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Our Vessels

03We are proud to be associated with the leading yacht charters and sail training owners and operators in the UK. 

All our vessels are fully certified by the MCA (Maritime and Coastguard Agency) for worldwide operation and meet the RYA Training Vessel checklist requirements. 

Our fleet allows us to offer a varierty of experiences. We work closely with all our owners to ensure that safety is paramount to both their and our operations.

 

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Our yacht fleets

Our RYA and Solent based fleet are 40ft spacious and well maintained yachts. Both are maintained to a high standard of quality and safety. Majosa and Thunderbolt are based in  Hamble and are used on our RYA and Fast-track Sailing courses and Solent Sail Camp Weeks.

 

 

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For the Sail Camp and Dive Camp

We use a fleet of Beneteau 50 and 51.5 which feature a powerful mainsail and a short overlapping roller-furling genoa, a spread of sail totalling 1,184 square feet, more than enough to deliver superlative performance. All sail control lines are led aft to the cockpit for safety and convenience and the dual helm stations provide superb visibility.

 


Our Classic Vessel Fleet

For longer voyages and the some of our school-based experiences we use our classic fleet:

Tall Ship - Lady of Avenel 

Lady of AvenelThe Lady of Avenel is a 102ft Brigantine square rigger.

She takes 12 trainee crew and has a permanent crew of 3.

The accommodation consists of 4 two berth cabins and a spacious 8 berth bunk room. The ship has 3 toilets and 4 shower rooms.

A large fully equipped galley and a spacious deck saloon provide ample covered space. This vessel is ideal for activity based adventures and is used by Quaystage for both Sail Camps and Dive Camps and our outdoor education programmes with schools.  

 


johannalucretiaJohanna Lucretia

This historic wooden sailing ship has a worldwide sailing licence. We use her for winter sunshine sailing and whale & dolphin watching in the Canaries, Azores and Caribbean and for summer voyages in Greece and Turkey.

‘Johanna’ has the capacity for 16 crew members on each voyage which includes 5 permanent crew and 11 places for trainee crew members. She has extensive comfortable accommodation below deck which has been newly refurbished.


Maybe

Maybe

Maybe is a traditional Dutch sailing ketch, launched in 1933 and was designed for round the world cruising. In recent years she has been completely restored by her current owner and returned to sailing in 2007.

‘Maybe’ has the capacity for 15 crew members on each voyage which includes 3 permanent crew and 12 places for trainee crew members. She has extensive comfortable accommodation below deck which has been newly refurbished.

 

 


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