Scotland 2021?

Scotland 2021?

We have experienced a website crash nightmare–I am busy sailing so haven’t updated this page yet (Whiz Kid does the technical bit and I type content)

We love sailing in Scottish waters so I expect we will return there in 2021

2020 sees Wild Spirit return to Troon with trips from Lymington to Dublin then to Troon.
We sail from Fort William through the Caledonian Canal to Orkney and then we have a trip up round Shetland and back taking in Fair Ilse. Later we have a trip from Orkney back to Troon via the outer Hebrides and then we explore the Fith of Clyde and visit Ireland and Rathlin Island.

No events

We run with a maximum of 6 on board for most trips and we stop to see places and have a good meal out. I know where to go and have selflessly researched restaurants, museums, markets etc.This is different from a non-stop Delivery trip which some companies run when they need a yacht moving from A to B.
Wild Spirit is a MCA coded vessel with full safety spec and the skipper will normally be me (Yachtmaster Ocean Commercial with over  100,000NM logged+ RYA/ISAF Instructor).

Alongside in Portmagee Ireland

Wild Spirit is a fast cruiser which has won the 3 Peaks Yacht Race, completed Fastnets, Volvo Round Ireland races etc and sailed around Britain including St Kilda. She is more comfortable than many yachts with hot water, a full heating system and plenty of room for everyone to sit down below or in the cockpit. Whilst she is coded for 10 people we normally have a maximum of 6 on board when cruising.

Her safety equipment fully meets legal requirements and includes Radar an Electronic Position Indicating Radio Beacon AIS and ‘sea brake’ system. I am a commercial Ocean Yachtmaster and Royal Yachting Association Yachtmaster Instructor who has sailed over 100,000 miles including Royal Ocean Racing Club events in severe conditions and won Class twice in the Sydney Hobart.

updated 9/8/19