Life on board Unity can be as changeable as the seas as she sails with the weather and offers sailing holidays to suit whoever she has aboard.
For summer 2021, Unity is offering sailing holidays for private charter – perfect for small families, couples or small groups of friends. With that in mind, where and how you sail with Unity can be pretty much up to you (with a little influence from the crew and the weather!).
If you’re a small family new to sailing and you want to get to grips with life on the water in the shelter of the Cornish coast, explore quaint harbour towns and anchor up to swim off the boat, then Unity can tailor her voyages to suit.
If you’re a confident family of sailors or friends and want to push Unity to embrace her design for speed, then the crew can certainly accommodate this too!
A typical day on Unity would see the sails set after breakfast, ready for a day of sailing to a new destination every evening. Unity and her crew enjoy searching out hidden, quiet anchorages and coves where she can spend the night on anchor enjoying the company of her guests and our home-cooked evening meal.
Unity was made for sail training in mind so she is the perfect vessel to learn the ropes and welcomes as much or as little participation as you want. Hoist the sails, take the helm and even try your hand at some navigation. There will always be a professional crew around to help you learn or take the helm when you just want to sit back and enjoy the wind in your hair. You certainly don’t need any experience to join Unity – just a lust for salty adventures!
All food will be freshly-prepared onboard to a high standard. Guests can expect wholesome breakfasts, delicious lunches and dinners, as well as plenty of cake! Most dietary needs can be catered for, but please do check with the booking team before-hand if you have special requirements.
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