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Favorite Cruising Destination!

What's your favorite cruising destination? Please include the following in your post: 1)Cruising Area-North/So Amer, So Pac, Eastern Med, etc. 2)Specific Anchorage? 3)Recommended Marina? 4)Favorite Eatery? 5)Best thing to see? Include Lat/Long!

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What's your favorite cruising destination?

Started by CruisingEditor. Last reply by svJazz Aug 1, 2008. 1 Reply

Provincetown, MA

Started by John Berens Jul 31, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by zeehag on October 10, 2011 at 11:24am
i hope all you folks in mexican riviera  make it thru this jova  predicament unscathed--hunker down and   be safe.
Comment by zeehag on June 6, 2011 at 12:41pm
mazatlan is a good place to cruise to---even stop in for a while--is simpatico and has good sheltering areas from hurrycames.....
Comment by Josie Longo on October 15, 2009 at 10:00pm
Cape Reinga where the Tasmaine Sea meets the Pacific Ocean. NZ was an amazing place to sail.
Comment by Josie Longo on October 15, 2009 at 9:59pm

Comment by LOLA on October 9, 2009 at 5:36am
Right now I will live through your adventures until I find my Favorite. What I like about our site, is seeing the world through all the great Members.
Comment by Lorenzo Camillo on February 6, 2009 at 5:38am

I suppose I'm lucky living in one of the best cruising destinations of the Med, Costa Smeralda, north-east Sardinia. The La Maddalena Archipelago is extraordinary, with Corsica just across the Straits, so I recommend it to everybody. See the emerald colour water I photographed from a helicopter on a business trip (paid by the client).
But as Andrea discovered, Turkey is also fabulous, many deserted bays, with stunning Greek ruins ashore appearing from the undergrowth. I have had my boat there for four years now and love it. I also recommend Turkey to everyone.

By the way, any Seaknots members passing through Porto Cervo in Sardinia are welcome to call in and share a beer and discss cruising itineraries.
Comment by zeehag on January 15, 2009 at 12:30pm
usvi a nd bvi were gorgeous--i still want to go to so pacific....anywhere warm....sea of cortez has positivities as well.....
Comment by Dave Skolnick on January 15, 2009 at 10:08am
It's 25F outside so just now my favorite destinations are warm: BVI, USVI, southern Bahamas ...
Comment by Andrea on September 30, 2008 at 6:45am
I have to add the coast of Turkey to the list. It was breathtaking!
Comment by bobbi on August 12, 2008 at 9:38pm
My favorite by far is the South Pacific Island chain of Vanuatu. It is truely Paradise! The native peoples live in palm frond huts, but will open up thier homes and arms to cruisers. The islands are volcanic, with rain forests, quiet bays full of fish and marine life (sea turtles, dugongs, coral, sponges, giant clams, etc.) The diving is unbelievable!!!

The islands were used as troop staging areas during WW2 and there are plenty of places to dive on the left over equipment dumped after the fighting was over. Diving the President Cooledge is a world class dive adventure. This ship hit friendly mines just off the coast and was set up as a marine preserve shortly after the war. The equipment, guns, dishes, shoes, pictures on the wall, lights....are still onboard. The coral and fish have turned the ship into an amazing rainbow! Its deep diving but if you are a diver.....its well worth the extra effort.

The capitol, Port Vila, is very civilized, as it was jointly ruled by the French and the English until the 70's. Port Vila is one of the few places in that part of the Pacific where you can get great French wines, Stilton cheeze, French bagettes, and prime beef.
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