Tambobo Bay in Bonbonon, a barangay of Siaton, has a fine harbour and is the province's main port of call for cruising yachtsmen; it usually has at least a few dozen anchored boats. It is also one of the country's main "hurricane holes"; the terrain around it provides considerable protection from storms so vessels anchor there when a typhoon is expected.
As of mid-2017, there is discussion of building a small airport for Siaton but no firm plan.
Lake Balanan is a scenic mountain lake in a protected wildlife area, a bit inland from Siaton.
There are usually some yachts for sale at Tambobo Bay.
Some of these vessels are more-or-less abandoned; their owners have settled in some Philippine city, or flown back to Australia, or whatever. Some of these boats can be had at quite attractive prices if you bargain well, though not all owners will accept a low price. Caution is advised since a boat that has not had regular maintenance for some time may develop all sorts of expensive problems. In the worst case, a boat might not be worth taking on even if the owner were giving it away.
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