Explore the Pacific region of the Blake Sea, a popular spot for sailing in Second Life. On the eastern shore, you'll find the nearby SL Sailing Academy and Starboard Yacht Club.
Visit Fish Tales for [N-O] Sport Fishing tournaments three days a week (Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday) starting at 5pm SLT. It is also a voice chat hangout with a rezz zone next door for people who want to rezz a watercraft and go sailing or motorboating on the Blake Sea as the land parcel has Blake Sea access. There are plenty of photo opportunities at this fun destination so visit soon!
Embark on a coastal voyage at Imolarto Bay, a hidden oasis on mainland. A perfect blend of thrilling adventures and tranquil retreats, you'll find fun activities like bungee jumping, volleyball, and more. Prefer solitude? Retreat to the secluded hideaways, perfect for peaceful moments. Sail the open waters, or go beneath the waves to explore an enchanting underwater world.
Bjarkavik is Rungardvik's sailing outpost in Second Norway, from which they launch their sailing expeditions across the Blake Sea and enjoy the summer season, Viking style. All are welcome to explore this Norway-inspired island. Rez Zone is available on the premises. No strict RP protocols, just fun!
Mowry Bay Yacht Club is a beautiful reincarnation of the second oldest sailing destination. Visitors can explore the new grounds, rez their boat or even catch a ferry. To the east stands the original and historic clubhouse dating back to 2008 and to the west is the equally historic Mowry Bay Community Center. Certainly, there is plenty to explore.
East River Marina is open to the public. All residents are welcome to come and launch their watercraft here. They are adjacent to the Sea of Fables with vast areas of protected water. Available for organized events. Contact Timothy McGregor for any special accommodations.
International airport with harbor marina serving Second Life. Visitors can enjoy a variety of pastimes and hobbies associated with the water, such as scuba diving, sailing and fishing. There is also long term storage for aircraft and boats.
Gulls Wing Sailing Club is a quiet haven for experienced sailors, and a place for new sailors to learn the ropes and enjoy an affordable waterfront existence. All visitors are welcome to come try a host of activities. There are range of membership options are available, including sailing, moorings and residences.
Located at Starboards Yacht Club, the SL Sailing Museum provides much useful information about the SL sailing community including listings for yacht clubs and SL sailing blogs. You'll also find info on the history of sailing in Second Life, including videos that you can watch inworld.
Got a new boat? A safe spot to rez and test it out is at Bering, a tranquil space to get your sea legs.
Public marina and dock at Kirkby, across from historic Linden Village. Launch your watercraft here and explore the waters of Sansara, the original Second Life continent. Don't have your own boat? Come by anyway and borrow a dingy by the Dockmaster's house, or go upstairs and grab a snack. There is still plenty to see and experience in Linden Village!
The Blake Sea was designed for Boater and Aircraft Enthusiasts. Visit The Swimming Hole and its Cove and bring your boat or aircraft. Explore and live the Beach Life! With direct access to the Blake Sea, moor your boat here, swim, and enjoy the area with great photo opportunities. There are also card games, and pier shopping - take the teleport from the landing point.
The ultimate scuba experience along the Fruit Islands Trench, crossing 8 regions and some of the most scenic underwater reefs in Second Life. Try one of the free submersibles or bring your own gear. Brought to you by Steelhead Scuba, the most popular line of scuba gear and accessories in Second Life.
White sand beaches and beautiful views of the distant waves. Come relax in this white sand tropical beach paradise, explore a mini jungle and the sand bars. Discover hidden places and places to cuddle watching the beautiful islands and waves. Try surfing the dual crest waves on a long long wave run, or jumping waves on a gxr jetski while trying to get on the scoreboard. Bring your camera!
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