THE WHITSUNDAYS, AUSTRALIA
With 74 Idyllic, almost untouched islands tucked inside The Great Barrier Reef, The Whitsundays is hard to beat as a sailing destination. Spectacular sunsets and secluded beaches offer clean and clear water – perfect for snorkelling, swimming and relaxing in the sun. An iconic part of the Australian east coast it is a must for that relaxing holiday you haven’t had time to take.
SAN JUAN ISLANDS, WASHINGTON
The diversity of North America offers something for everyone – from sailing along side pods of Orcas in the North Pacific, to the beaches and bikinis of Miami, Florida. The United States has got it all.
Gaze in wonder at the pod of Orcas broaching off your port bow. Laugh as the Dahl’s porpoises play in your wake. Marvel as bald eagles join you in fishing for salmon. Some 450 islands dot the San Juan and Gulf Islands archipelago. Hundreds more lead north to Desolation Sound and Princess Louisa Inlet. First discovered by Europeans in 1790, the islands have become a cruising paradise!
Florida: well known as The Sunshine State, it’s a fantastic place to sail and explore tropical & sub tropical waters. Famous for Key West, part of the Florida keys and the extensive beaches on the east coast, Florida also boats fantastic diversity on the west. Investigate the waterways and coastal towns in a vibrant and exciting location.
Long the domain of savvy sailors and fly-in millionaires, the spectacular Grenadines also offer plenty for the independent traveler. Try the region by chartering a Seawind, but with the long term in mind, this is a perfect destination to keep your own charter boat. Spanning the nations of St Vincent & the Grenadines and Grenada, the island chain offers a wide variety of authentic Caribbean experiences where nature is never far from the spotlight. What better place to keep your boat.