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Stop At: Avachinsky Bay, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Russia
Avacha Bay is the main transport gate of Kamchatka, the second largest bay in the world: it is second only to Guanabara Bay, on the bank of which stands Rio de Janeiro. Today Avacha Bay is able to accommodate the entire world fleet. The area of the Avachinskaya Bay exceeds 200 square kilometers, it cuts into the inland land by 24 kilometers. The Russians opened the Avachinskaya Bay in 1703, several months before the founding of St. Petersburg.
Gateway to the bay - two capes, Bezymyanny and Mayachny. During a storm in the ocean, the bay serves as a haven for ships that come here from all over the Avacha Bay to wait out bad weather.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Three Brothers Rocks, Avachinskaya Bay, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Russia
The Three Brothers Rocks, a symbol of Avacha Bay and the city of Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, are located at the entrance to the bay, at a distance of 14.5 kilometers in a straight line from the historic center of the city. The monument of nature consists of three pillar-shaped rocks, kekurs, which stand in the water 300 meters from the eastern shore of the Avacha Bay. The Three Brothers Rocks is an identification mark of the Avacha Bay, revered by Kamchatka people and recognized by all who visited the peninsula.
According to legend, in ancient times, three beautiful young men from the tribe who lived on the shores of the Avacha Bay decided to protect their people from the mighty ocean waves. The brothers stood at the entrance to the bay and covered it with their bodies from the tsunami. So they stand still, meeting the ships entering the bay.
Duration: 1 hour