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A superyachting guide to Asia Pacific cruising destinations, with sample itineraries
The Asia-Pacific is one of the last havens of untouched cruising in the world


For the adventurous or curious seeking an untouched world, Solomon Islands offer a far-flung tropical setting incorporating all the elements of a first class novel - ‘pirates’, cannibals, white sand beaches, friendly islanders and romance.
Solomon Islands - A superyacht guide to Asia Pacific cruising destinations, with sample itineraries
There are 992 islands extending 900 miles (1,400 km) SE from Papua New Guinea. The islands are infrequently visited by tourists and are the Pacific’s best kept secret. The islands are home to 416,000 people of whom an estimated 60,000 live in the capital, Honiara.

The main islands of Choiseul, New Georgia, Santa Isabel, Guadalcanal, Malaita, and Makira are of mainly volcanic origin. With rugged, rainforest-clad mountain ranges, deep narrow valleys, coconut palms and reefs-a-plenty, the country offers a multitude of choices for the adventurous.

Motor or sail to one of the smaller atolls for your own desert island paradise. Often spectacularly beautiful, these uninhabited spots are the perfect place to have the chef serve up a picnic for two, without another soul in sight.
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