A remarkable way to see world-class sailing action, with champion yachtsmen and sailing enthusiasts all taking to the water.
English South Coast and Islands
This special voyage visits the Isle of Wight during Cowes Week – the world’s oldest and largest annual sailing regatta.
- 04 Aug – 14 Aug 2021
- 10 nights
- From £2,849pp
This special voyage visits the Isle of Wight during Cowes Week. A remarkable way to see world-class sailing action, with champion yachtsmen and sailing enthusiasts all taking to the water. We’ll also have an exclusive opportunity to join the celebrations, which include a dazzling firework display.
While on the Isle of Wight, we recommend sampling the afternoon tea at Northwood House Country Manor. There’s the option of a high-speed RIB ride or, for a taste of British culture, you could visit the home of Victorian poet, Lord Tennyson, at Farringford House. We then sails on to Dartmouth, with its wild moorlands and river valleys.
In Falmouth, wander around the harbour’s quaint galleries and quirky shops offering woolly hats, Cornish pasties and sweet homemade fudge. From Falmouth, it’s around an hour to the Eden Project’s giant geodesic Biomes; or visit Tintagel and Land’s End. We cross the ocean to the Isles of Scilly to discover local markets, National Maritime treasures and white-sand beaches.
In Plymouth, soak up the vibe of Britain’s Ocean City by following the famous Mayflower Steps, where the Pilgrims are believed to have left England onboard the Mayflower. We’ll spend time in Poole, discovering its wildlife-rich islands, waterfront restaurants and Blue Flag beaches, before setting sail back to Harwich.
Voyage Itinerary: 04 Aug – 14 Aug 2021
- Day 1: Harwich
- Day 2: Sailing the English Riviera
- Day 3: Cowes
- Day 4: Cowes
- Day 5: Dartmouth
- Day 6: Falmouth
- Day 7: St Mary’s
- Day 8: Plymouth
- Day 9: Poole
- Day 10: Sailing
- Day 11: Harwich
For voyages departing from Harwich, car parking at the terminal for the duration of your trip is included in your fare.
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