Life on Board Eda Frandsen
Fully immersive and classic sailing, seeing the coasts of Cornwall and Scotland from the water.
Eda Frandsen offers a relaxing and enjoyable sailing experience, along with the chance to witness some of the most beautiful and remote locations in the British Isles. Scattered across her local waters in the West Coast of Scotland are a vast array of outlying islands, each of which has its own distinctive character and history. The area is also home to a myriad of plants, birds and wildlife, for which Eda Frandsen is the perfect viewing location.
A typical day aboard Eda Frandsen begins as all good days should, with a hearty breakfast, be it of bacon & eggs, pancakes or hot porridge, we like to start the day properly.
Depending on the weather and sea conditions, discussion for the passage plan for the day will occur. Be it from our home port of Mallaig out towards the Small Isles of Rum, Eigg and Muck, or from our Southern base of Falmouth towards the picturesque Helford River or the stunning Isles of Scilly. Our knowledgeable and experienced crew will happily show you the ropes as we get underway and out into some of the most beautiful and sailing grounds in the world.
Each night we will choose a gorgeous anchorage where we will tuck into a home-cooked feast and reminisce over the inevitable events of the day.
With the chance to become fully involved in all aspects of life onboard, our three experienced crew members will happily show you the ropes and share their knowledge of seafaring tradition with you. Sailing with Eda Frandsen is a fully immersive classic sailing experience. With a traditional rig and not a winch in sight, guests are invited to involved with all aspects of sailing, from hauling the sails to taking to the helm.
Eda Frandsen's Crew
Stella and Mungo are the proud new owners and skippers of Eda Frandsen.Read Eda Frandsen's Crew's Adventure Logs
Join Eda Frandsen for immersive classic sailing in Cornwall and Scotland.Read Eda Frandsen's Adventure Logs
The History of
Built-in 1938, Eda Frandsen has been beautifully maintained over the years and still sails in UK waters.Read more