May / June 2018

Broaden your skills and try something different - sail around Britain on a classic yacht. 

  1. Ultimate sailing adventure
    Learn to navigate the challenging tides of UK waters on the ultimate sailing adventure while gaining valuable experience. A once-in-a-lifetime experience or a brilliant way to start a gap year.  
  2. Travel and training
    The 8-week expedition combines travel, training and teamwork - and you get to add some impressive qualifications to your CV. Join a professional Yachtmaster and learn how to sail a 47-foot classic cruising ketch while making new friends with your fellow crew.
  3. Learn new skills
    As a crew member you will get involved in all aspects of life on board as you learn how to set the sails, handle the ropes, take the helm and keep a lookout while experiencing the spectacular coastline of the British Isles.
  4. No experience required
    The voyage is available to both novice and experienced sailors and can lead towards Royal Yachting Association (RYA) qualifications. Gain 2000 nautical miles towards an RYA Yachtmaster™ Offshore qualification (minimum 2500 nautical miles and 50 days at sea).
  1. 1
    Morbi nunc odi
    Set sail from one of the world’s largest natural deep-water harbours to follow in the footsteps of famous maritime heroes such as Robin Knox-Johnston and Ellen MacArthur.
  2. 2
    Morbi nunc odi
    Isles of Scilly
    Crystal clear waters and white sand beaches, the Isles of Scilly are the perfect destination on any expedition. Sail around five inhabited islands and 140 scattered islets at the southwestern-most point of the UK.
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    Morbi nunc odi
    From urban design to celeb-spotting, Dublin is a vibrant and ever-evolving city with plenty to discover. Whether you want tasty seafood, quirky shops or historic castles, Dublin has it all.
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    Morbi nunc odi
    Orkney Isles
    Orkney is special - as far as the eye can see. There's no other place in the British Isles quite like it. Let the wind guide you around its 70 islands - spellbinding, invigorating, relaxing and welcoming.
  5. 5
    Morbi nunc odi
    Stornoway is the main town on the island of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. The town has a bustling harbour and fascinating attractions including Lews Castle, a magnificent 19th century construction with fine grounds.
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    Morbi nunc odi
    Isle of Man
    Rugged coastal cliffs, rolling moorland and sandy beaches. Explore the Isle of Man's unique culture and fascinating heritage that stretches back thousands of years.


  1. Join an experienced skipper on a classic yacht
  2. Visit amazing places and meet interesting people
  3. Learn coastal navigation and meteorology
  4. Gain hands-on sailing experience


  1. LEG 1
    Falmouth - Isles of Scilly
    Following a welcome reception, introductions, safety briefing and itinerary discussion, our first day will be spent learning about the yacht whilst staying inshore with a night at Falmouth Marina. The next day we will set sail along the beautiful Cornish coastline filled with sun-kissed bays, dinky fishing ports and rugged headlands.
  2. LEG 2
    Isle of Scilly - Milford Haven
    Arriving at the Isles of Scilly we will moor in one of the local ports depending upon wind and tide conditions. Throughout this leg everybody will get the chance to practise different sailing skills taking turns at the helm, hoisting and trimming sails and learning as we go. You will start to get involved with planning tidal calculations and the managing of the yacht as we sail on the winds of the Atlantic Ocean. Relax and enjoy the sights with various sailing skills practiced and refined as we go around the sail past south-east England
  3. LEG 3
    Milford Haven - Dublin
    From Milford Haven it is a beat Northwest over the notorious Irish Sea. Working the tides and weather for the offshore sail up to Dublin will give the crew the chance to put the first part of training into practice while learning navigation as we go. A well deserved beer or glass of wine and a tasty meal ashore awaits in Ireland.

Gettinsburg Town Hall
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Country 25th July, 2014
4:15 PM GMT
    8 weeks - start from Falmouth, Cornwall £2500
    Our Round Britain adventure is fully inclusive of accommodation on board a classic yacht, wet weather gear, safety equipment, mooring fees, food, drinks and fuel. Whether you are looking to gain some useful qualifications whilst having a great time, or you simply want to spend time developing your sailing skills for personal fulfilment - call 07735 532006 or email [email protected] Make this the year you live your dream. .

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