Sailing Season 2022
In 2022 we’d like to invite to particpate in some of the very interesting sailing events, where you can build up your sailing experience if you’re thinking about any of the certificates of competence, or just join us in this different than all others forms of tourism, by simply exploring the beautiful coastal areas of Northern Europe.
Choose your adventure and join us at sea!
02/04/2022 – 09/04/2022;
09/04/2022 – 16/04/2022;
16/04/2022 – 23/04/2022
This is how sailing adventure begins. Learn the ropes and get a great amount of sailing experience and knowledge on this sailing internship training.
An ideal trip starting and finishing in the same place on the western Polish coast. We sail wherever wind will allow. Possible destinations (weather dependant) will be:
– Polish coast
– Southern Sweden
– Denmark (Bornholm or Copenhagen)
This is a mile building experience for all those who gather the miles or hours in order to complete their sailing education in course of the trainings. We’ll try to spend as much time as possible at sea in order for you to get your sea – legs and learn your knots.
You’ll be a part of the crew, which means you’ll have to stand watches (also night watches), participate in everyday duties. Tutoring by an experienced skipper will be a part of the journey.
You’ll need to participate in rota – cooking for other crewmembers which normally happens twice per week.
In the course of the week you’ll be able to gather around 350 – 400 nautical miles of sailing experience in the unforgiving waters of early spring Baltic.
Stage 1 30/04/2022 – 09/05/2022 Świnoujście – Kopenhaga (Dania) – Goteborg – Oslo
It’s a slow cruise, that will allow us to visit some places in Denmark and Western Sweden which are normally just a pass by while exiting the Baltic. We’ll sail from Western Poland (Świnoujście) to Copenhagen, Helsingor (Hamlet’s Castle) if weather permits we’ll try to visit Aarhus to see the Old Town and how people lived there in nineteenth century, as it is acted out by reconstruction groups there.
On the way to Goteborg we’ll stop on the Laeso Island, where we’ll be able to visit places where salt was traditionally manufactured, and admire houses with sea – weed roofs. After short passage to Goteborg, second biggest Swedish city, we’ll wander in its picturesque archipelago, and proceeding north we’ll visit Kosterhavets National Park with its seals’ colonies and birds sanctuaries. Already in Norway we’ll stop in Frederikstad – the best preserved town – fortess of the Northern Europe.
Trip will finish near Sandefjord Airport – from where you could easily get back home.
Stage 2 Oslo – Kristiansand – Stavanger 09/05/2022 -19/05/2022 – 19/05/2022
700 EUR / 10 days/person SOLD OUT
It is a tranquile trip along the coast known as Norwegian Riviera which is full of quiet bays, fjords little harbours and marinas. Very popular tourist destination for both: local and foreing visitors.
Afficionados of both – monuments and nature sightseeing will find something for themselves. There will be as well plenty of sailing in this breathtaking circumstances.
On the way we’ll stop in located on the seven islands Arendal with its 19th century wooden suburb Tyholmen and in Kristiansand informal capital of the region with its most famous tourist attraction Dyrapark, which is the Norway’s largest zoo.
There will be time to visit wooden Heddal church, and on our way west we’ll round cape Lindenes – the southernmost point of Norway.
Trip ends in Stavanger, and as we’ll arrive there some time before the end of the cruise, there will be opportunity to see the world famous Priekestolen and some shorter cruises to nearby fjords.
01/07 – 10/07/2022 Thorshavn – Thorshavn
This ten day trip is an absolute blockbuster of our season, and an opportunity of cruising in the magical land lost in the vastness of the Norwegian Sea, in the middle of the summer season, when it is the warmest and the driest season in the year – however warm in this case is a bit of exaggeration – July average temperature is just 12 degrees centigrade. Weather in Faroes changes so often
that local used to say, that if you don’t like it, wait for another five minutes for it to change.
This place, often treated as a pit stop on the way from Iceland to Norway is worth longer exploration because of its spectacular and arid landscape, full of waterfalls cliffs and some unusual architecture.
We’ll sail to Vagar island to see the largest lake of the Faroes, and Mulafossur waterfall.
On Streymoy, where in Thornshavn we’ll start and end our adventure, we’ll visit Duvugardar and Saksun to see the houses with famous grassy roofs.
On Eysturoy Island we’ll climb Slaettaratindur, the highest peak of Faroes, where from one could see the Iceland in the good visibility.
This is also perfect trip for wildlife lovers – we’ll certainly see the Atlantic Puffins and whales.
Join us in this beautiful event!
It is hard to describe all wonderful places and activities on this route, and it could be easily three week trip even though it is only 160 miles journey.
Scotland is absolutely fantastic destination for all those who crave for quietness, peace and want to go off the beaten track.
We don’t have that much, but will do our best and take you for the journey around the most iconic and the most frequently visited Island of the Inner Hebrides archipelago, and maybe even to the remote archipelago of Outer Hebrides.
Route is weather dependant, but we’d like to give ourselves some slack in order to enjoy excursions on land – for example to whisky distilleries or bird watching activities.
This area is also perfect for all those who’d like to experience some tidal sailing – tidal streams and tidal races in the area are one of the strongest in Europe, and require careful planning and timing. Our skipper will be delighted to share with you his knowledge in this regards.
If the time permits, we’ll attempt to cross the Little Minch and sail to Outer Hebrides and its capital Stornoway, where we could visit older than Pyramids Callanish stones – place of worship that was in use for 1500 years. We might as well sail into Fort William on the bottom of
The final route will be decided upon the beginning of the journey – we’ll take into consideration weather conditions and wishes of the participants.
Second slow sailing trip that will take us to the iconic (mostly known from Whisky Labels) island: Jura, Islay, Mull.
On this trip we’ll have the opportunity to sail just next to the second largest whirpoool in the world – Corryvreckan, visit the place where George Orwell wrote “1984” as well as sail to Staffa Island with its amazingly pictoresque Fingal’s Cave.
During this trip we’ll certainly have the opportunity to anchor in some of the bays.
On the way to our final destination – we’ll pass through Crinan Canal and its fifteen waterlocks, in Firth of Clyde we’ll go near Arran Island or we could visit tiny Holy Island with a buddisth retreat.
Trip will end in Ardrossan, which is perfectly connected with Glasgow and its airport.
This is the trip for real sailors and those who are willing to build up their tidal experience. More than 400 Nautical Miles, all in tidal waters and visiting all the countries of Great Britain including possibly Isle of Man.
Our adventure will take us into the vicinity of UNESCO’s Giant’s Causeway, Isles of Scilly or Snowdonia in Wales.
It will certainly be interesiting to round Land’s End Cape – the most western part of Cornwall and finish trip in Falmouth.
There are prevailing South – Westerlies in this part of the UK, so we might expect a lot of tacking, and close – hauled sailing.
Perfect for those who’d like to build up their sailing experience – our skipper instructor will provide you with an on-going practical sailing training, certainly you’ll have an opportunity to stand watches and steer the boat.