Sailing Boat Images

Coffs Harbour

Just a Memory - Coff Harbour

Moored on one of the two mooring in the outer Harbour. Row into the beach and the yacht club is only a short walk for cold beers, hot showers and a feed. Good people. More on Coffs Harbour

Portland Victoria

Really nice little town and a welcome break after crossing the Southern Ocean from Perth. Only downside no showers, showers are public showers in town 10min walk. I found a good cheap hotel on agoda and only a short walk from the yacht. Nice to have a dry place for a few days, The yacht had a lot of moister after weeks of sailing in storms.

Refuge Cove
Wilsons Promontory Victoria

Beating into the Wind towards towards Wilson Promontory 

Volcano Rabual PNG

Sailing Boat Images are the memories that you take to capture your dream adventure the Adventure of a lifetime, the exotic locations you will visit and the people you will meet.

Some people are blessed with a great eye for taking amazing Sailing Boat Images for the rest of us we take great photos mixed with some amazing images and video.

On this page you will find tips and techniques to improve your sailboat images. We also provide tools that will help you take better images.

My first Tip

Buy an amazing and simple camera, I have many but the best for travel is the Sony RX 100, The image taken above is with this camera just a quick snap and the sunset was gone forever.

Sony RX100

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