I have lived in Guam and have been back many times in the last few years...There arent many things you cant do on Guam,if you want it you can get it ..they have a vibrent sailing community and a nice yacht club..Typhoons are a major problem as they are in the middle of the typhoon belt.I have seen as many as 5 in as little as 3 months..Not many holes to hide in,but Big Navy
will let you put your boat in the harbor if its a direct hit...the wind
blows 10-15 everyday and 20-25 alot of the time...the closest land mass is the Northern Marianas(Siapan-Rota-Tinian) and thats 125 miles north of The Rock!South east you have Truk(Chuuck)which is really nice for sailing.Its about 450 miles away and the continent(Asia) is about 1500 miles away...The lady that represented the US in the Olympics
for sailboards is named Linda Yeomans and she is a very good contact for all things Guam,if you like I can give you her phone
# and you can call her...They race
a lot of the Lightning
class boats there also...Pm me if you like...Guam is a hot place for Americans right now with the relocation of the Marines from Okinawa..Just be careful as the gentleman from Georga congressman Hank says the place might tip over if too many of us go there...Good luck and dont eat any dogs
,they dont taste good,leave a waxy taste in your mouth for days..the Kelagwn is to die for and the giant fruit bats arent bad either,just expensive...