Linden Lab Connects The Bellisseria Continent With The Satori Continent

The continents now joined up

After months and years of waiting today Linden Lab have officially connected the Bellisseria continent with the Satori continent. The lab have added Carmine Sky, Cthulhu and Windover Cay regions within the past 24-48 hours or so. Yay! 🙂

The Satori continent already connects with the Blake Sea, Nautilus, Corsica and Gaeta V going north east. The Bellisseria continent already connects with Sansara down south and Jeogeot up north. This is a super massive continent now.

This is great news for those that love travelling by boat, aircraft, flying around the grid. Great work Linden Lab.


7 thoughts on “Linden Lab Connects The Bellisseria Continent With The Satori Continent

  1. I guess you can fly from Bellisseria to Nautilus to the Blake Sea, etc., but I think LL will have to add some 20 navigable regions to Satori going up along the west coast (or more chalet regions?) before sailing become a reality. Most of the potential waterways on the southwest side of Satori are blocked.

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  2. Echoing what Ruya says, although I would estimate the number of navigable regions would be closer to 30, if they are to support a boating/sailing experience that is not excruciating. Open water is heartily appreciated by the SL boating community. It would be much easier and quicker to drop down open water sims than to plan an plot new Linden Home regions as well.

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  3. Well I was about to ask if it’s possible to sail from Bellisseria to Blake Sea, but reading the comments it came clear to me that not yet.


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