What clients say about our sailing expeditions
Leaving the busy Gibraltar bay, we headed west towards our final destination of Faro, passing Tarifa with good sailing conditions and visibility, we were able to maintain good speed and had great views as we passed Trafalgar Point.
Crossing the Bay of Cadiz, the wind was beginning to pick up, so the boat was prepared with reefs in the sail and Ricardo gave a briefing of what to expect in the way of sea conditions etc. With the wind reaching 40 knots and boat speed of 10 knots it was a great sail, which was really exhilarating.
After a very quick 22 hour passage from Gibraltar, we eventually arrived in Faro, at the end of a great trip. One of the highlights for me was the night sailing, with the skies full of stars – magical.
The boat was really comfortable and sailed well, with its deep cockpit felt very safe even in rougher sea conditions.
Food on board was excellent, all fresh produce, including freshly caught tuna with each of us taking turns in cooking the evening meal.
I can thoroughly recommend ‘offshore’ sailing, not only the various weather conditions but also seeing all the dolphins and flying fish, overall a fabulous experience.
Jane Krypner, Bath
Sailing Expedition to Marocco September 2019
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Surfing the 7seas. 24 hours from Gibraltar to Vilamoura running with the weather. Fast sailing back to Portugal. Never crossed so fast the Gulf of Cadiz. What a great pasage 🤟🐬⛵ #sailing⛵️ #sailingexpedition #sailingadventure #sailingexperience #spain #sailingspain #offshoresailingschool #offshoresailing #sailingschool