Yachting magazine Cruising World writes about Burma Boating in its December issue.
The article called "Lovely, Lonely Waters" says:
"The absence of tourists is largely attributable to Myanmar’s repressive government. Tourism numbers were for many years kept to a trickle, and foreign-owned businesses largely unheard of. However, over the past three years, the government has attempted to pull back the veil covering Asia’s last-frontier nation and introduce democratic and economic reforms. But while classic sailboats carry a lot of appeal, the real draw is the promise of empty islands topped with virgin jungle and azure-blue waters devoid of the white triangle sails that pierce the horizon in the world’s other tropical beauty spots. ´We sail for days without seeing any other boats or tourists,´ says Mayrhauser."
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