Are you still looking for your ideal sailing trip? Read on to discover our top five destinations coming up during our late summer and autumn months.

Discover Island Life on the Channel IslesCave view


A delight for any seafaring explorer, miles of coastline, bays and coves, glorious white sandy beaches and a challenging and exciting sailing area. Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Herm and Alderney are the five main islands that constitute the Channel Islands, and although often referred to as one group, they are in fact administered by two ‘bailiwicks’, being those of Jersey and Guernsey, and each has its own distinct character and identity, as do the islands. There is really only one way to explore these waterlocked islands and that is by boat.

Provident – 6 days Details
Brittany or Channel Isles
Per Person | GBP £795.00
Sat, 03/09/2016 – 13:00
Fri, 09/09/2016 – 13:00

Beautiful Brittany

Boasting more than 2700 kilometres of coastline, Brittany definitely deserves its reputation as a sailor’s delight.  The great diversity of landscapes and locations ensures this cruising ground offers visitors so much to see and do.


This stretch of coastline has a number of islands and islets including: Ushanta rugged island which marks the north-westernmost point of European France, the Ile de Sein with its dangerous reefs and numerous lighthouses and beacons and in the south, the Ile de Groix with sandy beaches and secluded bays. Highlights of the area include Camaret, located on the Crozon peninsula, a charming village with lots of cafes and restaurants. This peninsula looks like a granite anchor thrust into the sea and the peninsula offers a beautiful variety of sights with rugged granite outcrops on its southern shores and lush greenery in the north.

Leader – 6 days Details
Explore Brittany in 2016
Per Person | GBP £695.00 
Sat, 10/09/2016 – 13:00
Fri, 16/09/2016 – 13:00

Fine Sailing around the Hebrides and Western Isles

Sailing holidays in Scotland offer you some of the finest sailing waters in the country, how better to explore the rarely reached remote areas of the Western Isles or the charms and seclusion of the Inner Hebrides than on a traditional sailing vessel?

Admire the natural
DSC_0589 beauty of the Western Scotland, with scenery that will simply take your breath away. Rugged coastlines, endless sandy beaches, secluded sea lochs surrounded by mountainous backdrops and ever changing landscapes in the light. Combine this with a wealth of bird and marine life and a temperate maritime climate, a traditional sailing holiday is the finest way to take in your surroundings and experience the sense of getting away from it all. You can also visit the setting of the famous BBC children’s television series “Balamory” which is actually on the Island of Mull and in a place called Tobermory.

Tecla – 6 days Details
16-25 year olds pp | EUR €714.00 
26 years old & over pp | Offer! EUR €840.00 
Mon, 12/09/2016 – 18:00
Ullapool, Scotland
Sun, 18/09/2016 – 10:00
Tecla – 9 days Details
16-25 year olds pp | EUR €425.00 
26 years old & over pp | EUR €900.00 | 
Mon, 19/09/2016 – 18:00
Wed, 28/09/2016 – 10:00

Glorious Gothenburg

Gothenburg is the second largest city in Sweden lying on the west coast. This major city is becoming famous for its world class food and romantic architecture. We have a few voyages starting or ending in Gothenburg which makes travelling to this city to explore the delights even more appealing.


How Green was your Holiday?

Gothenburg prides itself on being Green with the majority of the population cycling come rain or shine. As one of the most progressive cities in regards to considering climate change, grocery shopping focuses on local produce and limited packing with dedicated organic and holistic stores dotted around the city. Big green parks are commonplace in Gothenburg too and if you don’t fancy cycling, the brightly coloured trams will see you on your way. Complete your holiday by sailing out of the canal and into the North Sea for a change of pace. .

Lord Nelson –  8 days Details
North Sea Tall Ships Regatta
Per Person | GBP Offer! GBP £790.00
Sun, 28/08/2016 – 16:00
Sun, 04/09/2016 – 10:00
Gothenburg, Sweden
Lord Nelson – 10 days Details
Gothenburg to Poole via 6 Nations!
Per Person | GBP £1,440.00 
Mon, 05/09/2016 – 16:00
Gothenburg, Sweden
Fri, 16/09/2016 – 10:00
Poole, UK
Oosterschelde –  7 Days Details
North Sea Adventure
4-6 Berth Cabin pp | EUR €750.00 
2 Berth Cabin pp | EUR €900.00 | 
Tue, 06/09/2016 – 10:00
Gothenburg, Sweden
Tue, 13/09/2016 – 09:00
Oosterschelde – 5 Days Details
City Breaks with a difference.
4-6 Berth Cabin pp | EUR €420.00 
2 Berth Cabin pp | EUR €500.00 | 
Sun, 18/09/2016 – 20:00
Thu, 22/09/2016 – 09:00
Gothenburg, Sweden

Little Lundy

Harbouring corals and a seal colony in its waters, as well as nesting puffins, carpets of bluebells and a rare local cabbage plant, Lundy Island attracts most attention from those in search of peace, quiet and unspoilt nature. Declared England’s first Marine Conservation Zone earlier this year, this National Trust-owned island is a dozen miles off the north Devon coast, but it feels much further removed from the pressures of everyday life. There are no cars, only one shop and a single pub – and after only a few hours, you soon find yourself slipping into the gentle rhythm of island life.


Lundy is very small, just three miles from north to south, with half a mile of grassland and heath between its Atlantic-facing coast and the eastern shore on the Bristol Channel. Once used as a granite quarry, as well as a refuge for pirates and political plotters, the entire island is now a working farm with an intriguing mix of buildings available for holiday lets, including a renovated castle, a converted barn, a lighthouse and a Regency house.

Irene – 3 days Details
3 day taster voyage – Lundy Island Adventure Voyage
Per Person | GBP £350.00
Fri, 09/09/2016 – 15:00
Mon, 12/09/2016 – 10:00
Irene – 3 days Details
3 day taster voyage – Lundy Island Adventure Voyage
Per Person | GBP £350.00 
Fri, 16/09/2016 – 15:00
Mon, 19/09/2016 – 10:00