjoy a drink and a ‘hubbabubba’ pipe in one of the waterside


bars. The bay is home to some idyllic beach clubs with inviting shady cabanas perched on platforms on the rocks. There are fantastic snorkelling and diving spots and the water is beautifully clear and warm. If shopping is your thing, you will be spoilt for choice. For the food lover, the town boasts over 150 restaurants serving a huge variety of cuisine. This town is a true Turkish delight!


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37°10’N 12°43’E GRAHAM ISLAND


A submerged volcanic island off the south west coast of Sicily, last erupted in 1831 and rose


above the surface. A four-way dispute over its sovereignty began, which was still unresolved when it disappeared beneath the waves again in early 1832. In 2000 and 2002 it showed signs of a appearance, but remains 6m beneath the surface.


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