Caribbean Islands and long passage under sails – this trip has it all! You will start your adventure in Antigua and perhaps visit another island along the way – time permitting – before embarking on a multiday passage to Bermuda. You will make approx. 850 nautical miles over the Atlantic Ocean – perfect for anyone wishing to gain more sailing experience in a beautiful scenery! Open for able-bodied and disabled trainees. Minimum age 16 years. More info: email@example.com The final price may be subject to small changes due to currency exchange rates.
Antigua is the main island of a small Caribbean state Antigua and Barbuda. It’s local name is Waladli while the Western name has been given to the island by Christopher Columbus in 1493. Antigua is full of beautiful beaches and picturesque sights. You can relax by the clear blue sea, take a trek to a Hell’s Gate natural landmark, roam the Nelson’s Dockyard or visit one of the historical sites like Fort James, St. John’s Cathedral or the Monk’s Hill.
Bermuda is a group of low-forming volcanoes in the North Atlantic Ocean, consisting of 181 islands. The first known European explorer to reach Bermuda was Spanish sea captain Juan de Bermúdez in 1503, after whom the islands are named. Bermuda’s culture is a mix of Native American, Spanish-Caribbean, English, Irish, and Scots. It is a British Overseas Territory. Bermuda has a humid subtropical climate, pink sand beaches and clear, cerulean blue ocean water. Go snorkeling to see the coral reef.
Dates: 7 March 2019 - 21 March 2019
Embarkation: 14:00 / Disembarkation: 9:00
For Windseekers of all ages, minimum age 16 years
Windseekers joining: maximum 50
No sailing experience required!
Official language on board: English
Price includes: accommodation and meals, excludes drinks at the bar
Price excludes transportation costs to-and from the ports. Our travel counsellor can advise you and book your transfers
Windseekers need to have a health insurance and a travel insurance
Need to take with you on board: towels
Nina (20) Norway
"My trip in a few words: Sailed, tried new things. Big ship. Seasickness. Spent a lot of time on the sea."
Phillip (24) France
"Working in a team is a skill I really improved on board during the watches"
Max (17) Germany
"The wind increased and when we took down some sails, I felt the adrenalin rush through my body"
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