- Ocean passages
- Winter sun
- 1 day
- 2 - 6 days
- 1 week +
- 2 weeks +
Our fleet of vessels offer you the chance to experience many destinations all over the world. Which adventure will you choose?
The Canary Islands
Jump on board for some winter sun sailing around some of the lesser known Canary Islands, rich in wildlife, heritage and culinary delights.
Historic fishing ports, calm sailing waters, sheltered anchorages and foodie hot spots, what's not to love about sailing in south Devon?
The Faroe Islands
Situated in the far north Atlantic, 200 miles north of Scotland, these wild and windswept volcanic islands are one of Europe’s best kept secrets.
Scotland & the Hebrides
Experience the wild beauty of Western Scotland. Expect breathtaking views and wildlife aplenty.
The Sunny Mediterranean
Where better than to experience the beautiful Mediterranean coastline than from the sturdy deck of a beautiful ship?
North Coast of Spain
Exploring the Northern Spain under sail surely has to be the best way to experience this seemingly untouched coastline.
Cornwall & Isles of Scilly
Where better than to experience the dramatic Cornish coast than from the sturdy deck of a beautiful tall-ship?
Azure waters, warm weather and vibrant culture are just the beginning of our journeys to the Caribbean...
From the East coast of the United Kingdom to the fjords of Norway, the North Sea makes for spectacular sailing.
The French coast of Brittany is the perfect location for summer sailing and maritime festivals.
“I thoroughly enjoyed reliving my youth onboard Bessie Ellen. We came from Cornwall to Oban on this beautiful ship with Skipper Nikki and her brilliant crew. Great hands on sailing, relaxed atmosphere and fabulous food. A true get away.”
– Kate Smith, Bessie Ellen Guest
“Having never set foot on a working tall ship, I had no idea what to expect aside from what I had seen in films. The reality is so much better. I would recommend anyone who loves the sea to try this.”
– Hazel Southam, writing for The Guardian
“This was the Canaries of riding anchor in moonlit bays...., of swimming with turtles and and admiring pilot whales beneath our bows.”
– Andrew Eames, writing for The Times