December 02, 2010That's the Questionby Mark Pillsburywhere Mark Schrader and Herb McCormick (see his Sail Green story, “ Dying from Seas of Debris ... , and back to Seattle in just 13 months. Herb, a CW editor at large and one of four permanent crewmembers ... clogged with jellyfish to fjords poisoned by aqua farms, Mark and Herb saw—and photographer David Thoreson ...
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Vava'u is a Stunning but remote grouping of more than 50Islands. TheIslandare beautiful the anchorages are flat calm, however there is little outer-Island Activity,.. We experienced winds that were 20-25knts every day, distances between theIslandsare short and the anchorages are well identified by a numbering system.Tonga is an interesting gathering place for circumnavigating yachts enabling you to meet interesting sailors that take the experience to a whole new level.
A few days ago, my friend from Cape Town sent me this picture with a short message at the back: “This is Cape Town.”
Cape Town is one of the best locations in the world for sailing adventures. With exquisite beaches, stunning, scenic coastlines, this is a typical sailor’s paradise.
Picture yourself relaxing on a boat or marvelling at the Table Mountain. This place has a lot to offer.