We made it into Forbes

“Five Reasons To Visit Deia, Mallorca” written by Joanne Shurvell @ Forbes

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Set up by two Brits, father and son Mark and Chris Adamson, Mezzo Magic has two sailboats offering boat trips around the north west coast of Mallorca. Chris and his colleague Al skippered the Pequod, a 50-foot yacht for a sunset cruise. We set sail from Port de Soller, a chic seaside town near Deia, another location for The Night Manager (the scene where Pine takes Roper’s son Danny for a stroll and buys him an ice cream).

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A nice read about a day with Mezzo Sailing

Beachwood Boys Club wrote a lovely article about chartering a yacht with us on August  21st, 2015

This has to be the best way to see the island.  What a fabulous experience –  diving off the back of a 50 foot yacht, into the crystal clear blue waters of the Mediterranean.  Having got used to the Pacific Ocean, the warmth of the water, as well as its clarity, almost defies belief.  The boys loved jumping off the back and splashing about.  Of course Skyer was the first to venture in.  Fearless as always.

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Mezzo’s double page spread in the Daily Bulletin

This is an article written by Samantha Burke from the Daily Bulletin, and made the front and center pages

Looking out over the Port Soller harbor it’s not hard to fathom a reason why Chris Adamson has settled for this lifestyle here. Pequod, his Bavaria 50 bobs calmly on the bay in front of us, the sun highlighting surrounding ripples and passers by staring out… in envy, who knows? You would think, but regardless, he seems pretty satisfied with his lot.

Sitting down with the Bulletin, Yacht Captain, Chris explains how he landed his dream job on the Island and where it all began, although first things first a few “Hey! How are you” nods, handshakes and back patting scenarios ensue in quick succession from locals who know the young captain and who are also seemingly very keen for a quick chin wag.

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