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Discover the beautiful Marshall Islands

These beautiful islands are a collection of 1,225 islands and islets of which only five are single islands. The rest are grouped into 29 coral atolls which together make up more than one-tenth of all the atolls in the world resembling strings of pearls in a blue ocean backdrop. It is no wonder they are referred to as the 'Pearl of the Pacific'. They lie in two parallel chains known as sunrise and sunset (Ratak and Ralik) and in true atoll form, they are narrow and low and encircle large central lagoons. All the islands have glorious white sandy beaches, tall palms and are lapped by crystal clear waters. Join us in paradise for a sail of a lifetime.

Learn to sail the South Pacific
 
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Certifications and Prices

$2750 per person (double occupancy) and that includes 7 day sailing the islands, snorkeling the coral reefs, all meals aboard, and fuel.

Maximum of 2 students per course.

This is an ideal course for couples eager to learn to sail and cruise together in a friendly, stress-free environment.

 

 
Where to stay

We recommend that you stay at Hotel Robert Reimes in Majuro atoll. They will pick you up directly from the airport.
http://www.rreinc.com/rrehotel.html

If you would like more information on the beautiful Marshall Islands please visit this website;

http://www.visitmarshallislands.com

you can also download this Marshall Islands guidebook (pdf file); http://www.visitmarshallislands.com/pdf/guidebook.pdf

 

 
What to bring

Click here for our standard gear list. (pdf)

You will need a passport for this trip.

United States and all its territories, Federated States of Micronesia, Republic of Palau, Pacific Islands Forum Countries including Australia and New Zealand are exempted from the requirements of entry visa. Entry visa will be issued upon arrival to citizens of Japan, Korea, Republic of China (ROC) and Philippines provided the duration of the intended visit is no more than thirty (30) days, the visitor have a roundtrip or a transit ticket and a passport valid for at least one year. Citizens of all countries not listed above must present a passport valid for at least a year with an entry visa, a roundtrip or transit ticket before boarding and traveling to the Republic of the Marshall Islands.

For more information about applying for a passport, access the Consular Affairs' Bureau Web site at http://www.travel.state.gov At this site, you can also download passport application forms and receive information about the over 4,500 convenient locations to apply for a U.S. passport. Another option for information, forms, and to check the status of already submitted applications is the National Passport Information Center,1-900-225-5674 or, with a major credit card, 1-888-362-8668.

 

 
How to get here

Of the 29 atolls, 27 are accessible by small plane (Air Marshall Islands). Majuro and Kwajalein atolls, the two population centres are serviced by both Air Marshall Islands and Continental Air Micronesia Jet Aircraft. There are also regular flights to Guam, Hawaii and Fiji.

You will be flying into Majuro atoll.

http://www.visitmarshallislands.com/travel.htm

 

 
Forms

Click the following link for our STUDENT form which we'll need all participants to fill out and send back to us before each trip. STUDENT FORM

Click the following link for our LIABILITY form which we'll need all participants to fill out and send back to us before each trip. LIABILITY FORM

Address: Sunshine Coast Adventures
229 Banyan Lane Tavernier, Florida. 33070
Phone: 305.942.9645 | Fax: 305.852.6275
Email:jenny@sunshinesailing.com

 

 

   

Her Ladyship / Sunshine Coast Adventures
229 Banyan Lane Tavernier, Florida. 33070
TollFree #: 888-688-6744 | Phone: 305.942.9645 | Fax: 305.852.6275
Email:jenny@sunshinesailing.com

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