Being a part of the world of sea animals is a beautiful and pleasant experience. Imagine witnessing fishes, starfishes, and innumerable other sea creatures all at the same place.
There are plenty of aquariums all around the world, which makes it challenging to pick one to visit; therefore, we have curated a list of top 5 aquariums in the world which promise you an experience of a lifetime. Continue at Source: Best Aquariums In The World, 2019 | CEOWORLD magazine
Sometimes all it takes to re-center and refresh your mind and body is a good day (or week—who are we to limit you) staring off into a tranquil blue sea.
To help you find your inner peace, and catch a few waves and rays while you’re at it, we’ve put together a list of some of the bluest waters in the world. These lakes, seas, beaches, and bays have vistas that range from brilliant navy blues to the lightest, clearest turquoises imaginable. Needless to say, they are the perfect places to re-connect with nature, family, and yourself. Continue at Source: 13 Places Where You Can See the Bluest Water in the World
Whatever you’re looking for this summer, choose a perfect charter yacht that suits your preferences best from the selection below.#1. G2LOA: 39mBuilder: Vitters, 2009Refit: Pendennis, 2018Best for: Unbeatable sailingRecent winner of a World Superyacht Award for her showstopping rebuild by … continue at Source: 8 yachts for a perfect charter experience this summer
Has the novelty of catching a regular old Uber worn off? Well, it might be time to book that trip to the Great Barrier Reef, because the rideshare platform is about to launch a brand-new service unlike anything you’ve ever seen.
Uber and the Queensland tourism board have teamed up to create scUber – the world’s first rideshare submarine and yes, it’s legit. Watch the full clip above to see it in action.
There’s something magical about whales. It may be the fact that one species – the blue whale – is the largest animal on Earth, reaching as much as 100 feet in length and weighing as much as 300,000 pounds. Or maybe it’s that whales are warm blooded, breathe air, and nurse their young — yet manage to live in the ocean, with some species diving over 600 feet to hunt while holding their breath for up to an hour and a half.
No matter where exactly in the world they are, overwater bungalows can satisfy a traveller’s craving for repose and relaxation. Take in this visual feast of some of our top picks of the world’s most beautiful overwater bungalow resorts.
Five metres beneath the Atlantic Ocean, this restaurant doubles up as a marine research lab. Named ‘Under’, it’s also revealing how scientists can raise awareness about ocean health through fun experiences.
An underwater restaurant has opened in Norway, and it’s doubling up as a marine biology research lab. Under (meaning ‘wonder’ in Norwegian) is off the coast of Lindesnes, a town on Norway’s southern tip. Its 34-metre structure is partly submerged, with the dining area five metres underwater.
A popular destination year round, Bermuda is a place you don’t want to miss.
Scientists in Louisiana reached new depths in their research in February when they sent three dead alligators plummeting to the bottom of the Gulf of Mexico.
The Leading Maritime Capitals report for 2019 is out, with fresh insight on which maritime metropolises provide the best support for companies in shipping and related services. Criteria include soft and hard infrastructure and access to world-class talent and services – all key components that maritime businesses need to thrive in their chosen locations.Source: Leading maritime capitals of the world report 2019: Singapore still on top