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Top 10 Sailing Cruises

1. Nova Scotia and Labrador Tall Ships, Canada:
Canada’s seafaring heritage is full with adventurous activities. If you are looking for excellent maritime exposure, you must join as a trainee crew member.  Actually, there are plenty of ships which allow people to join as a trainee. The purpose of this membership is to experience the true spirits of sailing. For more details visit: www.canadiansailingexpeditions.com

2. San Juan Islands, Washington:
Have you been to an island? No? Then visit the San Juan Island. When you sail through island to island, you would discover breathtaking views of unexplored nature.  During the course of journey, you would also see protected waters surrounding the island. This view is really awesome.  For more details visit: www.starsailcruises.com

3. Pirate Cruise, Grand Cayman Island:
This Caribbean cruise has been made as a replica of 17th-century Spanish galleon. This ship offers planks to walk, firing cannons, and sword fighting to all young and old citizens. For more details visit: www.jollyrogercayman.com

4. Star Clipper to French Polynesia:
Sailing between the paradise islands is nothing but a day dream.  This trip begins from Tahiti and takes seven days to complete. During this journey, you visit Bora-Bora, Moorea, Huahine, and other Polynesian islands. The boats are embodied with latest sailing trends and they are supposed to be modern cruise liners. For more details visit:www.cruisematch.com.au

5. Junk Cruise, Andaman Sea, Thailand:
Andaman Sea is full with attractions. When you sail through this sea, you would encounter romantic beaches, wilderness, famous limestone stalactites and seabirds. It is a six days cruise from Krabi and Phuket. Please note that this cruise is not luxury however you will have to share toilers or showers. For more details visit: www.discoverythailand.net

6. Ha Long Bay, Vietnam:
Bay of the Descending Dragon or Ha Long Bay of northeastern Vietnam is parted away with 3,000 precipitous strangely sculpted limestone islands. This place is supposed to be a hub of beaches and floating villages. UNESCO had named this site as one of the best World Heritage sites. For more details visit: www.footprintsvietnam.com

7. Seychelles Islands:
Charter a yacht and see unexplored islands of Seychelles. If you think that you cannot smoothly sail, you have the option to hire a crew or skipper. But if you are experienced sailor, you can take the boat with yourself. It depends on wind that how many days you would be able to sail through water. For more details visit: www.indianocean-adventure.com

8. Dhow Cruise, Straits of Hormuz, Oman:
Strait of Hormuz is the mouth of the Persian Gulf. When you sail through this strait, you would see mountains and villages. Dhow Cruise is a classic and traditional wooden boat. This boat also gives you the opportunity to swim or dive in the Persian waters. It would be really impressive trip if you choose Dhow cruise. For more details visit:www.msaoman.com

9. Lamu Island, Kenya:
Lamu Island lies near the coastal areas of Kenya. Its historic buildings are adding a natural decorum. This place offers you to discover isolated villages, archipelago and ancient ruins. You should try 3 hours trip to Manda Island. Besides, the cruise you would use also gives you the opportunity to cook whatever you catch in fishing. For more details visit:www.peponi-lamu.com

10. Évia Island Cruise, Greece:
Evia is the second largest island of Greece. It is separated from mainland by only 40 meters. When you sail through the Evia, you would discover wilderness, sea birds, private island of Petali and many other adventures. It would be better if you travel with a group of 8 people otherwise you can hire a professional crew for your safety. For more details visit:www.exodus.co.uk

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