We all know how to make a good vacation.
But what about the dream of a $100,000 trip to an island where you can be with the sea?
Now, a Canadian millionaire is offering one such adventure, on a yacht called the Yacht Ok.
The yacht tour offers a three-day tour of one of the most remote areas of the British Isles, a journey that takes you to a remote part of the Atlantic Ocean where the only land is a patch of land known as the Orkneys.
It also takes you on a boat ride to the Caribbean islands of Barbados and St. Kitts.
The tour includes a stop in Scotland and a stop at the French island of St. Eustache, which is home to a small town called St. Bénédictine.
It’s not cheap, but it’s worth it, said tour guide Peter St. Martin, a professor of marine studies at the University of St Andrews.
“This is a great way to spend time on an island,” he said.
“You get to see all the sights and to be with nature.”
In addition to being a beautiful island, the islands of St Eustachys and St Bénétards are both very scenic, and also have the opportunity to see the famous Great Barrier Reef.
The only real difference between St Bédictines and St Eostachys is that the islands are larger and the weather is warmer, St. Joseph said.
There is also a boat tour to the island of Guernsey.
St Berendins is the only island in the Caribbean that is entirely inhabited by locals, and a small population of visitors.
The island of the same name has an annual population of more than 150,000.
It is the largest island in Europe, with a population of about 12,000 people.
It has been the site of a large number of historical conflicts, with the island becoming part of Portugal in 1494 and being a British protectorate in 1706.
There are also small towns in the area that are home to people who live in their traditional ways.
The islands of Saint Eustaches and St Martines are both in the British Channel Islands.
But they are also home to more than 600 people, including an American-born American man named James Scott, who founded a company called Scotts Yacht Company in 1959.
The company was established in 1981 by a British entrepreneur, John Scott, but by 1997 it had become a global leader in yachting.
The boat tour offers an opportunity for tourists to experience the region in its natural state, St Martin said.
In the past, the island has had its fair share of tourists.
In fact, the last time the island was visited was in 1856.
There were about 10,000 visitors to St Eoutachys in those days, according to St Martin.
And there were about 200 people in St Martin, St Bensen said.
But in the 1980s, the population was down to a few hundred people.
Now, St James says the island is on the brink of a demographic crisis, with only about 10 percent of the islanders in their 20s and 30s living on the island.
It was around the time of the last major wave of British settlement that there was a major surge in immigration, St John said.
As people arrived from the U.K., many left the islands, he said, adding that they left behind the traditional way of life.
“The island has been totally wiped out,” St Martin added.
It may be the case that the island’s residents don’t want to see a return to a simpler time, he added.
But the tourists are welcome, St Joe said.
Some visitors are even getting married on the islands.
It would be a good thing if the tourists stayed.
“We would love to have them stay here as long as they want to,” St Joe added.
The Yacht St. John is also hoping to attract more tourists.
He said the island could get more people coming to visit the islands and other Caribbean islands if the boat tour were expanded.
The price for a three day trip is $110,000, which includes food and accommodation.
There’s also a fee for the water taxi, St Peter said.
The first Yacht Orkney tour will start June 14 and will continue through June 28, according the website.
It runs from 6 p.m. to 7 p.k. on the weekends and 6 a.m to 8 a.l. on Thursdays.
The trip will cost about $90,000 and take you to St Bens, St Eestachys, St Clements, St Gertrude, St Bartholomew, St George, St Mary and St Peter.
St. Peter said he hopes to have a list of possible visitors by mid-July