This is where we publish our boat related stories and articles, which range from world circumnavigation to rescue missions, humour and much, much more. So make yourself a coffee and settle yourself down to a good read.
Timing they call it! Perhaps luck might be a better description under the circumstances.
Boatshed Barcelona in the “Ruta de la Sal” 2006
One of the great things about a Yacht Broker's job is the people and the boats you meet and the deep impressions that they leave behind !
It is often said that the two most stressful things in life are moving house and changing your job.
The coast-line of the Costa de la Luz this weekend sees the launch of Boatshed Cadiz, run by Michelle & Terry Cryer. The area has witnessed major seafaring history, including the Battle of Trafalgar 21st of October 1805, blue fin tuna are exported to Japan and Cadiz port was the thriving centre for New World trade.
You can now see even more photos of every boat for sale on the Boatshed.com websites. The amount of information you can now see is incredible.
If you want to buy a boat, look at the boats for sale on Boatshed.com as you can see detailed shots of the inter
STOP PRESS ............Oxford Wins by 5 boat Lengths.
The idea for a rowing race between the universities came from two friends - Charles Merivale, a student at Cambridge, and his Harrow schoolfriend Charles Wordsworth (nephew of the poet William Wordsworth), who was at Oxford.
Boatshed onboard Arctic Sunrise
Boatshed have a stand at next weeks Boating Business 2006 Exhibition.
Boatshed.com once again exceeding all expectations unveiled a show stopping stand at The London Boat Show 2006 which was opened in graceful elegance by Strictly Come Dancing stars James Martin and partner Camilla Dallerup with dancing on the decks.
Boatshed at Volvo Race HQ
Surely an introduction to one of the worlds most infamous power boats is not needed but just in case,
Bookies' favourite Simon Starling has won the world's most famous and controversial art award, the Turner Prize.
Looking up from my computer at HQ I spotted a very large fractional rig, she's arrived I shouted, lets go down to the marina. She arrived on a very crisp, cold, & frosty with clear blue skies.
Not to be out done by the Spainish, the French too, had this weekend earmarked for the start of a great race; the famous Transat Jacques Vabre.
Andrew McCall was in Spain at the weekend reporting for Boatshed...
The Barcelona boat show has started and I can hear the popping of corks as I type this item...another Boatshed.com "fizz at five" reception has started on the stand.
Boatshed and all of its 21 European offices will be represented at this years London International Boatshow.
CORKS POPPING AND BOATS SELLING