Simpson Marine Search Yachts
3rd June 2020

Eat, sail, draw – Tony Chen

We were able to enjoy a three-day trip to Penghu in the company of several owners. Our surroundings were very beautiful and inspiring and in fact two of the owners’ wives are artists and they drew many beautiful pictures during our time on the water.

We had a great three days of sailing on a Beneteau Oceanis 60 and the weather was perfect. It was the ideal setting for exploring several of Penghu’s beautiful islands. The whole trip was a pleasure, but one of the highlights had to be exploring the area’s many coral gardens. There are many amazing dive sites, all filled with beautiful tropical fish and a kaleidoscope of colours. The landscape was equally breathtaking on top of the water, with the picturesque rock formations of the islands forming the main source of inspiration for our resident artists. We were completely free to enjoy this relaxing time on the yacht, as we hired a professional chef who treated us to dish after dish of delicious food. Every meal was a delight, particularly a nautical themed sashimi dinner, which featured a stunning presentation complete with shells, corals and seaweeds and delicious local seafood. Over much too soon, this trip was a wonderful, relaxing escape.

With over 90 islands and islets, Penghu is the ideal place to explore by yacht. I would recommend a sailing trip to anyone looking to enjoy stunning beaches, beautiful views, fresh seafood and unforgettable diving.

Country Manager, Taiwan

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