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Featured content represents a selection of five marinas, harbours, quays and bays that are great examples of the collaborative efforts of sailors using All featured content undergoes a thorough review process to ensure that it meets the highest standards in order to serve as the best example of

Kaloi Limenes: (Anchorage in Matala, Greece) Also known as Kali Limenes this east facing bay has a tiny harbour to the south and a beach to the north. The harbour is shallow and full of local boats. The beach has a small quay but again to shallow. Anchoring in the bay may be possible in the right conditions.

Diben River: (Harbour in Tregastel, France) A drying harbour behind a breakwater to the west of the approach. Boats arranged around the central rock and up the creek. A small collection of buoys near the end of the breakwater. The eastern village Primel-Tregastel has a couple of restaurants.

Port Werburgh: (Marina in Rochester, United Kingdom) Port Werburgh Marina is a traditional marina with modern facilities. There is a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, with few rules and good security. The Marina is part of Port Werburgh on the northern side of the Medway Estuary and is within easy sailing distance of the Thames estuary and the North Sea – with the coastal ports of mainland Europe just a few hours away. The Marina also benefits from excellent road access, including the M20, the A2/M2 and the M25.

Marina Quai Garnier: (Marina in Les Sables-d'Olonne, France) A small quayside marina close to the popular side of town near the beach, shops and restaurants. Accessed via a channel to the west of the beach and on the right (east) before the commercial basin and before Port Olona.

Les Bas-Sablons: (Marina in Saint-Malo, France) Just south of the main ferry terminals in a large bay protected by a solid breakwater below the Fort d'aled. Holding just short of 1300 berths on long pontoons with a sill to keep the basin flooded at low-tide.