East Coast Flyer

Voyage | Bermuda to Lunenburg | June 24 - 30, 2020 | Skipper: tbc & CSM | Boat: Challenger & Falcon

Sail with us between Bermuda and Lunenburg. Challenger is making her way back from the Caribbean in May- crew will fly into Bermuda and enjoy the last 750Nm of the 1650Nm journey back to Nova Scotia.

The two days training provided before departure will take you step by step through al aspects of safety on board and show you how things work on deck. So, whether you are totally new to sailing or looking to develop your skill set we can accommodate your needs.

Bermuda is of course one of the most beautifully maintained islands in the Caribbean or near Caribbean region. Its heritage with the British Navy gives us many interesting architectural sites to visit as well as such things as the Marine Research Discovery Center, the Maritime Museum, the Botanical Gardens, Glass Beach, Dockyard historical area and shopping mall and the Royal Bermudan Yacht Club.

Lunenburg is different from Bermuda in almost every conceivable way but in the same instant every bit as interesting and engaging. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers such things as whale-watching trips, fishing trips, art and cermaic galleries, cafes and bistros, an award winning Maritime Museum, beautiful accommodation in heritage buildings, golf, and kayaking & hiking tours.

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Useful information about this event


Boat, captain, what's included and not

What’s included …

  • Food while on the boat
  • Accommodation on the boat once training has begun
  • 2 days of safety training prior to the event
  • Spartan crew shirt to wear onboard & keep
  • Your dockage fees
  • Diesel
  • Damage waiver

… and what’s not included

  • Travel to and from the boat
  • Visa fees (if needed)
  • On land food

Skipper: Chris Stanmore-Major

Chris Stanmore-Major is an extremely experienced sailor and sail training instructor. As of 2019 he has sailed approximately 315,000Nm (the distance to the moon) in yachts ranging from 45′ – 150′. This milage includes two races around the world – once as the skipper of ‘Qingdao’ the Chinese entry in the 2009/10 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race and once solo in 2010/11 in the Velux 5 Oceans Race sailing an IMOCA Open 60 ‘Spartan’. Read more…

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