Suraya Bay

Suraya Bay was a coastal resort on the planet Risa, known for having villas built right into the cliffs.

The Risian celebration known as Lohlunat was celebrated at Suraya Bay. (ENT: "Two Days and Two Nights")

Jonathan Archer looked forward to visiting Suraya Bay during his planned shore leave to Risa in 2152 where he thought it was a perfect spot to enjoy a few good books, and perhaps do a little diving. (ENT: "Desert Crossing")

In the final draft script of "Two Days and Two Nights", an initial scene description of this area referred to it as "a spectacular coastline. A Risan bay lays before us. Quaint villas are perched on the ruggedly beautiful cliffs towering above the crashing surf. In a word, gorgeous."
From Star Trek Encyclopedia (4th ed., vol. 2, p. 346), "The beautiful vistas of Suraya Bay in "Two Days and Two Nights" were matte paintings by Bill Maher, whose other visual effects credits include Star Trek Generations, the Star Wars special editions, and Alias".
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