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Taking to The Skies

The world’s most remote destinations are often its most exceptional. From the lofty peaks of Bhutan to the legendary reefs surrounding Indonesia’s fabled Spice Islands, Aman is renowned for making these destinations accessible to its guests in consummate privacy and comfort. The company’s dedication to offering ease of access and the finest service available has now taken to the skies, with the launch of the Aman Private Jet.

Blurring Boundaries

On the Celebrity Flora the boundaries between ship and nature become blurred. On no other cruise ship can guests get so close to the diverse flora and fauna of the Galapagos Islands - thanks to an innovative design by 3deluxe. The Celebrity Flora is the first expedition yacht designed exclusively for the Galapagos Islands and is the most energy-efficient ship of its class in the region.

The Beast of Dufftown

The world of malt whiskies is dominated by brands that try to ‘outcraft’ each other, talking complex processes and finishes; double, triple, quadruple...It has become a landscape of lengthy stories for generic flavour profiles that are either vanilla dominated or challengingly smoky. There is one brand however, that through its unique 2.81 distillation process, stands apart from the crowd.