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The 39-metre sailing yacht G2 got the royal treatment when it cruised into Puerto Ayora in the Galápagos last summer. A band played them in and the owners were met on the docks by the mayor, such was his relief to see a foreign vessel back in his waters. Just a few days earlier, Ecuador had reopened the Galápagos to tourism, and G2 was the very first boat on the scene. If ever you needed reminding of the economic impact of yachting, this is a pretty good one. The past year has seen an explosion in yacht sales – and not just the big stuff. Everything from dinghies and RIBs to the very largest motor yachts have been flying off the shelves as people seek to break the tedium of lockdown and answer that basic need in all of us to just get out there. The challenge now is keeping all these new yacht owners in the industry, and tempting them to visit wonderful places like the Galápagos. But even if your horizons aren’t quite that distant, I’m hoping you get a G2-like welcome wherever you visit this year as the Covid cloud finally passes.

Stewart Campbell
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