Sail someplace nice.
Sail off to the adventure.
Regarding our initial thought of sailing to Scotland and the Faroe Islands, We have after careful consideration decided to make the final decision of abandoning this idea. The UK government has recently surprised everyone by introducing strict sanitary restrictions, most in fact without any prior warning, and this combined with an unclear situation after Brexit, has raised our uncertainty to the point, that we have decided to stay in the the Baltic for a longer period of time.
Immediately after deciding this, we started to get excited about what the Baltic Sea and its coasts has to offer. A abundance of landscapes, unique cultures, interesting harbours and wild nature is just the beginning. Baltic is an excellent place to start serious sailing at sea. In fact except for the lack of tidal waters, any learning sailor can experience challenges such as the ever changing weather, difficult pilotage and a incredible amount of traffic at sea. Taking all that into consideration – we haven’t looked back, and have been busy preparing this breathtaking plan for the 2021 season.
Our proposal is a blend of trips where you will experience both plenty of time at sea, but also sail off the beaten track and visit stunning locations such as Aland Islands, Eastern Coast of Sweden, Baltic Islands and even Lapland. It is not forgotten that all the major harbours around Baltic were once members of Hansa, and you will see that its heritage is still visible in the architecture and local customs.
Having said all that, we’d like to encourage you to have a look on our offer, and get onboard with us. As always we offer a home – like atmosphere, lot of learning and a truly unforgettable sailing experience.
So Quest On, Sail Off to an adventure
“If a man must be obsessed by something, I suppose a boat is as good as anything, perhaps a bit better than most. A small sailing craft is not only beautiful, it is seductive and full of strange promise and the hint of trouble.”E.B. White
The Flying Polishman
Flying Polishman ex. Spirit of June is sturdy and comfortable vessel model: Gib Sea 43. She sleeps eight people in four cabins, has two bathrooms with hot water and showers.
Boat was equipped for offshore sailing, has brand new set of sails, new electronics, new life jackets, full galley equipment and quite a lot of books onboard.
Her tender allows possibilities of stopping at any anchorage and
visiting shore in the places which are normally distant from marinas.
Born in 1982, skipper of the yacht. PYA Yachtmaster, RYA Yachtmaster Offshore Commercially Endorsed, PYA Powerboat Skipper, RYA VHF / SRC, RYA Radar, STCW. Sailed mostly on the Baltic Sea, North Sea and the Atlantic Ocean.
So far I’ve lived in five countries and recently sea, ocean and sailboat became my home. Once upon a time I had well developed career in extraordinary airline, where I worked with absolutely fantastic people. Later I left it to become (in order of appearance): IT recruiter, Ops director in restaurant chain, skipper – sailing instructor, and training manager. Almost all my career I’ve worked in an international environment.
In all these places I’ve met inspiring and wise people. All of them working very hard to keep this world moving forward. I thought it would be great to invite them into sharing my passion and provide with the most relaxing way of having rest I can imagine: sailing.