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Hi friends.
I am trying to collect a book full of all the sailboat hide a ways I can find in the southern U.S, central Ameraica, and all of South Ameraica.
Where precisely is your favorite place to anchor your boat, what is there to see and do, about how much will it cost in a days time.
With this info and photos that we will take. I hope will help people with sailboats to get away and find a place to just be alone or spend quite time with friends.
Thank you.
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The purpose of a hide-a-way is to be alone if you want...thus the need for keeping it secret. I don''t want to show up at my favorite places and find everyone else checking them out too.
Call me selfish...but....

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BLAW,BLAW,BLAW...
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Sailboat hide a ways?

Remember that beautiful little hideaway in Colorado? As soon as it made it to Backpacker magazines 10 best trails in america it became a traffic jam loaded with people!
I think a better question might be, what are some of peoples favorite places to visit with regards to fun things to do in a safe and easygoing environment (ie. least customs/locals hassle and red tape).
We (yes Phoenix and I are new sailing partners) are looking for all the cool places to go. Time isn''t really as big a concern as money. There have to be places to visit that aren''t so "Tourist Priced".
Any suggestions are appreciated and if it is the unknown gem of the world, I''ll understand if you don''t give it up.

Here''s salt in your eye''s!
...or is it, wind in your sails?
anyway,
Happy Sailing!
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Sailboat hide a ways?

Ya maybe Hide a way is not the right wording for (GREAT PLACES TO ANCHOR)
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As a kid I use to go caming and fishing in Yosemite Nat''l Pk.in Cal. We would just pull up between a couple trees and set up camp, strike up a campfire and do a little fishing. Now you have to make reservations a year ahead of time just to get into the place. The last time I was there (1990) I couldn''t even find my favorite camping spot and there were so many people it was more like a small city.
I agree with PhoenixWEA! Your going to get a lot of negitive response........
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