Sri Lanka, the land of pristine beaches, stunning landscapes, situated along the 1340 km stretch of its coastline, provides immense potential for an aspiring traveller to explore it whether by land or sea with no loss of breath-taking scenes, wildlife and adventure.
Whether you prefer the slow pace of a wind sailing yachts or the adrenaline rush of a motor powered catamaran, the Southern Coast of Sri Lanka provides many opportunities to start your journey around the country or just around the South, East or North coast.
A mini marina situated adjacent to Weligama fishing harbour or the Mirissa harbour provides an ideal spot to start your journey by sea. The South coast tours that cover a great arc of sun baked coastline from Galle in the West to Thissamaharama in the East is best covered during the period of November to Mid-April. A trip from Galle or Weligama towards Thissamaharama or Hambanthota can take you to some of the best beaches, diving and surfing locations in Southern Sri Lanka as well as providing you with an opportunity to meet whales and dolphins, the giants and players in the Indian Ocean.
Berthing of Sailboats is provided at Weligama and Mirissa fishery harbours while Mirissa also offers maintenance and repair services to yachts, catamarans and all kinds of sailboats roaming the oceans.