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To sail into Sydney harbour is an ambition of many cruising sailors. It
is probably the nicest city south of the Equator and is full of life and
fun. Northwards along the Australian East coast can be quite challenging
especially towards the lagoon of Lady of Musgrave Island. Travel through
the interesting and beautiful islands of the Great Barrier Reef and on
to Darwin, an excellent last stop for cruising boats heading out to
The passage to West Timor is calm and smooth accompanied by dolphins and
light winds but the arrival is a real culture change - with street
markets and villages that have not changed for a thousand years.25
An essential planning aid for anyone thinking of sailing to these
mysterious South Pacific Islands.
Travel to the small Polynesian island of Fatu-Hiva and Tahuata which are
almost never visited by outsiders except by sailing boat to the capital
island of Nuku-Hiva with it’s ancient ruins of Polynesian villages. Then
it's a downhill passage to the very dangerous Tuamotu Islands that are
only a few feet above sea level and sparsely populated.
A must for anyone intending to transit the Panama Canal.
All three methods of locking are experienced – side wall, alongside and
centre chamber as the crew transit the entire canal before descending
the last locks into the Pacific Ocean.
From there the crew sailing onto the Galapagos Islands and visit all the
permitted anchorages. Visit Wreck Bay in San Cristobal and Academy Bay
on Santa Cruz to see the giant tortoise, lonely empty beaches and big
marine iguanas. Finally travel to Isla Isabela in search of the
Blue-Footed Booby.25 mins
A guide to the southern parts of the Caribbean that are seldom visited
and islands that may only be visited by sail boats.
This program takes you from Trinidad to Panama, Angel Falls in Venezuela
& Colon in Panama.
Discover the fishermen islands of Los Testigos and the wonderful,
islands of Venezuela. Visit Tortuga, Los Roques and the lonely Aves
which are almost never visited by tourists and seldom by cruising
yachts. Visit the Netherland Antilles – the famous ABC Islands – Aruba,
Bonaire, Curacao and finally take the lumpy passage to Colon in Panama
where all the cruising boats gather to prepare for the Transit of the
Panama Canal.25 mins