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Summer Sailing Holidays 2023

Summer Sailing Holidays 2023

All our summer sailing holidays in 2023 are ‘hands on’ sailing holidays.

There is no need to have previous experience to sail on our summer voyages.

Prices start from £65 for a half day .

Average price for a six day summer sailing holiday is £990.

All prices include all food and accommodation onboard. There are no hidden extras.

Solo travellers are very welcome, the majority of the trips do not charge single supplements.

Where do you want to go?

37 amazing destinations to choose from for summer sailing holidays 2023.

Alaska – Just the one trip with availability, sail on Tecla to Dutch Harbour from Hawaii.

AzoresSanta Maria Manuela has excellent voyages to, from and around the Azores.

Belfast – Join Phoenix on an Irish Sea Adventure.

Belgium – A new way to get to and from Europe by Tall Ship with Fair Ferry.

Blythe – Sail across the North Sea as part of your summer sailing on a tall ship.

BrittanyLots of voyages including the Chant de Marin at Paimpol Festival.

Canary Islands – Head South in late summer on Oosterschelde.

Cape Verde – Sail here from the Canary Islands or this February and March for a Cape Verde Island Adventure.

Channel Islands – Take a summer sailing holiday on Pilgrim or Tenacious to part of the UK that is so like France.

Cornwall – Huge choice of ships and dates, taster voyages, festivals and regattas. Discover Sailing in Cornwall.

Denmark – Sailing on the famous Eye of the Wind in Denmark and Germany.

Devon – Pilgrim is our Devon Specialist for daysails, weekend tasters and Cross Channel summer sailing adventure.

France – Lots of ships sailing from ports like Rouen, Bordeaux, Paimpol, Brest and Douarnenez.

Germany – Sailing on the famous Eye of the Wind in Denmark and Germany

Harwich – A new way to get to and from Europe by Tall Ship with Fair Ferry.

Hawaii – Sail to or from Hawaii on big ocean sailing adventures in the Pacific onboard Tecla.

Hebrides – Join our local sailing and wildlife experts Provident.

Holland – Many vessels based here and sailing along the Northern Europe Coastline.

First time sailing?

Read about how to sail on a tall ship.

Isle of Man – New for muser sailing in 2023 join Phoenix in an Irish Sea Adventure.

Isles of ScillyThe Enchanted Isles, if you have not been before this is a part of Britain like no other, not to be missed. Discover the Isles of Scilly

Liverpool – Join Tall Ship Tenacious as she sails into and out of this famous port.

London – Sail up and down the Thames form the Tower of London on Trinovante.

Madereira – Santa Maria Manuela has excellent voyages to, from and around Madeira.

Northern Ireland – Join Phoenix on an Irish Sea Adventure.

Norway – Join the Tall Ships Race to Norway on Tenacious.

OrkneyTrinovante is the expert on Orkney and Shetland Exploration.

Ostend – A new way to get to and from Europe by Tall Ship with Fair Ferry.

Portugal – Interesting voyages on Santa Maria Manuela to Lisbon.

Ramsgate A new way to get to and from Europe by Tall Ship with Fair Ferry.

Scotland – from Day sails in the Clyde to epic Hebridean adventures, lots of wildlife this summer sailing in Scotland.

ShetlandTrinovante is the expert on Orkney and Shetland Exploration.

Spain – A variety of ships sail to and from Spain, A Coruna is a favourite port.

Sweden – The Eye of the Wind sails the Baltic Coast of Sweden.

Tahiti – Global explorer Tecla has Pacific voyage’s including Tahiti.

Wales Cardiff welcomes Tall Ship Tenacious.

Whitby – Sail the East Coast of England and this famous historic port.

When do you want to go?

Summer Sailing holidays 2023 – Starting in 

April

May

June

July

August

September

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