Best karting tracks in the UK

The Best Karting Tracks in the UK

Indoor, outdoor, floodlit, multilevel - what set up makes for the best karting tracks in the UK? We’ve powered our way around the chicanes and hairpins to bring you our guide to what makes for the best go karting tracks in the country - and you can drive at all of them! Are the best karting tracks indoor or outdoor? Indoor go karting tracks are great because they are generally located on the edge of big towns and cities, making them easily accessible for karters. And of course, it means rain doesn’t stop play, so you can book an indoor...

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What is a seabreacher

What is a Seabreacher – is it a plane, a boat…or a dolphin?

What is a Seabreacher? If you go down to Victoria Docks in central London, you could well meet the Seabreacher. The Seabreacher is like no other watercraft you’ll ever have seen. It looks like some kind of submarine, it moves in the water like a dolphin, it’s piloted like a plane - and thanks to IntotheBlue, you can ride in one! In essence, the Seabreacher is a semi-submersible vessel. But what makes it unlike any other boat, is the fact that it can power along he surface of the water and then dive below surface, plunging up to two metres...

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fund raiser sponsored event

What are the best sponsored activities for charity?

If you want to raise money for a good cause what sponsored activities make the best fundraisers? Many of our customers buy vouchers for activities they’re going to do for charity. The ones that work best are the activities that are a real daredevil challenge, or something a bit out of the ordinary. Here’s our lowdown on the most popular sponsored activities that you can buy as a voucher from IntotheBlue, to then get people to sponsor you to raise money for that charity that’s close to your heart. [caption id="attachment_7904" align="aligncenter" width="751"] Our flyaway favourite sponsored activity is Wing...

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Spitfire RAF anniversary

Happy 100th Birthday to the RAF – Spitfires at Biggin

A trio of warbirds flew again over Biggin Hill this Easter Sunday, exactly 100 years to the day after the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service combined to form the Royal Air Force. It was an emotional day at the Biggin Hill Heritage Hangar, where IntotheBlue is also based, as Squadron Leader Allan Scott, 96, took the skies again in his 'beloved Spitfire'. Dressed and ready to go in his flying suit and RAF Benevolent Fund t-shirt, Allan said: ‘The Spitfire feels like an overcoat and that’s the best bit. It’s part of you. It’s a beautiful aircraft’....

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