SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON
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THE SALAMANDER SAILING ADVENTURE
Experience Sailing To Lymington, Beaulieu, Buckler’s Hard, The Hamble, Southampton, Portsmouth, The Solent, Yarmouth, Newtown, Cowes, Isle Of Wight, The South Coast and the Caribbean between December and May
WE WILL BE HAPPY TO DISCUSS ANY IDEAS YOU MIGHT HAVE FOR YOUR BESPOKE SAILING ADVENTURE, DAY SAIL, WEEKEND BREAK, SHORT BREAK OR HOLIDAY – SO THAT YOU AND YOUR GUESTS CAN EXPERIENCE A SPECIAL TIME ON BOARD OUR LUXURY CHARTER YACHT SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON, WHETHER IN LYMINGTON, BEAULIEU RIVER, BUCKLER’S HARD, THE RIVER HAMBLE, SOUTHAMPTON WATER, PORTSMOUTH, YARMOUTH, NEWTOWN RIVER, COWES, ISLE OF WIGHT, STUDLAND BAY, POOLE.
A SALAMANDER CHARTER - THE BEST OF SPARKMAN & STEPHENS AND NAUTICAT TEAK LINED COMFORT
There are many stunning sailing areas and destinations to choose from. Bespoke fine dining can be enjoyed either on board Salamander at anchor in a beautiful anchorage with stunning idyllic views or ashore in a destination hotel / restaurant. The Salamander Sailing Adventure has inside knowledge and connections with the leading hotels and restaurants in the New Forest, in the towns, villages and cities bordering the Solent and on the Isle of Wight. Let us arrange an unforgettable day out for you, your family and friends or your work colleagues.
HOW MANY GUESTS ON BOARD SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON ?
Salamander can entertain up to 12 guests. Three crew will be provided, normally including a world circumnavigator skipper and two further crew, including a dedicated full-time Steward / Stewardess.
For the ultimate in luxury Salamander Sailing Adventures suggest Salamander is most comfortable when dining with 6 to 8 guests on board, when guests can sit around the same table. If 12 guests wish to dine the lower saloon with its own table can be used.
For extended cruising, ie in excess of 24 hours, Salamander of Lymington is MCA safety coded to comfortably accommodate 6 guests on board.
WHAT IS THE TYPICAL CHARTER DAY SCHEDULE ON BOARD SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON ?
We will be happy to discuss any ideas you might have for your particular adventure to try to ensure that you and your guests experience a special time on board Salamander of Lymington. No Charter Day is the same, but a typical schedule for a day sail could be as follows:-
09:00 - you will be greeted on board Salamander by the skipper and crew, including your steward or stewardess. Your party will be offered coffee and pastries and a brief introduction to Salamander Sailing Adventures and her circumnavigation of the world. Then after a safety briefing and introduction to the layout and facilities on board, the crew will prepare your guests and Salamander for departure.
Salamander will depart at approximately 10:00 and proceed to her destination, either under sail or motor, or a combination of both as the weather and tides permit.
Refreshments will be available throughout the day. Anyone who wishes to take an active part will be encouraged to get involved when it is safe to do so. Previous sailing experience will not be necessary. Alternatively you can simply sit back and enjoy your company and the views.
Lunch on board Salamander at anchor, prepared from fresh local seasonal produce, when possible, or ashore by prior arrangement.
During the afternoon there will be the opportunity for a further sail or motor.
Arrival back in Lymington will be around 16:00, which will give those with onward travel arrangements, plenty of time.
Alternatively, your Adventure might on return to port go on to include afternoon tea in the pilot house saloon, followed by a champagne sundowner on deck, when you will be able to relax and recount your day’s sail, followed by a meal specially arranged for you on shore at a well-known restaurant.
We can also arrange local accommodation for you if you wish.
TESTIMONIAL - WHAT DO THE SALAMANDER SAILING ADVENTURE GUESTS SAY ?
"We caught up with the Salamander after it had crossed the Bay of Biscay and passed through the Straights of Gibraltar. We boarded her at anchor in La Herrudura and sailed with Chris and Sue to Penon del Santo where we had a fabulous fish lunch in a relaxed beach restaurant. We were amazed at the beautiful restoration work they had done on the boat and the thoughtful fitting out with latest technology. Their generous hospitality and tales of derring do made our 2 day stay all too short."
JW - London