What better place to be than out on the middle of the sea or camping on a desolate beach, gazing up at the starry sky, all while listening to the waves crash?
Well tonight, Tuesday, June 30th would be a fantastic evening for it. Venus and Jupiter are, Nasa says, "a jaw-dropping one third of a degree apart." That's less than the width of our full moon. Our sources say it is the closest they'll come to one another in the current 24-year cycle.
These are the kind of events that could add to making your trip with us extra special. There's nothing like laying under the stars on deck of a gently rocking boat, or stretched out on the sand. Eclipses, meteor showers, comets, and once in a lifetime sightings in the sky can make an evening outdoors a memorable one.