Life on Board Escape

Escape is a small but beautiful, eight-person classic that is perfect for a family holiday or a group of friends after something a little different.

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This beautiful, wood-hulled classic yacht provides her guests with an exclusive experience sailing around the South Devon and Cornish coastline. Often sailing out of her home port of Dartmouth, she cruises around Brixham, Salcombe, down to Cornwall, across to the Isles of Scilly and sometimes even visit across the channel to France.

Andy and his crew will sail you around the beautiful South West coast, showing you the ropes if you’d like to get involved or giving you the chance to sit back, relax and soak up the scenery, wildlife and fresh air.

His partner Tash often accompanies him on charters and makes sure guests are always with a pot of tea and are well fed!

Andy and Tash pride themselves on the food served aboard Escape, with a delicious selection of meals all included in the price. With croissants, cream teas, cheese boards, platters and traditional wholesome home-cooked meals, you won’t be going hungry after an exhilarating day sailing on this stunning classic yacht!

You may even be lucky enough to try some of Andy’s mum’s home-made cake that she often sends along with his charters!

Escape is the perfect boat to learn the ropes during your sailing holiday, and skipper Andy is keen to teach you as much as he can about helming, navigation and trimming the sails.


Skipper profile

Andy Pomeroy

From a 10ft dinghy at ten years old, Andy has owned and skippered several boats, and is also a helmsman at the local RNLI station!

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Life onboard


Escape is a small, eight person classic yacht that is perfect for a family holiday or a group of friends after something a little different.

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The History of


Escape is a classic yacht with an extensive history that was used for many things before becoming the charter yacht she is today.

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