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    Kraalbaai in Langebaan Lagoon, South Africa
    Praslin and La Digue islands, Seychelles
    River Yealm, Devon
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    Faroe, Westcoast of Sweden, Norway, Iceland

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    Quote Originally Posted by sailingspider View Post
    Dear fellow sailors,
    For a University assignment I'm looking into Sailing destinations around the world and their popularity. What would be great is if you could all help and just post a quick response below stating where you like to sail most of all, particuarly on holiday!

    Norwegian fjords around Stavanger

    Desolation Sound and Gulf Islands BC
    Eastern Scotland and beyond.

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    Loch Torridon

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    Scilly isles & BVI

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    Gulf & San Juan islands off Seattle.

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    Ploumanac'h; much quieter now Trebeurden has opened.
    On the internet no one knows you are a donkey.

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    Confining comments to Europe - at least 50% of the cruising regions of Europe are my favourites, each for different reasons:

    The Baltic - summer days that last all night, Archipelagoes with hundreds of free anchorages
    W Scotland - Sheltered waters, dramatic scenery, isolated anchorages
    SW Ireland - the craic, the friendly welcome
    CI and N France - the pilotage challenge, coping with the biggest tides in the world
    N Spain - warmth, few yachts, hardly a sign of tourism, tapas; just plain unspoilt
    S Spain - Alicante, the sunniest winters in Europe, wonderful fish restaurants
    Med France - Cote d'Azur, the ultimate in civilisation; cafe culture, food and wine
    Italy - Pisa, Florence, Siena; superb cities, matched by superb cuisine
    Corsica and Sardinia - Glittering white beaches
    Sicily - being whitewashed downwind of Etna by its CuNimb
    Greece - the charm of becoming part of a village's quayside life, free of charge
    Turkey - the ancient sites, the markets of Istanbul

    One could, of course, provide a similar list of dislikes . . .
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    Quote Originally Posted by seadog30 View Post
    Anywhere that is warm, cheap, safe and has no "officials"

    But perhaps that is asking too much

    Seadog
    That rules out Salcombe then.

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    Marquesas it's a bit of a pain to get to but worth the trip and Tahiti just around the corner with all the back up you could want.

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