The Island Rental Season is Here

With  temperatures warming in the Northern Hemisphere, people are beginning to think about the balmy days of summer which in reality aren’t that far away. If you are looking for a unique summer getaway and thinking visiting a private or private island resort, now is the time to start looking, especially considering that private island rentals in high demand areas book quickly. To make it easier Private Islands Online has a dedicated rental website that allows you to not only search by price, but by geographical region. Making finding the ideal private island escape a piece of cake. Rentals start as low as less than $300 a week for the Isle of Scalpay in the UK all the way up to Musha Cay which rents for $325,000/wk.

The Island Rental Season is Here

Fish for Your Food in the Ma..l..d..eeevs

Islands and private islands are continually a part of publications around the world, mainly because they remind readers of the exotic world we live in, and they provide a break from the more dramatic and depressing news that so often fills newspapers. Today online recently took readers to the Maldives a chain of 26 coral islands in the middle of the Indian Ocean. The island chain is a must see destination for millions of people every year and the dream of millions more. The article on Today online focuses on the Maldives largest industry, commercial fishing which next to tourism is the biggest contributor to the economy of the Maldives.  Here is what the author has to say. The fishing only stops when you want to rest or have a meal.

Fish for Your Food in the Ma..l..d..eeevs

The Word is Shhh…

The Boston Globe just did an excellent article on the pristine islands of the coast of Georgia. The article notes that the coast of Georgia is one of America’s best kept secrets where a string of islands, some as big as bermuda are a remarkable destination for everyone from adventurers to anglers.  Here is a segment of the article. Around and between the islands, a mighty 8-foot tide flushes 378,000 acres of salt marsh with brackish, food-rich water: the chemistry of a great fishery. In May schools of 60 to 100 redfish start cruising the mud banks

The Word is Shhh…