The Magellan Sea Community Southern Rez Sites
One of the ongoing projects we have at Magellan is providing open access for sailing and flying. Land owners in the community agree to keep sailing lanes and skies open for the enjoyment of all Inworldz residents! As part of this effort, the Magellan welcome area maintains a voluntary list of “Rez Points” for boats and aircraft.
Land owners make open build areas (usually with a reasonable return object time limit), where anyone can rez and enjoy the many sims in our community. And given that almost all these sims are connected to the navigable Iz’s Oceans and each other, this gives a wonderful amount of space to enjoy!
The Magellan Sea Community is split into 2 distinct areas that are roughly, South or North of the Iz’s Oceans.
For this article I am going to talk about the “Southern” Magellan lands. I recently checked out Rez spots and took some pictures to give you a tantalizing look at what you could be enjoying (including my own sim, Phantom Rose… *wink*).
I am not going to include IZurl’s here as things do change and the best idea is for you to get a fresh copy of the Landmarks list from the Magellan Welcome area
Now lets take a look at some of the great sims you can visit!
Gregory Harbor (Ayr)
Dragon’s Gate Harbor
Phantom Rose Harbor
Caproni Rez area (Ionia)
Goldape Estates Rez (Coral Cape Is)
Bilavio’s Secret Sea Scape (Paradise Way)
Bilavio’s Paradise Cove ll
Longacre Meadows 1
Longacre Meadows 2
Lazy River at Loggos Harbor
Rez Area 1, Judique
Rez Area 2, Judique
Wow, that’s a lot of area for you to cover and I hope you will take time to come visit. This is not a complete list of the sims in the Southern Magellan Community. These are specific public Rez area’s. But all sims in Magellan are open to the public in some capacity. And many, like my sim, offer free boats or other modes of transportation for their guests! So come check us out; you will be glad you did.
I hope you enjoyed this article. Next time I will cover the Northern Lands of the Magellan Sea Community.
Fair Winds and Following Seas,