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Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide



Caribbean Islands Cruising Guide


French Canal Routes to the Mediterranean

Gentle Sailing Route to the Mediterranean

Strait Sailing to Gibraltar

Living Aboard Around the World

Easy Navigation

Gentle Mediterranean Routes to the Islands


Who is Michael Briant

La Rochelle Guide book

Gentle Sailing Route to the Mediterranean

Strait Sailing to Gibraltar

Living Aboard Around the World

The Pacific Crossing


















The Pacific Crossing Guide

From the Caribbean and Panama to Australia via New Zealand and the Islands of the South Pacific



The Pacific Crossing Guide

provides an overview of almost a years cruising between Panama and New Zealand or Australia.

You have to fit the cruise into this time scale in order to avoid the various hurricane seasons in the South Pacific.

 The route outlined is the 'trade winds route' followed by the majority of cruising boats on a circumnavigation and although there are always off the beaten track islands and countries to visit, until you get to the Cook Islands, there are relatively few alternatives.



If you are bored with the Mediterranean and the Caribbean, read this book, then you will want to dream of visiting the nearest place to paradise on this globe. How to transit the Panama Canal see giant rays on the way to the Galapagos and the best islands in the Marquesas and Touamotu groups before reaching Tahiti the Cook Islands, Tonga and Fiji then laying up for the hurricane season in New Zealand or Australia.


 1. Getting to Panama

2. Panama Canal

3. Galapagos

4. The Marquesas Islands

5. Touamotu Islands

6. Tahiti and the Society Islands

7. Cook Islands

8. Tonga & Fiji



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