Sailing from Gibraltar to Northern Scotland is over 1300 nautical miles. It passes through the waters of Spain, Portugal, France, Cornwall, Wales, Ireland and Scotland.
This is one of the most scenic sailing grounds in the world with a multitude of islands lochs and ports. great for wildlfie spotting from Sea Eagles to Otters and Minke Whales.
Bounded by four nations these seas are criss-crossed by vessels. The weather will decide your route through these waters.
In the far south west of England you will find brilliant sailing and adventure in the waters of Cornwall and the idyllic Isles of Scilly’
Crossing the Bay of Biscay is always an achievement, it can be calm but it also has a reputation for rough seas and huge long swells.
Stretching down the Ria coast of North West Spain into Portugal and its famous maritime harbours, back into Spain and at last to Gibraltar.
Dublin to Falmouth
La Coruna, Spain
Cadiz via Gibraltar to Portimão
Greenock via the Irish Sea to Bristol