The UK-based yacht charter platform was honoured in two separate global award schemes, the UK-based yacht charter platform, has won two awards in two separate international 2020 award schemes. These were the ‘Best Yacht Charter Agency in Europe’ award and the ‘Sailing Company of the Year’ award.

The ‘Best Yacht Charter Agency in Europe’ award was presented by the International Luxlife Travel & Tourism Awards 2020, which have just been announced. This significant win was achieved following extensive research, reviews and customer feedback carried out by the Luxlife awards team.

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The award gives recognition to the substantial amount of work that has undertaken over the past year, particularly into improving their customer service which has drawn high client praise for the sailing holiday operations run in Greece, Croatia, Italy, France and Montenegro.

The second award, ‘Sailing Company of the Year’, came as part of the recent global Travel & Hospitality Awards 2020. Here the judges panel were again impressed by the quality of the customer service levels and attention to detail. were placed at the top of a strong 15-company shortlist of sailing-related companies.

Tommy Tognarelli, co-founder of, says: “This is more brilliant news for our hard-working team at We’d be thrilled to win just one of these awards, so to pick up two, from two different panels of international judges, is an incredible achievement.

“We’ve always known that customers love our super-responsive customer service, our simple booking process, and our approach to quality – but it’s nice that all our effort is now recognised around the world with these awards. And we won the ‘Sailing Company of the Year’ category against some very stiff competition.

Looking to the future, Tognarelli commented: “We’ve got some exciting expansion and development plans and we’re going to get better and better, but for now, let’s celebrate this industry recognition and these impressive results.”

In 2020, is expanding to offer yacht and catamaran charters from Spain, Turkey and Malta, with plans to expand their offering beyond European shores in the short-term future too.