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Supmar Marina y Estaleiro (Guarujá, São Paulo)

Things to do in São Paulo

One of the key features is that 60 percent of the coast of Sao Paulo consists of beaches, particularly the northern part; however, captains should take into account that this is mostly cold water, although, this fact should not discourage the navigator as he can navigate his boat through 149 islands, a delightful experience for tourists.

In the southern zone we find some natural, protected areas of environmental value; however, it also has large cities and business centers that have made this state known as the "locomotive of Brazil" for its recreational and business offering. Sailing is, perhaps, the most natural way to visit Sao Paulo, as activities for different types of sailboats, that visit the place throughout the year, even in winter, are organized. Ilhabela is protected from irregular winds, so its channel is ideal for visiting.

Porto Grande has the infrastructure any vessel could require and you can moor in the neighborhood of San Francisco and in Ilhabela Yacht Clubs. The quality and service are exceptional, especially in San Sebastian, which was the only port in Latin America selected for the mooring of the yachts in the Whitbread Round the World Race in 1998.

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