Our Mission is simple. Provide fun, safe and rewarding sailing opportunities at an affordable price.
Not everyone can afford a racing yacht or has friends or family that can, this should not be a barrier to entry. Quite simply we match crew who want to sail with experienced skippers and yachts.
Our goal is to get as many people as possible to participate and leave having had the experience of a lifetime.
We believe in putting safety first and allowing everyone to experience offshore racing in a supportive environment. We’d like to finish top of the leader board but the individuals on board will always come first.
Our youth scheme allows anyone to support the next generation of sailors as they come through the ranks, by subsidising costs for our youngest members we are able to give back to the community we love.
from Herford, Germany, started sailing in 2007 when he left school and moved to Cape Town, South Africa to work as a volunteer in a pre-school. Whilst living there he met many South Africans who worked in the sailing industry and decided to try it out. Being so close to the Atlantic there he developed a love for the sea.
As a Chief Instructor for a sailing school in both the UK and the Caribbean Sophie has skippered in many inshore and offshore events, including Fastnet, RORC 600, Trans-Atlantic’s and Antigua Race Week as well as numerous Cowes Weeks.
Ollie started sailing large yachts at 14 and has been involved in sail training since. He was awarded his Yachtmaster qualification straight after leaving education and hasn’t stopped sailing since
As an RYA Instructor Germaine enjoys passing on his experience to others and finding ways of sharing his passion for this sport with as many people as possible.
Neil started sailing out of Dun Laighaire on the south side of Dublin Bay. A few years later he started teaching as a summer job which then became a full-time instructor job once he left school.
Katy learned to sail on the north coast of Sardinia on dinghies, and cruised around the Med on her dad’s boat. After obtaining her sailing license in Italy she spent the next 20 years cruising the Med with friends and family.