Mansion House – america, it is that the largest island city in the planet, a vibrant city that curves its way all around the shores from the america. Referred to as ‘city of sails’ due to the masses of theres that grace its waters ; their white sails catching the wind could be seen everywhere from sailing beneath the Harbour Bridge to heading over the bay to one of the numerous enchanting islands.
iters possess a love for sailing and many of the most famous sailors in the planet were born in ‘the land from the long white cloud’ as it‘s known ; like Sir Peter Blake and Russell Coutts and lots of, many more. I had the privilege of understanding how to sail during these waters and was taught using a famous boat designer, Alan Wright.
America’s main attraction for myself was the america using its many islands to sail to and explore. There is a fantastic 1. 2 million hectares of coast and islands during this region.
Waiheke Island one among my favorites is referred to as ‘jewel from the america. ‘ I loved to reach ashore and spent hours in its many craft and art galleries, its unique cafes as well as on its golden beaches. It is a haven for 30 boutique vineyards and in fact how could I resist sipping upon the award winning wines.
it is definitely an iconic volcanic island and scenic reserve which stands
proudly in sight of the most city and can also be seen from most waterfront suburbs.
It‘s a popular destination for bird watching and hiking which provide you with spectacular panoramic views and only one of many interesting islands I had the pleasure of sailing among.
it Island I spent a great deal of time sailing to and around mainly anchoring at beautiful Mansion House Bay or further round from there Club depending that was the foremost sheltered. Swimming and exploring, meeting up with friends on other theres as it‘s a preferred place for Sailing Clubs to satisfy following a fun race.
Great Barrier Island is 90k from america and probably the most tranquil and unspoiled places you will ever visit. Bays that‘s so breathtakingly beautiful rich in hills all around you and crystal clear waters with great anchorages. You are able to explore the forest trails and secluded hot springs, one bay even had an old bath inside a tin shed having a wood water heater… should have been to the thereies we certainly used it.