Greece with its thousands of islands is a sailor’s paradise and a beloved destination for sailing fans. The number of choices is rather unlimited. The Greek Islands are home to some of the greatest sunsets on Earth. With an estimated 1200-6000 islands in Greece, there are so many islands—each with their own unique character—that every port stop feels different and fresh.
The French Riviera
Is there any more romantic place to sail in the world? Probably not. The Mediterranean coastline of the southeast corner of France offers more contrasts than probably anywhere else in the world: unspoiled islands, rugged, rocky inlets and fine beaches sit shoulder to shoulder with the large cosmopolitan resorts of Cannes, Nice and Monte Carlo.
Sailing in Croatia is quickly becoming very popular because it’s shielded from inland eyes by the sweeping Dinaric Alps. The rolling coastline is speckled with pristine beaches, green slopes and some of the most charming towns and cities Europe has to offer (which is really saying something).
Explore Montenegro by sailing dramatic coastlines that are more steep and rugged than in Croatia, but equally attractive. Montenegro is one of the most popular sailing destinations in the world, so expect it to be busy.
Explore some of the most beautiful and most famous beaches in the world by sailing Thailand. Whether you are looking for a place to dance and party, or somewhere more tranquil to chill out, relax and work on your tan, you will find a hundred or more that seem as if they have been put there especially for you.
The waters at the Great Barrier Reef in Australia maybe some of the most amazing waters in the world! Sailing gives you the opportunities to snorkel or dive all day. There’s plenty of sea life to check out so make sure you have an underwater camera.
With its 15,000 kilometres of stunning coastline, New Zealand has everything you could ask for when it comes to sailing. Whether you’re experienced or not, this is an amazing way to see a country that is known for its out-of-this-world landscape.
The island chain of 32 gorgeous Caribbean islands sprinkled across 60 miles of the southern Caribbean is one of the world’s great sailing waters. White sand beaches and tropical waters make this area a haven for sailing enthusiasts.
The British Virgin Islands
White sand, luxury waterfront resorts, chic boutique shopping, excellent restaurants – the British Virgin Islands has it all. The turquoise waters of the central Caribbean Sea have an average temperature of 26°C all year round, which makes the water very comfortable.