Friday Halloween - Day Sail in the Solent

Hi All,

We are running a Day sail in the Solent around the Halloween weekend.y.

For those who have never sailed before this is a great opportunity to get out on a boat and learn about everything. The skipper will be able to walk you through all the different aspects of the boat. Including navigation, helming, sails, triming...

Where do we sleep?
Just to fill in any of the uninitiated, typically yachts are considered to have 4 rooms, three of these rooms are actual rooms and the fourth is the main cabin where the table usually lowers and turns into a bed.

Experience required: None

Duncan Malcolm

First Mate

- *Weather dependant
5.30pm - Meet at the bar on the terrace in Waterloo (Used to be Reef bar) Or in Hamble anytime after 7pm
7pm - Drop bags on boat
8pm - Dinner & drinks

8.30am - Morning briefing on boats
10am - Set sail around the Solent
4pm - Dock at Hamble Point Marina
6pm - Return to London (If not staying for the weekend)

Meeting Places
Thursday 5.30pm @ Bar on balcony in Waterloo station (used to be Reef bar)
Thursday 7pm - At boat or restaurant - Exact details tbc

Cost: £50/prsn OR £25 if already coming on the weekend - You will be contacted for payment please be quick to secure your place.
Includes - Boat, on-boat accommodation, breakfast & snacks..

Train to Southampton from Waterloo on Thursday, those running late can take later trains. Make sure to get the discounted 4 for 2 train tickets.

Thursday: Dinner on Thursday night at a restaurant/pub near the boat
Friday: Continental breakfast and lunch onboard.

Breakfast food onboard: Variety pack cereals, Milk, Cold Meets & Bread
Alcohol: 1 bottle of Havana Rum & Cola.
*Please bring any additional fav food, snacks, alcohol (Recomended a bottle of wine/rum/gin or 6 pack of beer each)

At Nicks suggestion (which I think is great) please bring along a treat, this could be your favourite cake or even some home cooking!

What to bring
Gloves, Hat
Windproof jacket
Sleeping bag
A soft bag, No suitcases (nowhere to put them..)
No JEANs (they stick to you when wet and are v. uncomfotable)
Non-marking trainers &/Or sailing boots if you have them
*If it turns out to be wet weather you'll be able to rent ollies from the charter company

See you soon, Thanks, Duncan