Why learn to sail in Cornwall?

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Mago Merlino. Anchored. The Isles of Scilly

All you Brits out there know that if you sail you’re in the Solent. Well I got sick of sailing in the backdrop of oil refineries and power stations years ago.


Polkerris. We’ve nipped ashore to the pub. Catamaran style! learn to sail in Cornwall

Now Cornwall and the beautiful, unspoiled waters of the Southwest is  another place entirely. Here we can visit tiny, magical harbours like Polperro, Fowey, Mevagissey and Polkerris and we also have huge areas of sheltered unspoiled waters like the estuaries of Falmouth and Plymouth. Nestling within easy reach are Helford and of course the River Yealm. Further a field, but still within reach (weather permitting) are the Isles of Scilly and Guernsey, Herm and Sark.


Tremayne Quay. Helford River


dixcart bay

Anchored off Sark, Channel Islands

My annual adventures go to Brittany, Scotland and Norway! Yes I run Day skip courses like all the rest, but with us you can also live the REAL cruising life. Warts an all.

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