A yacht sails quietly with the wind. Close your eyes and enjoy the sound of the waves and the salt tang of the sea. Soaking up the sun warms your heart as your cares slowly melt away. Taking in the blues of the sky and of the sea, you are filled with a refreshing feeling.
Here in the sea of Kujukushima. From Sasebo Bay to the Hirado Strait 25 kilometers to the north, there are 208 small to large islands known as Kujukushima. Kujuku(meaning '99' in Japanese) is often used this way simply to express a large number. Intricate ria coastlines and scattered islands create beautiful natural scenery, most of which are designated as part of Saikai National Park. It is also said that Kujukushima has the highest island density in Japan. Kujukushima was certified as an official member of the international NGO, “World's Most Beautiful Bays Club" in April, 2018. The “99TRITON" makes it possible for you to enjoy the magnificent nature of Kujukushima to the fullest.