It might be in the name, but we’re not all about the Med! Every year we do at least one UK sailing trip to the UK. This year we’ll be exploring the magnificent Jurassic coastline, passing the Isle of Wight, taking the incredible scenery and stopping to explore some of the most iconic sites of Southern England.

Trip Highlights:

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3 Days sailing including Isle of Wight, Sandbanks, Studland Bay, Lulworth Cove

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Fully qualified RYA Skippers on both yachts

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Explore the beautiful Isle of Wight, Studland Bay and Durdle Door Arch

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Day kayaking experience around Lulworth Cove

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Some competitive racing under Spinnaker between the 2 matched yachts!

Price:  £293 per person

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Starts and ends in Port Hamble Marina, Southampton

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Ideal for both singles and couples, young and old

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No sailing experience necessary

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Sailing lessons from highly experienced RYA instructor

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Some of the best new friends you’ll ever meet

Itinerary

We’ll all have that Friday feeling, knowing we’re about to spend the May Bank Holiday at sea! You can meet anytime after 7:00pm at Port Hamble Marina ready for sunset drinks – if the UK weather permits and dinner in the marina. Friday night is purely about getting to know the crew and socialising – we don’t set off until Saturday morning.

Starting the day sailing the Solent past the stunning Isle of Wight, we’ll be sandwiched between the Hamstead Heritage Coast on the Isle of Wight on the port side and the North Solent nature reserve on the starboard side – truly a feast for the eyes! As we get in to the open, keep a look out for seals and dolphins and if you’re lucky we might spot the occasional basking shark! We’ll send the night anchored in the stunning Studland Bay just adjacent to Sandbanks in Poole. A beach BBQ is planned here and some swimming in the shallows of the bay.

On Sunday morning we’ll sail along from Studland Bay passing the impressive Old Harry’s rocks and visit Durdle Door arch before returning to anchor in the horseshoe shaped bay of Lulworth cove – one of the most impressive rock formations in the UK. We’ve got an afternoon of kayaking lined up for those who fancy it, to allow us to get up really close to the coastline and check out this striking scenery. We’ll kayak around the stunning Lulworth Cove before settling on the sand for a barbecue and beach party – yes you don’t have to be in the med to have a beach party!
You can check out the Kayaking here → www.jurassiccoastactivities.co.uk

Monday morning we’ll make our way back to the Port Hamble, stopping for the odd swim – if you’re brave enough on the way! We’ll start early today and break the day into 2 parts – a sail from Lulworth cove to Hurst point where we will anchor for lunch in the shadow of Henry VIII’s coastal fortress – Hurst Castle. After lunch we will set sail back down the most popular sailing grounds the UK – the Solent – arriving back to Port Hamble ~ 5 p.m.

It might be in the name, but we’re not all about the Med! Every year we do at least one UK sailing trip to the UK. This year we’ll be exploring the magnificent Jurassic coastline, passing the Isle of Wight, taking the incredible scenery and stopping to explore some of the most iconic sites of Southern England.

Getting There/Away

Driving from London to get to Port Hamble takes 1 hour 55 minutes or train is 1 hour 59 minutes from London Waterloo to Hamble station. From the station you can get a taxi to the marina, it’s just 5 minute taxi ride.
There will be a number of people driving down , so get in contact with us and we’ll partner you up with someone if you would like a lift.

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