Set out for the Isle of Wight from Granville for 7 days sailing. On the yacht you can participate in all activities depending on what you feel like doing. When you stopover on land, make the most of the delightful Channel ports and scenery. There is also a whole host of flora and fauna to be discovered.
It is also the opportunity to watch Cowes Week regatta – further info available here
Day 1: Reception in Granville, at the port of Hérel, before setting sail for the Isle of Wight.
Day 2: Early morning, arrival at the Needles, the famous chalk cliffs at the mouth of the Solent.
Day 3: Set sail for Cowes, formerly the summer residence of Queen Victoria and Prince Albert. Each year Cowes hosts the famous Cowes regatta and the America's Cup, one of the world's major international sailing events. If you have the chance, make sure your cruise coincides with the event.
Day 4 and 5: Departure to Portsmouth, then set sail for Aurigny and Jersey – a trip to the Channel Islands to discover their special British atmosphere.
Day 7: Return to Granville, early afternoon Sunday.
Meet skipper Pascal who offers cruises around the Channel or to the Caribbean. Pascal has been a skipper for over 20 years and is still as passionate about his job as ever. He is a true nature lover and takes great delight in sharing his secret haunts, nautical know-how and sailing tales. If the weather gets rough, worry not, Pascal is used to it and even has a fondness for trickier conditions! Put yourself in the capable hands of Pascal and set sail for the Virgin Islands, the Channel Islands, the Scilly Isles or Ireland and Fastnet!
The ocean bring a total 360° panorama of the self and the world.
The skipper sleeps in the middle
The passengers cook
From Paris, you can reach Granville by car or by train (~3 hours) The skipper can host you the night before the cruise without any additional cost !
The Cruise :Ile de Wight superbe destination au moment des régates de Cowes Ambiance extraordinaire Organisation du bord , rien a redire
The Skipper :Tres "pro" bon marin et explications fréquentes sur les manœuvres