Exploring the coasts of British Columbia is an experience unlike any other. It offers explorers breathtaking views of the surrounding nature, interspersed beach towns, backwoods lodgings, and fishing villages. If you’ve never been to the coasts of British Columbia before, here are some useful things that you may want to know…
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Picture this… you climb up on deck of your private yacht just in time to watch the sunrise above the ocean from a picturesque island cove, where you have just spent the night. Your skipper points out the next island stop in the distance with a glowing golden beach
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As the sun rose higher in the sky, people began to appear from their various sleeping spots around the boats. Breakfast was then eaten on deck, before the three yachts set sail. Although we had intended to buy enough supplies to last a few days, our food was again running low, so a stop was scheduled at Hydra.
And what a beautiful stop it was; we could definitely see why Hydra is considered a celebrity hideout! It was a stunning island with breath taking views, idyllic scenery and, as there is no transport on the island, streets filled with donkeys. Needless to say, we took A LOT of photos of the donkeys…
I ended the night curled up on deck, at the front of our boat. Lying on top of our dingy and covered in thick blankets, I had the perfect view of the Dhokos hills sloping into the sea. As morning drew closer and the sun rose on another day in Greece, I got to watch the sky change colour. It was idyllic and a truly unforgettable experience…