Both above and below decks of Grayhound bears witness to the craftsmanship that characterises the entire ship.
There is a pilot house at deck level too that serves many purposes. A Chart-room for navigating, a daytime shelter when needed and the perfect place for night watch. Grayhound also provides heavy wet-weather and safety gear for all guests.
The internal spaces are very well thought-out, with a great deal of flexibility to accommodate guests, families and a professional crew.
Grayhound accommodates up to 12 guests on a day sail, 10 on a holiday voyage and 8 on a cargo run. Comfy bunks are part of the shared saloon and fore cabin with all bed linen and towels provided. With two heads and a shower for occasional use, Grayhound is a lovely traditional sailing experience but with all the mod cons thrown in too.
There is a communal eating area below decks with a wide hatch so guests can star-gaze while eating delicious food. In warmer climates, guests and crew can eat alfresco up on the generous deck.
The galley is at the heart of both Grayhound itself and her owners. Designed to be an efficient and inspiring workspace for the chef making meals a highlight of the voyage. Grayhound has a great tradition of using fresh produce and of foraging, producing wholesome meals inspired by local cuisine and maritime traditions. She serves only healthy, organic and vegetarian food.
With a multi-national crew comes diversity in knowledge - you couldn't be in safer hands.Read Grayhound's Crew's Adventure Logs
Built-in 2012, Grayhound comes with all the mod cons for comfortable sailing.Read Grayhound's Adventure Logs
The History of
Grayhound is an outstanding replica of the original 1776 customs lugger.Read more