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Passage from the Solent to Jersey for the Jersey International Boat Show – A unique opportunity to cross the Channel in this iconic yacht to the beautiful island of Jersey, taking in the Needles as you depart the Solent and then the infamous Alderney race (weather permitting) and finally passing Herm and Guernsey before arriving in St Helier
Passage from Jersey to the Plymouth – a unique opportunity to cross the Channel in this iconic yacht from the island of Jersey. Departing St Helier and riding the strong channel island tides north, passing Guernsey, Herm and Sark and crossing the channel to arrive in the ‘Ocean City’, Plymouth ready for the 2020 OSTAR start festivities. This is the 60th anniversary of this famous single handed race and Sir Francis Chichester won the inaugural event in 1960.
(6 Places available)
Sir Francis Chichester won the inaugural running of the Original Single-Handed Trans Atlantic Race (OSTAR) in 1960. Gipsy Moth IV will be a start attraction at this event and take part in a pre-start parade of sail. You can be on board to witness the start action of the 60th anniversary of this event as the current single handed sailors set out on their own transatlantic adventure. A full day on the water in Plymouth including lunch.
(6 places available)
Passage from the Solent to Jersey for the Jersey unique opportunity to cross the Channel in this iconic yacht to the beautiful island of Jersey, taking in the Needles as you depart the Solent and then the infamous Alderney race (weather permitting) and finally passing Herm and Guernsey before arriving in St Helier
(3 Places available)
A stunning sail across the channel, departing St Helier and passing Herm, Sark and Guernsey before entering the infamous Alderney race and on to the needles. Entering the Solent passed the famous Needles and lighthouse to arrive in the picturesque Beaulieu river and Bucklers Hard
(6 Places available)
Sail along the coast to Land’s End and then across the Irish sea to the beautiful port of Cork where a truly legendary Irish welcome awaits together with the festivities planned for the 300th anniversary of the Royal Cork Yacht Club.
Bucklers Hard to Cork 21st to 23rd July 2020 – £495
Cork to Bucklers Hard 27th to 29th July 2020 – £495
or Total trip for £895
Sail on board Gipsy Moth IV departing from her beautiful home port on the Beaulieu river, passing the world famous needles and along the Jurassic coast and Lyme bay, before entering one of the prettiest harbours in the world. The atmosphere in Dartmouth will be amazing as it will be the start of the Dartmouth Royal regatta week so if you fancy racing stay on board for a few extra days and enjoy the racing and post race entertainment. (see below)
(4 Places available)
Your opportunity to sail on board Gipsy Moth IV, departing the beautiful port of Dartmouth and sailing across Lyme bay before rounding Portland Bill and entering the Solent by the world famous Needles Channel and then on into Gipsy’s home port of Bucklers Hard on the beautiful Beaulieu river.
(6 Places available)
Gipsy Moth Trust – Booking Terms & Conditions
Bookings received for sailing trips on board Gipsy Moth IV will be confirmed upon receipt of payment. The Gipsy Moth Trust and its trading subsidiary Gipsy Moth Experience reserves the right to amend or cancel sailing trips based on weather and the decision made by the skipper is final.
Any trips cancelled by the Gipsy Moth Trust or Gipsy Moth experience will be refunded less any bank charges and limited to course or passage fees only, however, any booking cancelled by yourself will be charged as detailed below
- Cancellations within 40 days of trip date – No refund (unless trip is resold at full original value when any refund will be less bank charges.)
- Cancellation greater than 40 days of trip date – Refund of amount paid less any bank charges and an admin fee of £50
This privacy notice applies to The Gipsy Moth Trust and its trading subsidiary Gipsy Moth Experience Ltd. It explains how we use any personal information that we collect about you.
What information do we collect about you?
We collect information about you when you become a ‘Friend’ of Gipsy Moth or join ‘The Gipsy Moth Family’. This personal information comprises name, address, email address and confirmation that you are/are not a UK taxpayer.
If you have booked a sailing experience on Gipsy Moth IV you will have completed a brief medical questionnaire which provides the same contact information, but also some medical detail and information about your next of kin. This is for your own security when you sail with us, and is also a requirement for insurance cover for GMIV.
How will we use this information about you?
We will use the information we collect to circulate our digital newsletters and inform you of future events.
Who might we share information with? For how long?
We do not share your information with any other organisation for any purpose.
The medical questionnaire completed before sailing with us will be seen by the professional skipper/mate responsible for your wellbeing when on board. These forms are passed to the Trust as soon as your event is completed and the medical/next of kin information provided will not be retained in any format. Should you wish us to retain it for a limited period of 12 months (in case you plan to sail again within this time frame) you will be asked for permission to do so. No medical details will retained for longer than 12 months as it may by then be out of date.
How can I access the information you hold about me?
You have a right to request a copy of the information we hold about you. Please write or email the Trust at the addresses at the top of this notice.
We have an obligation to ensure that your personal information is accurate and up-to-date. Please ask us to up-date (or remove) any details if they are incorrect.
Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK9 5AF. (0303 123 1113).
All trips on board Gipsy Moth IV can be booked as individual places or groups (up to the number of passengers shown on the event below), or you can book the entire boat for yourself and your friends or colleagues for a truly memorable day.
You can be involved with the sailing as much or as little as you like and experience the true adrenalin of sailing as it was 50 years ago in what can only be described as one of the world's most famous yachts.
As events tend to book up quite early and spaces are limited we would advise that you book as early as possible.
If you have a specific event or date in mind that is not listed below please contact us on email@example.com as we may well be able to arrange a bespoke day to meet your requirements
You can book as an individual, group or have the boat to yourselves.A qualified skipper and mate will be provided - Lunch and wet weather gear is provided if required.
(Maximum of 6 passengers per charter)
If you require an alternative date please contact us and we will do everything we can to accommodate your request.
For enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org