Adventure Wales is a 60-foot schooner built in 1979 by Southern Ocean Shipyard. She's been with the same owner until 2018, when she was bought by the Challenge Wales charity.
Adventure Wales has successfully circumnavigated the world and undertaken no fewer than 12 transatlantic crossings. She has won First in Class in Round the Island Race (twice) and she's also been participating in the Tall Ships Races in the past.
Adventure Wales is an experienced, sea-going schooner. You can take join her for the Tall Ships Races, cruising and ocean voyages.
Once you step on board, you will be a part of the team. Before you know it, you will be fully involved in all aspects of running the yacht. However, you don’t need any sailing experience to take part in journeys. The Adventure Wales crew will be happy to show you the ropes. If you are more experienced sailor you will have the opportunity to hone your skills.
The official language on board is English. The fun and friendly team enjoy working hard together and will do everything they can to share the joy of sailing with you.
Most people who sail on Adventure Wales in Sail Training voyages are younger than 26. On other trips adults are able to use her for fundraising activities, team-building and leadership adventures on the water.
Join Adventure Wales for an unforgettable sailing experience!
Adventure Wales can accommodate up to 14 people on day voyages and 13 people on residential voyages. For residential voyages, such as the Tall Ships Races, she will be a home for up to 9 trainees and 3-4 crew.
The vessel has one 4-berth cabin at the bow of the boat, four 2-berth cabins and one single berth at the stern for a crew person. The berths are comfortable flat bunks.
She is equipped with a galley (including a 5 burner hob), saloon, two bathrooms (toilet/shower) and safety systems. The galley/saloon area has windows around it, enabling those cooking to see outside at all times. This makes the time in the galley much nicer and has the added advantage of helping to reduce sea-sickness.
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