Harbors of Enchantment
A Yachtsman’s Anthology
By Cynthia Kaul
with Jill Bobrow and Dana Jinkins
Scenery and culture change around the world from port to port. But one thing remains the same. For sojourner, spectator, and sailor alike, there is magic down by the waterfront-portents and possibilities and passages to anywhere. Harbors are portals to the whole world, the doorways from civilized domestic ordered life out into physical dangers, beauties, and the unknown.
Harbors of Enchantment: A Yachtsman’s Anthology explores the world’s best or most favored destinations of seafaring folk. The locales are diverse, including grand harbors such as Sydney and Hong Kong and lesser-known hideaways on the coasts of Turkey and Thailand. The editors surveyed yachtsmen from all over the globe, many of whom are now deceased, such as, Carleton Mitchell, Malcom Forbes, William F. Buckley, and Prince Rainier. This is a book for all who are drawn to the water.