Sail someplace nice.
Sail off to the adventure.
In 2022 we’re planning some trips in the Baltic (April) – which will be excellent opportunity to build your miles .
In May – we sail from Poland to Norway, and in Norway, exploring breathtaking fjords
In July we’ll sail in Faroe Islands – which may be your once in a liftime adventure there.
In August we’ll visit Western part of Great Britain. We’d like to invite you for two trips in Scotland as welll as one trip that will take us through all four countries of the UK: Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales and England.
In September and October we’ll move further south Portugal, Spain and Canaries.
Get in touch with us, or see more details here
“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.