Four Day Cross Channel & Channel Island Sailing Cruise From £299

Solent Boat Charters operate a pair of Bavaria 42ft & 49ft  cruisers that are fantastic yachts to base these 4 day cross channel sailing mile builders around. With 4 or 5 cabins ( 3 doubles & 2 twin singles ) plus salon berth she offers both excellent sea keeping with comfortable domestic accommodation. 2 separate heads with showers adds to the comfort levels.

If the weather is ideal we would run the cruise as below. The skipper will change the route as they see fit depending on weather & tides.

Day 1 departing Southampton on day one we head south bound for Cherbourg on this 85Nm run.
Day 2 is relatively short hop over to Alderney, 25Nm.
Day 3 heading North back to Poole or Studland, 60NM
Day 4 is back to Southampton, 35NM.

So usually over 200Nm in 4 days, 1 night in a marina, one at anchor and another on a mooring. What a chance to improve you skills.

Pricing is based on sleeping space as per the description below.

Saloon Berth £299
The single saloon berth is available at a discounted rate of £299.

Single Berth In A Shared Cabin £399.
Our shared cabins have separate single beds £399 per berth.

Double Berth In A Private Cabin £499.
A private cabin with double bed £499 ( this is the same price for 1 or 2 persons that share a double cabin, so for a couple only £249 each, bargain ! )

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17th March - 14th April - 12th May - 9th June - 14th July - 11th August - 8th September 

Whats Included ?

All marina fees, moorings, fuel & food are all included. We do ask you to bring additional food if you have dietary needs as explained on the cruise details.
We do try and go our for a sociable crew meal at some point during the cruise which is the clients expense.

If the weather forecast means the skipper decides the channel crossing will be unsafe then the passage will be a coastal trip to Weymouth or beyond.
Refunds are only given if the trip is cancelled, not diverted. We must always make safety as our first priority, skippers decision is final.