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Do you crave travel adventures off the beaten path?
Immerse yourself in beautiful destinations, and become connected to a heartfelt tribe of travelers…
Come play and explore!
Fall in love with local cuisines and marketplaces. Explore natural and man made wonders. Learn new constellations far from home. You can swim, hike, sail, dive and climb. Yoga is always available.
Or stroll, take photos and enjoy spa. All levels of activity are celebrated!
Discover your dream trip.
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Sailing Adventures, River Cruises and More…
March 18, 2023
Sailing adventure on the Star Flyer to the Leeward Islands including St. Maarten, Antigua, St. Barts and Guadeloupe
Sailing adventure on the Royal Clipper to Croatia, Dalmation coast and Montenegro, disembarking in Venice, Italy
Blue Water Sailing Adventure
The Magellan Project will retrace the circumnavigation route, on a modern boat with world-class blue water sailors and modern navigation and communication equipment.
“I’ve known Janine for 10 years and we’ve traveled together to several amazing destinations.. An Alaska road trip, Croatian cruise, California road tripping, a sailing adventure from Bali through Indonesia, and fun times in New Orleans. Each journey has been a fun and amazing adventure, filled with opportunities to be active while exploring special sights and the culture at each destination. I look forward to many more traveling opportunities with Janine. Anyone joining can be assured of a unique adventure.”
New Orleans, LA
“My daughter and I cruised in Croatia with Janine and a lovely collection of her friends and clients. We shared fresh Mediterranean food with new friends, swam in crystal clear water and wandered the cobblestone streets…. I had daydreamed of the possibility of taking a private custom cruise in the Adriatic Sea, but Janine made it a dreamy reality! An unforgettable adventure!”
“Three summers ago we cruised the Mediterranean on a yacht run by Janine’s Croatian friend. Daily swims in beautiful clear water, plus time ashore to hike to Medieval ruins and ride bikes. A couple ports had artsy shopping for gifts. When we got off the boat, Janine and I took the train to Zagreb and Ljubljana, Slovenia for more exploring. We loved the local food, wine and twisted cobblestone streets-hiking around Lake Bled and the castle was great too! Looking forward to seeing some of those folks on other trips this summer.”
“What a great vacation- so much variety! Janine and I and her crew enjoyed yoga and spa treatments at a remote and spectacular setting in Indonesia, followed by hikes around the 9th century ruins of Borabadur. I love mixing spa and Nat Geo! Another time our group jumped in jeeps for a tour, then rode ponies across a lava field, then climbed straight up the side of a volcano to peer into the active, bubbling caldron. Oh, and there’s always some kind of epic and unusual shopping experience. Can’t wait to go again!”
Lake Worth, FL
Looking for a unique trip at sea?
A sailing adventure might be for you.
Some people are just born to travel.
You know the type — they’re always on the go, posting scenic photos overlooking a foreign capital. Or sailing on the deep blue sea.
Janine Amon is one of those people. With more than 1.7 million miles on Alaska Airlines, she regularly makes the top-tier frequent flyer level: “MVP Gold 100K.”
Although Amon is always at home on an airplane, her first love is the sea. “I’ve always been a sailor,” she said. “I arrived in Alaska after sailing up from Hawaii. It took three weeks on a Nordic 44 called Midnight Sun.”
Living in Anchorage, she traveled the world encouraging groups to come to Alaska. But for the last eight years, she’s curated special trips that include the things she loves about traveling: adventures, sailing on tall ships, seeing new places, enjoying wonderful local cuisine … and yoga.
“There usually are between 25 to 36 people on my trips,” said Amon. “About half of them are from Alaska, while others are friends from other places.”
Amon’s idea of “adventure” varies, depending on the destination. “Sometimes the adventure is riding on horseback up a volcano, or visiting a UNESCO World Heritage Site,” she said. Other adventures include snorkeling with manta rays or hiking through the jungle in Cambodia.
Last summer, Amon took a group on the Star Clipper, a four-masted tall sailing ship in the Mediterranean. Leaving Venice, they sailed down the Dalmatian Coast of Croatia, past Dubrovnik to Montenegro.
On that trip, while docked in Dubrovnik, Amon took some of the group to scale the wall of the old city. “I think all of the old city of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. We hiked around on the wall. Then we went to the Buza Bar, which is literally built into the side of a cliff,” she said. “I wore a sundress, so I could jump off the cliff into the water!”
You don’t have to participate in the yoga sessions to go on the trip, but it’s always a component of Amon’s trip. The Star Clipper fleet has its own yoga instructor on board, but Amon brings a teacher just for the group.
“I like the Star Clipper fleet because of the casual luxury feel to the ships. They’re very clean, well-organized, with excellent food and great service,” said Amon.