Voyage Filters

Hebridean Scotland – Irish and Celtic Seas – Bay of Biscay – Iberian Peninsular

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.

Hebridean 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.

Irish and Celtic Seas

Bounded by four nations these seas are criss-crossed by vessels. The weather will decide your route through these waters.

Niarbyl, isle of man

Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly

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’

western Europe

the isles of scilly
Isles of scilly

The Bay of Biscay

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.

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Part of the shore of the bay of biscay

The Iberian Peninsular

Stretching down the Ria coast of North West Spain into Portugal and its famous maritime harbours, back into Spain and at last to Gibraltar.

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Western Europe – Scotland to Gibraltar Sailing Voyages


Autumn Biscay Crossing by Tall Ship MR161023


Mon 16-10-2023

Rotterdam, the Netherlands


Tue 31-10-2023

Lisbon, Portugal

Tall Ship Sailing on Morgenster with Classic Sailing by Richard Sibley



Santa Maria Manuela

A Tale of Three Cities: A Coruna, Porto and Lisbon SM030723


Mon 03-07-2023

La Coruna, Spain


Sat 08-07-2023

Lisbon, Portugal

shipping Port in Porto. Photo from Pixabay



Eye of the Wind

Ocean Waves Across Biscay: Brest to A Coruna EYE23/38


Mon 23-10-2023

Brest, France


Mon 30-10-2023

La Coruna, Spain

Eye of the wind with Classic Sailing