Holidays Afloat: Your Guide To The Best Yachting Vacations.Written by John Thompson
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The Turkish people are friendly and outgoing and, while English is not predominantly spoken language, hospitality of people means between you there will always be a way around language barrier. Again, local cuisine is exquisite and fresh fish is a delicacy that everyone should try at least once in a lifetime. There are numerous small or large harbours and even deserted coves where you can moor your yacht.
The Caribbean is a very popular destination for many sailors, and is perfect for a romantic break or a honeymoon. The bright blue seas and clear skies make Caribbean a picture perfect destination for a tranquil vacation. However, if you are after something a little more exciting open seas offer an abundance of opportunity for scuba diving, snorkelling and water skiing. There are plenty of beach bars and places to try local fish dishes and other cuisine and weather is almost always perfect.
Numerous islands offering many beaches and coves means you will never get bored if you take your next yachting vacation in Caribbean.
Why a yacht?
Imagine opening your eyes in morning, pouring yourself a coffee and stepping out onto deck of your yacht; sun rising and not a sound to be heard apart from occasional drift of waves and noise of wildlife. Yachting provides one of most tranquil vacations you can imagine. You donít have loud neighbours and there is no danger of getting room next to toilets. Stock your yacht with enough provisions for week and you donít need to see a single person for your entire vacation.
Even novices get a chance too; you can charter not only vessel but also crew or just captain to go with you. Thereís no need to worry about invasion of privacy, as crewmembers are usually very experienced in knowing when to make themselves scarce or when you may need an explanation of some of surrounding beauty and sites.
Whatever you want to do on your vacation, however tranquil or busy you want to make it, yachting has answer. Itís a unique holiday at your pace. And one youíll always remember.
© 2005 John Thompson
John Thompson is webmaster for http://www.holidays-afloat.biz : an online resource for holidays on the water.
Visit Pismo Beach CaliforniaWritten by David G. Hallstrom, Sr.
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Want a little more activity? Play golf at one of nearby golf courses, visit some of nearby wineries, go for a short (under one hour) drive up coast and take a tour of Hearst Castle, or a short (under one half hour) drive down coast and visit Solvang, "Danish Capital of America".
Still not enough? Take a one half or full day sport fishing trip and fish for albacore, rockcod , salmon and more. Go horse back riding through Oceano Dunes and Beach. Take paragliding or kiteboarding lessions. Go ATV four wheeling, body boarding or surfing or take a 30 minute "flying boat" flight along shoreline in a two seater ultra-light "flying boat".
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David G. Hallstrom, Sr. is a retired private investigator and is currently the publisher of several internet directories, including http://www.usacitydirectories.com a directory of national, state, county and city guides and directories listing local guides, directories, web sites and web pages providing resources, services and information.