Milford Haven to Plymouth - Passage
july 29th to august 6th
Join us in Milford Haven aboard Asante, a luxury 57’ Oyster yacht. The trip is suitable for all – sit back and relax or get involved. We will take you to the rocky outcrop that is Lundy Island, round the tip of mainland Britain to the beauty of the Isle of Scilly and onward to the coves of Cornwall. There are two passages in excess of 60NM – ideal for anyone working towards a Yachtmaster qualification. For those who simply want to improve their navigational and seamanship skills then this is the perfect opportunity under the guidance of a Yachtmaster Instructor who has logged over 120,000 sea miles.
|Saturday 29th July||Arrive 4pm|
|Sunday 30th July||Milford Haven to Lundy Island.||40NM|
|Monday 31st July||Lundy Island to Isle of Scilly.||107NM|
|Tuesday 1st August||Lundy Island to Isle of Scilly|
|Wednesday 2nd August||Rest day|
|Thursday 3rd August||Isle of Scilly to Falmouth.||60NM|
|Friday 4th August||Falmouth to Fowey.||20NM|
|Saturday 5th August||Fowey to Plymoouth.||21NM|
|Sunday 6th August||Depart yacht 10am|
Saturday 29th July Join us at 4pm aboard Asante
Sunday 30th July After a hearty breakfast its a sail across the Bristol Chanel to drop Anchor off Lundy Island. We will take you ashore to explore its 4000 years of human history which comes to life through its many monuments and handful of listed buildings.
Mon/Tue 31/1st Aug This passage sees us leaving the Bristol Channel and heading west to then round Lands’ End and make our way to the Isle of Scilly. We will drop anchor in this outstandingly beautiful archipelago of islands which is fringed with sandy beaches and is home to many subtropical plants.
Wednesday 2nd Aug Rest Day. Let us take you ashore to explore the island. With many historical sights, a diversity of flora rarely seen elsewhere in the UK, and many artists and galleries to see then the opportunity is not to be missed.
Thursday 3rd Aug Leaving the Isle behind we head east to Falmouth. A town with a fascinating maritime heritage all on display in the National Maritime Museum.
Friday 4th Aug A short sail up the coast takes us to Fowey. This idyllic small medieval town is nestled up a quiet estuary. Take a walk up to the ruins of Henry VIII St Catherine’s Castle or wander the ancient streets.
Saturday 5th Aug Onward along the coast to Plymouth. Another city famed for its maritime heritage and home to Plymouth Gin, Visit The Hoe where in 1588 Sir Frances Drake first heard of the sighting of the Spanish Armada and climb Smeaton’s Tower which at 72ft offers views of both Plymouth Sound and the city from its lantern room.
Sunday 6th Aug Depart the yacht at 10am
Price - £2,250 per person
- All meals aboard
- All bedding including towels
- All fuel and marina cost
- Your own cabin
- Daily tuition
- Use of Paddle Boards
What’s Not Included
- Meals Ashore
- Sailing & Travel Insurance
- Travel to and from Asante
- Waterproof Clothing