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In the heart of the Indonesian archipelago lies the enchanting island of Bali, a sanctuary for sailors and yachters, looking for a diverse adventure on the high seas. As BoatPlanner gives you the essential cues, let the sea cradle your dreams, before your actual journey begins!

Benoa Harbour in Bali is close to the airport and well-equipped with marina facilities, serving as a base for nearby water excursions. Serangan Marina is a harbor with calm and protected waters, situated on the homonymous island near the southern coast of Bali. Anchor at Amed for snorkeling and diving, or to the Menjangan Island to explore the West Bali National Park.

Weather & Climate

The dry season on this tropical paradise spans from May to September ensuring optimum sailing conditions with gentle breezes and clear skies. The wet season runs from November to March.

History & Places of Interest

Bali, known as the ‘Island of Gods’ is a place where tradition and culture are woven into the local daily life. The numerous landmarks on this exotic landscape are tokens of the spiritual, religious, cultural, and artistic aspects of Balinese civilization. Witness traditional Kecak dance performances in Uluwatu Temple, a spiritual and cultural site perched on a cliff, with a breathtaking view of the ocean. Tanah Lot Temple is a testament to Balinese Hinduism and Besakih Temple, known as the ‘Mother Temple’ of Bali is the largest holy shrine on the island. Tirta Empul Temple is a water temple where locals and visitors can participate in a purification ritual by bathing in the holy spring. The Royal Palace in Ubud is an architectural masterpiece and a cultural center of Balinese art. Goa Gajah, the Elephant Cave, unveils the historical roots of Bali. The cave entrance is adorned with intricate carvings dating back to the 9th century. Taman Ayun Temple in Mengwi is a UNESCO-listed symbol of Bali’s cultural significance and the Bali Museum in Denpasar offers insights into the island’s heritage.


Bali’s beaches cater to various tastes, from the enchanting sands of Seminyak and the intimate coves of Padang Padang to the idyllic Nyang Nyang Beach for romantic couples, and from the bustling atmosphere on the crowded Kuta Beach to Nusa Dua Beach, the ultimate watersports hub for the active ones. Families with children usually prefer the shallow waters and the welcoming atmosphere of Sanur Beach.