Estonia: Isadora Dunne takes a ferry from Finland to Estonia and enjoys the sights of the old city of Tallinn and the distinctive local cuisine.
GoNOMAD Travel articles about cruises. But the kind of cruises we pay the most attention to are the unique ones, the unusual cruises that people tend to never forget. If you like cruising the ocean but want something smaller, something more special, we’re sure you will enjoy our selection of features below about unusual cruises.
By Stephen Hartshorne Since the Age of Discovery began in the sixteenth century, explorers have been braving the frigid weather and powerful sea ice of Canada’s northern reaches in search of a Northwest Passage to the Pacific Ocean. So great was the attraction of this potential shortcut to the Far East that dozens of mariners […]
Barging the Canal across France By Kent E. St. John Monsieur Paul Riquet may not be known to many Americans but if you cruise the Canal du Midi once, you will praise him to high heaven. Back in 1666, M. Riquet spent his fortune and left his family in debt for fifty years after his […]
By Susan Fogwell Whether you’re an experienced sailor or a novice, a chartered or bareboat sailing vacation is the ultimate, carefree adventure. Time is measured by the sun’s altitude and declination, not the timepiece on your wrist. You’re on island time — with no worries! With no set schedule, you have the freedom to island […]
Dubai: Sailing the Arab Dhow in a World of Fantasy. The author meets a local captain in Dubai and joins a sailing expedition in the Arabian Gulf on a dhow.