From the month of May through to September, Magrathea can be found cutting a dash in the Mediterranean. The Balearics, Sardinia, Corsica or the Aeolian islands, with the original Vulcano, might appeal. Further east perhaps, she will be island hopping along the Croatian coast, or among the Greek or Turkish islands.

From November to April, Magrathea sails the warm waters of the Caribbean. Here, where island hopping is a way of life, landfalls are never more than half day’s sail away. North Sound, the Pitons, Tobago Cays and Mustique, among so many others, all await.

Swimming with turtles, diving with nurse sharks or simply watching the dolphins play in Magrathea’s bow wave - nobody on board will be able to ignore the local wild life.

It really depends on where she’s moored when you climb onboard. You’ll be able to checkout her location and the sailing options when making a booking.