Cruising World Writes about Burma Boating

Cruising World Writes about Burma Boating

November 26, 2014 in Media


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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