Vessels of all Sizes. From our smallest boat Eve of St Mawes a pilot cutter, through Bessie Ellen a two masted ketch up to three masted square rigger Europa.
Unlikely; but if we can’t find a new place for you to sail Adam will eat his hat.
Have you sailed mostly in one place?
Time to explore new sailing grounds we have lots to choose from.
We regularly have voyages in the Cape Verde Islands, the Canary Islands, the Pacific and most winters the Caribbean or Mediterranean. Mid Atlantic Crossings every year and occasional Indian Ocean voyages.
Europe in its summer is mostly warm often hot and we have voyages in France, UK, Ireland and Norway most years.
We go to Antarctica in the Southern Hemisphere summer and to the Arc tic in northern hemisphere summer.
The list of places we go to is long and constantly changing. One of my favourite yacht names is “Forever Changes” and that pretty much sums up our schedule of voyages. Have a look at our Destinations and Wildlife Menu above for current voyage areas.
"The voyage exceeded my expectations...
Annabel J Aug 2012
I could not let too much time to pass before putting a few thoughts on the websit...
" A journey I will remember for the rest of my life - most enjoyable was sailing to St Kilda and landing there; isla...