7 Wonderful Cities to Live on a Sailboat

Whether you are looking to retire or simply want to live on a sailboat for leisure, there are so many choices!  This article focuses on seven cities to live on a sailboat located all over the world!  For a more complete list of cities worthy of sailing and being coastal, check out Architectural Digest or Conde Nast.



Of course we know Hawaii for having beautiful beaches, flora, and fauna.  But there is so much more, including great cuisine, museums, and of course the fabulous weather!  Who can beat the temperature, which hovers in the 80s but rarely goes above the 90s.



Did you know that the city is actually floating? The city was built on top of many islands, making it essentially an island itself!  With so much history to see as well, this is another great city to sail about in!


This city has not only beaches at your fingertips, but national parks,  gardens and even areas specially protecting wildlife.  Its also a bit of gem, being underrated compared to other cities in Australia, so if you are looking for the next best thing, look no further!


With its location on the southern tip of Florida, Miami has not only beautiful beaches, but also tons to do including snorkeling, fishing and even scuba diving.


Cities to Live on a Sailboat Helsinki

Helsinki It is made up of around 330 islands, which means there is plenty to see, and you have the capital of the country at your fingertips to check out should you venture to dry land!


Cities to Live on a Sailboat Barcelona

This city is not only known for great food, but tons of culture to explore!  Check out its museums, its architecture, and its sheer size, boasting being the  Mediterranean Sea’s largest city.


Cities to Live on a Sailboat Bangkok

There is so much to see and do in this wonderful city!  Not only are you privy to some of the best street food in the world, you have access to beautiful golf courses, temples, and wonderful architecture.

No matter where you look to sail in this lifetime, make sure to check out the entire world. There are no shortages of beautiful cities to sail in!

One Comment

  1. What was the criteria to determine the best places to live? Was cost a factor? Because many of those cities are expensive.

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