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West Coast of Ireland sailing holiday

Sailing the beautiful west coast of Ireland is something not many people get to do. Departing Belfast (Bangor Marina) the boats will follow the North Channel up over the top of Ireland and around to face the great Atlantic Ocean. From here on in, this stage of the journey will be characterised by the formidable nature of the Atlantic swell - a great opportunity for those wishing to experience sailing at the threshold of the second greatest ocean in the world. Once the vessels have passed Galway to port, and have rounded the most southern point of Ireland, they will proceed to run towards the Bristol Channel complete with dolphins to Cardiff – the capital of Wales. This is a simply a ...Read more >
From £2,254 excluding flights

West Coast of Scotland sailing holiday

The west coast of Scotland is renowned for its beautiful scenery and stunning sailing area. From a sailing point of view it is 2nd only to the South coast of the UK as a cruising area. The abundance of bird life, Whales and Dolphins and of course the myriad of islands. This trip will start in Oban and, depending on the weather will take in a visit to Tobermory (famous on TV as Balamory), Tarbert Aran and more. The sail to Crinan passes the islands of Jura and Scarba (and the famous Correyvechan – don’t worry, we will see it from a distance!) where you will negotiate the sea lock and the self-operated locks of the Crinan Canal. The Crinan Canal was voted the prettiest waterway in the UK ...Read more >
From £985 excluding flights

South Coast of England sailing holiday

The final leg of our journey around Britain starts from Plymouth with a visit to Brixham followed by a long sail to Weymouth, passing Portland Bill and its famous race before stopping in the Solent, possibly Cowes the home of UK sailing – to get our breath back. We will spend a day exploring the Solent possibly stopping at Gosport before a pleasant sail to Hayling Island or Littlehampton. From there it is gentle sailing with the prevailing wind past Beachy Head and the Seven Sisters to Eastbourne and Ramsgate. The last day includes an early start and possibly a night at anchor before arriving at our home port of Burnham where the Harbour staff promise a warm reception including a BBQ.Read more >
From £985 excluding flights

Caledonian Canal sailing holiday, Scotland

This is a real must even if you don't like sailing. The Great Glen has some of the most stunning scenery in the world. Sailing alongside mountains, high above sea level, is a unique experience. Starting at Inverness you will rise up through the lock system and traverse this world-renowned feat of engineering that is the Caledonian Canal, linking the natural lochs of Loch Lochy, Loch Oich, Loch Ness and Loch Dochfour, and including the famous ‘Neptune’s Staircase’. This is a relaxing week cruising some of the world's most beautiful inland waterways and lochs.Read more >
From £985 excluding flights

UK sailing holiday, Edinburgh to Belfast

Edinburgh to Belfast. The second stage will see each boat leave the Firth of Forth and make headway north around the top of Scotland, passing the prepossessing Cape Wrath, before finally turning south towards Ireland. Potential stops are: Peterhead, Wick, Possibly Shetland or even the Orkneys, The west coast of Scotland provides splendid sailing and matchless scenery. The inshore winds can prove turbulent, rapidly turning from squalls to gusts as a result of the lochs, mountains and myriad islands offshore. This two-sided coin of both exhilarating sailing and beautiful panoramas provides an unforgettable experience for the adventurous. With Scotland behind them, each boat will cross the ...Read more >
From £2,254 excluding flights

Bristol Channel to Essex sailing holiday

What a sailing trip this is: See the dolphins of the Bristol Channel, sail round Lands End and the famous Longships before exploring the Jurassic coast of the UK. You may stop in famous ports like Plymouth or Brixham before Weymouth and sailing through the Solent, home of British sailing. A stop in Cowes may be in the mix before a sail along the south coast passing Beachy Head and and the Seven Sisters. This journey ends with some challenging navigation past Dover and across the formidable Thames Estuary. back to the home of East Coast sailing - Burnham on Crouch. Just 55 minutes from the city of London.Read more >
From £1,950 excluding flights

East Coast of England sailing holiday

This one week sailing holiday is the first leg of an award winning round Britain trip. Sailing a Classic Sigma 38 cruiser racer you will have: * Your own cabin * Full Board * Top quality food * State of the art wet weather gear * No hidden extra charges * Award winning skippers After a gentle sail to the historic port of Harwich and Shotley Marina, this leg will sail north to Lowestoft before setting off on the long, 24 hour passage to Whitby (the inspiration for Bram Stoker’s Dracula and the departure port of Captain Cooke’s ‘Endeavour’). After time exploring Whitby and "Fish and Chips" the final destination on this leg is the River Tyne, where the staff at the Quay Marina in the River ...Read more >
From £985 excluding flights

English Channel sailing holiday to Netherlands

A brilliant opportunity to put your navigation skills to good use, enjoy some great sailing, and explore the centre of Middelburg . This trip is ideal for anyone from novice to would be Yachtmasters and mile-builders alike. You can skipper a leg of over 60 miles (a yachtmaster qualifying passage) and gain precious experience of sailing across a shipping lane. We have three double cabins so, with only three customers on board, you can come on your own or with your partner. We will visit Vlissingen and Middelburg and possibly Ostend or Breskens. Your Yachtmaster Instructor is there to guide you if necessary and you can partake in as much of the navigation and sailing as you wish. * Your own ...Read more >
From £749 excluding flights

Cross Channel sailing holiday to Calais

This trip has some challenging navigation and is ideal for anyone wishing to gain experiencefrom novice to would be Yachtmasters and mile-builders alike. You can skipper a leg of over 60 miles (a yachtmaster qualifying passage) and gain precious experience of sailing across a shipping lane. We hope to visit Calais and Ramsgate, negotiating the Goodwin Sands and the sandbanks of the Thames Estuary and enjoy some French cuisine on the way. Your Yachtmaster Instructor is there to guide you if necessary and you can partake in as much of the navigation and sailing as you wish. Join the night before the trip sails to prepare the passage plan and meet your crewmates.Read more >
From £749 excluding flights

Newcastle to Inverness sailing holiday

This one week sailing holiday is the first leg of an award winning round Britain trip. Sailing a Classic Sigma 38 cruiser racer you will have: * Your own cabin * Full Board * Top quality food * State of the art wet weather gear * No hidden extra charges * Award winning skippers After a gentle sail to the wonderful Holy Island of Linisfarne you will explore the amazing east coast of Northern England and Southern Scotland. The Farne Islands, Arbroath Smokies, the pretty port of Whitehills and the entrance to the Great Glen at Inverness. Words just cannot describe the magnificence of the scenery and wonderful wildlife that can be seen.Read more >
From £985 excluding flights

Cross Channel sailing holiday

This is a fantastic voyage and is ideal for anyone from novice to would be Yachtmasters and mile-builders alike. You can skipper a leg of over 60 miles (a yachtmaster qualifying passage) and gain precious experience of sailing across a shipping lane. We hope to visit historic Dieppe, Boulogne and Ramsgate, negotiating the Goodwin Sands and the sandbanks of the Thames Estuary and enjoy some French cuisine on the way. Your Yachtmaster Instructor is there to guide you if necessary and you can partake in as much of the navigation and sailing as you wish. Join the night before the trip sails to help prepare the passage plan and meet your crewmates. What you get: * Your own cabin * Full ...Read more >
From £935 excluding flights

Cross channel sailing holiday to Ostend

A brilliant opportunity not only to challenge your navigation skills, enjoy some great cuisine at the Royal North Sea Yacht Club, and explore the centre of Belgium's biggest seaside resort. This trip is ideal for anyone from novice to would be Yachtmasters and mile-builders alike. You can skipper a leg of over 60 miles (a yachtmaster qualifying passage) and gain precious experience of sailing across a shipping lane. We have three double cabins so, with only three customers on board, you can come on your own or with your partner. We will visit Ostend, Dunkerque and Ramsgate, negotiating the Goodwin Sands and the sandbanks of the Thames Estuary. Your Yachtmaster Instructor is there to guide ...Read more >
From £749 excluding flights

Essex to Edinburgh sailing holiday

Amazing sailing along a challenging and ever changing coastline. From the marshland of rural Essex close to London past the rolling hills of Suffolk and onto the Majesty of Flamborough head. This is not a non stop sail and potential stopping points are Lowestoft, Scarborough, Whitby, Newcastle, Arbroath and more before arriving at Scotland’s beautiful capital city- Edinburgh. Mooring close to the Royal Yacht Britannia at Leith Marina there is much to explore in Edinburgh and what better way to arrive than by sea and under sail.Read more >
From £1,850 excluding flights

Irish Sea sailing holiday, Rhu to Milford Haven

Following a visit to the picturesque fishing harbour of Portpatrick (a journey back in time) our route will take us across the Irish Sea to Bangor then a sail down the coast before crossing to Milford Haven. This route takes in the lovely island of Ailsa Craig and the Gannet colony. You can watch them diving from great heights and emerging from the sea with their prey. Ireland is only 60 miles from Portpatrick and is a glorious day sail. The Irish coast is beautiful and, despite Brexit, there are no passport restrictions on UK visitors. From Ireland the yachts will sail for Milford Haven and the wonderful Pembroke-shire coastline.Read more >
From £985 excluding flights