This marina completed in 2013 is located in North Taiwan and is well-connected with Taipei. It offers 36 floating docks with shore power. It also has a hardstand area, boathouse, haul-out with gantry crane and a visitor centre. Branded agents provide yachting services, yacht butlers, captains and terminal management.
Wushi Harbour is a surfers’ paradise, ideal for beginners, tucked away on the east coast of Taiwan. 6nm east of Wushi is Guishan Island (a.k.a. Turtle Island). This area is popular for whale-watching tours. Common bottlenose dolphins, spinner dolphins, pigmy killer whales and sperm whales can usually be spotted.
Located on the southwest coast of Taiwan, Tainan City is known for its centuries-old fortresses and temples. The city is home to two famous 17th Century forts, Fort Zeelandia (1624) and Fort Provintia (1653).
The Anping Sailing Club, established in 2015, is very active in promoting sailing in the region. T. +866 6 298 7749 | E. email@example.com
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