Japan, Nagasaki, Dejima Marina

Nagasaki, Dejima marina 32°34’.65N: 129°52’.17E

Approach upriver is well buoyed and interesting with a lot of commercial traffic.
Very good central location, customs and port office very nearby.

Good tram system for getting around. Marina is small and very expensive, but worth it for a couple of days.

We heard from another yacht that they could not get off the marina as the gate was locked, when we were there another yacht let us out, but without getting the dinghy out it would be possible to drop somebody ashore, the marina office is right opposite the marina gate.

Nagasaki itself is well worth the visit, we found it more grueling than Hiroshima.

Dejima was the first western trading post in Japan, established by the Dutch.

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