Friday, 4th August 2017
The Telegraph - Chris Leadbeater
Inhaling fresh sea air and feeling the wind in your hair - there's nothing quite like it. So it comes as no real surprise to learn that sailing holidays are proving more popular than ever before. And with a myriad of new destinations opening up and scope for as much or as little involvement as you like, sailing is no longer limited to the rich and famous cruising the Med.
If it's unchartered waters that floats your boat, look no further than Burma. Whilst temple tourism in Burma is undoubtedly on the increase, the natural beauty of the Myeik Archipelago remains largely undiscovered and the scenery is second to none. Our 10 day Sailing the Andaman Sea itinerary includes 5 days aboard a luxury crewed yacht which will transport you to one of the world's last truly unspoilt corners of paradise.
Read the full article here
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