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Land of water and dragons

Four Kings islands and dragon-protected Komodo offer adventure in Indonesia’s ancient, mystical lands

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New Zealand

New Zealand is one of the world's most memorable – and safe – cruising destinations for superyachts

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Hong Kong – Sai Kung and Double Haven

In Hong Kong, there are plenty of beaches and inlets, with spectacular shorelines for boaters to enjoy. But beyond the junk boats and popular spots, there lies a hidden highlight...

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Indonesia – The Sunda Straits

The Sunda Straits are almost unknown as a cruising destination in Indonesia, but the fascination with this sleepy passage began with a bang, when the volcanic island of Krakatau blew...

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Thailand – Similan Islands

The Similan Islands, grouped around 50 miles to the northwest of Phuket, have some of the most arresting island landscapes that Thailand has to offer. The islands are no longer...

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Indonesia – Anambas Islands

A yacht convoy left Singapore’s Raffles Marina to head over to the Indonesian Anambas Islands – a day’s journey but a world away from the cargo lanes of the Lion...

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Japan – Ryukyu Islands

Japan may not immediately come to mind as a great place for a visiting yacht, but the southern Ryukyu Islands offer plenty of remote beaches, intriguing cultural stops and dramatic...

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China – Shenzhen Marina Club

The marina at Da Mei Sha, known as Shenzhen Marina Club, has advanced rapidly since its early days in 2008, when most of the marina was a construction site and...

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Philippines – Cebu

Cebu, located near the heart of the Philippines, offers visiting yachts an interesting cultural tour, as well as the chance to spot plenty of large sea life and do some...

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Serenity Marina – Sanya

The new Serenity Marina of Sanya is quite possibly the best of the best for marinas in China – the marina successfully hosted the 2012 Volvo Ocean Race Sanya stopover,...

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