Channel Island Cruise 26 May - 2 JuneAdd to my calendar
26 May - 2 June
CHANNEL ISLANDS CRUISE
END OF MAY BANK HOLIDAY 2017
Island hopping in the English Channel!
Departing from Hamble, we’ll head out beyond the Solent, sailing across the Channel to explore the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney and maybe even more
A chance to gain plenty of sea miles and practice some challenging navigation
Plus a chance to explore some of the islands
Depending on preferences of skippers and crew, the trip may include some night sailing (although the days will be long and the evenings light)
The itinerary will be subject to the tides and the weather
Stop off points may include Yarmouth, Weymouth or Cherbourg
After a long sail to get there (12 – 18 hours), we’ll have the option to take time off from sailing to explore these beautiful and quirky islands by foot, bus, bike or kayak
DATES: Choice of a whole week Friday 26 May – Friday 2 June or a shorter long week-end trip Friday 26 May – Tuesday 30 May
The shorter trip is unlikely to include Jersey
1 Week £380
4 Days £340
Prices do not include mooring fees, food and drinks etc.
No flights required as we depart from Hamble
Offshore Terms and Conditions apply. See website for details
BOOK ASAP TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT!
What the Lonely Planet says about the Channel Islands
Clustering just off the coast of France, the islands of Jersey, Guernsey, Sark, Herm and Alderney overflow with exquisite coastlines, beautiful harbours, shaded lanes and old-world charm. The warm Gulf of St Malo ensures subtropical plants, superb local seafood and an incredible array of bird life.
During WWII, the Channel Islands were the only British soil to be occupied by the Nazis, and poignant museums – some housed in old war tunnels and bunkers – provide an insight into the islanders’ fortitude.
The islands are proudly independent, self-governing British Crown dependencies and sport a wealth of quirky anachronisms. English is the main language and although place names may look French, local pronunciation is very different. The islands print their own version of the British pound – it isn’t legal tender on the mainland, but you can use British money on the islands.
CONTACT FOR ANY QUESTIONS: Catrin Sharp 07909 961149
Join us for a few days of island hopping in the English Channel!
Last updated 17:39 on 3 April 2017