Media Coverage

On the February issue of the Yacht Magazine, the biggest magazine dedicated to boats in Chinese language, had an article about our trip.
And we will be publishing our story in their magazine and their website monthly.

In the day we left Macau the Magazine/Website from Portugal, Veja Portugal, decided to anticipate their paper edition and published online an article about our adventure.
Check it our here.

On the 10th of January the English language newspaper from Macau (Macau Post Daily) did a 2 page feature about our trip. An interesting conversation with the young editor Monica, over a pleasant hot chocolate in a coffeehouse in Macau.

TDM - Joao Gomes-Entrevista Telejornal 20131227 (1) from Sailing Dee on Vimeo.
On the 27th of December, TDM Informação invited João to go live for a long talk about our trip and project. You can watch it here in Portuguese or in their link where you need to watch the whole news program.

MASTV 27Dec2013 from Sailing Dee on Vimeo.
Also on the 27th of December, the local satellite channel, Macau Asia Satellite Channel, broadcasting to all Chinese viewers around the world, did a special program about us. This was a program that made us very proud because we, since the beginning, tried to enter the Chinese community because this event is also for them. Was 500 years ago that the Portuguese arrived in China and made Macau possible.

On the 11th of December 2013 the media website of China Shipping Service published an interview done with us during the Macau Yacht Fair in November.
This was the second Chinese language article to be published about our trip and the first one to be published in the Mainland.
Special Thanks to Edwin Ho, owner of Starship Yachts, for letting us use one of their boats on exhibition for the meeting with the media. And special thanks to Yong Li, from LY Superyachts, for arranging the meeting and play the role of translator.

On Tuesday, the 5th of November 2013, the Portuguese language newspaper from Macau, JTM, mentioned in the last page the news published during the weekend by the Hong Kong South China Morning Post.

On Tuesday, the 5th of November 2013, the Chinese language newspaper from Macau, Hou Kong Daily, published an extensive article about our trip. If can read Chinese or are just curious to know how it look on the Chinese media, click here.

On Sunday, the 3rd of November 2013, the biggest English newspaper from Hong Kong (average of 180.000 copies daily) published an article about our trip on their page 6, mention it also on the first page, giving us plenty of exposure.
Can read it online here.

TDM News from Sailing Dee on Vimeo.

On the 21st of September we were interviewed for the TDM News, the English language news broadcast from the Macau local channel TDM.

The Macau Daily Times edition of the 19th of September 2013 gave us a full page after an interview with Joao at their premises and a photo-shoot at the Macau Mount Fortress. It's the first time that all the crew is pictured together and wearing clothes from our only sponsor, the great brand VIP which will provide us with clothes for the entire trip!

Also other Portuguese language newspaper from Macau (Hoje Macau) dedicated some space to publish the article wrote by the news agency on the 10th of September. Can read it here.

The portuguese language newspaper from Macau (Jornal Tribuna de Macau) published on the 10th of September an article based on the news report from the Portuguese News Agency (LUSA). Can read it here or in JTM page.

The Portuguese travelling website, Viaje Comigo (, invited me to write something about Macau and used the excuse to mention our project. Here's the link to check it out.

On the 29th of August we were live on the Portuguese TV RTP Informação talking about our trip to an worldwide audience.

On the 16th of August was published one article about our trip in the oldest portuguese language newspaper in Macau. The link here.

The very first article to be publish about our adventure in the Media on the 20th of May 2013, in the free Portuguese newspaper DESTAK in Lisbon.

Sorry but the article it's only in Portuguese.
Here's the Link.