These are the current Schengen countries. None are in the Pacific
Austria Belgium Czech Republic Denmark
Estonia Finland France Germany
Greece Hungary Iceland Italy
Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Malta
Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal
Slovakia Slovenia Spain Sweden
I guess you are looking ahead. The current situation for non EU citizens intending to cruise in Schengen countries is pretty murky.
Noonsite carries some good info see clicky
Applying for the visa once you have left your home country is very difficult indeed
Do not pole up to immigration expecting them to be unaware of the time spent in country. Computers are wonderful.
Comment received November 3 2010 from Frank Balmer, SV Freewind
Don't be so sure you will not be caught on a Schengen overstay. Upon leaving our boat in Spain my wife and I flew home on seperate airlines. She flew through Frakfurt and was questioned about how long she had been in Europe. The immigration officer got frustrated going through her passport and passed her through.
I went through Switzerland and was not so lucky. When the officer could not find the right stamp I was escorted to the immigration office and notified that I had illegally overstayed the alloted 90 days. Papers were filled out that will be sent to the courts for determination of the situation. From the demeanor of the officials I don't feel that I will be fined but who knows.
I do know that I will not be allowed to re-enter for at least 90 days. I was one of dozens that had been stopped for questioning.
It does seem that the Schengen agreement did not consider the pace that cruisers like to move at.
The UK is not a Schengen member so time spent there does not count. Try to fit in the west coast of Scotland which is a wonderful cruising area in summer IF and it is a BIG IF the weather is reasonable.