This is my first time sailing on the sea (ferry transfer does not count!) and it becomes an unforgettable memory in my life!
Everything is new but with information and reminder in advance and pre briefing, I followed the instructions, prepared anti-sea-sickness pill if required and minimum the lugguage as possible.
The weather was warm with sea breeze. Islands are not too far and it takes 4-4.5hrs averagely per sailing so you could visit one island per day.
Three cabins, sitting area and deck are neat and spacious. Life jackets and first aid kit are prepared on board.
We also stayed on board overnight for one day anchoring by one likely uninhabited island. After dinner, I saw stars all over the dark sky by lying on the deck. The view is also nice in the early morning with sea breeze.
Master, skippers and engineer are well trained and practically experienced and Master had attended King's Cup.
It is recommended for island hopping holiday for a group of family and friends or individual travelers so you could meet new friends.More