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COWES FOLLY INN ISLE OF WIGHT LUXURY BOAT TRIP

 

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LUNCH at THE FOLLY INN ON THE BANKS OF THE RIVER MEDINA, WHIPPINGHAM

 

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SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON

 

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THE COWES AND RIVER MEDINA ISLE OF WIGHT LUXURY BOAT TRIP with LUNCH at the FOLLY INN, on the banks of the RIVER MEDINA, WHIPPINGHAM, ISLE OF WIGHT

The best way to see Cowes and the River Medina with The Salamander Cowes Isle of Wight Luxury Boat Trip

A full-day cruise sailing in the Solent from Lymington to Cowes, on the Isle of Wight. Salamander will enter the River Medina, which separates East and West Cowes, and explore the upper reaches as far as the Folly Inn, in Whippingham.

Your Salamander Cowes and River Medina Boat Trip includes a welcoming champagne breakfast on board Salamander of Lymington, a stop for lunch at the Folly Inn on the bank of the River Medina and afternoon tea back on board Salamander, your private yacht for the day, on your return passage to Lymington.

The Folly Inn is an English pub, on the bank of the River Medina, a short distance up the river from Cowes, and is famous for welcoming sailors in all weathers for many years. The Folly inn offers pub food, plenty of space inside and large terraces outside with a view of the river.

Salamander Cowes and Isle of Wight Boat Trip Adventure - Lunch at the Folly Inn on the bank of the River Medina

Cowes, the River Medina and its many Yacht Clubs are known the world over for organising some of the most famous races, including the annual Cowes Week Regatta and Round The Island Race and the bi-annual Fastnet Race.

Departure Details for the Salamander Cowes Isle of Wight Boat Trip

 

The Salamander Cowes and River Medina Boat Trip will normally depart Berthon Lymington Marina at 10.00, viewing Lymington Town Quay, Lymington River, the Solent with views across to Yarmouth and the Isle of Wight, before entering Cowes and the River Medina, stopping in Whippingham, Isle of Wight for lunch at the Folly Inn on the banks of the River Medina, and returning to Lymington at approximately 16.00.

 

Times may vary slightly as this Adventure is tide and weather dependant. 

 

Bespoke arrangements can also be made to meet guests in Lymington, Buckler's Hard on the Beaulieu River, Southampton, the Hamble, Portsmouth and Gosport in Hampshire, Cowes and Yarmouth on the Isle of Wight and Poole in Dorset. 

 

Departure times can be agreed to suit guest’s wishes. 

Lymington, Yarmouth, Cowes, Hamble, Southampton, Portsmouth and Poole are well served by trains and ferries making overland connections for boarding and disembarking Salamander very easy.

 

Lymington, The New Forest and the Isle of Wight are unique destination venues for some amazing scenery, with luxurious boutique hotels and excellent fine dining providing the perfect backdrop to combine with some wonderful sailing on board Salamander, a traditional yacht with a classically designed teak interior

Transfers from hotels can be arranged.

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Salamander of Lymington - your luxury yacht for the day

Your cruise will be on board the luxury 58 foot ocean-going sailing yacht Salamander of Lymington, which has successfully circumnavigated the world with the current skipper. You will be able to try your hand under supervision, if you wish, or you can sit back and luxuriate in the warmth of the teak pilot house saloon with great wrap round windows. Salamander is heated and perfectly suited for year round use, both sailing and cruising under motor.

The Georgian Town of Lymington from onboard Salamander

Lymington, where Salamander is normally based, is well worth a visit on foot, a charming Georgian town with cobbled streets, with many hotels, banks, pubs, restaurants and independent shops, lying between the New Forest and the Solent, the most famous stretch of sheltered water in the world of sailing, the venue of so many world class events, and just around the corner from the Beaulieu River, Cowes, Yarmouth, The National Trust Reserve at Newtown River, Portsmouth, Southampton, and last but not least the world famous and iconic Needles on the Isle of Wight.

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What's included in the price for a Salamander Cowes Isle of Wight Boat Trip?

 

  • Full-day cruise on Salamander for up to 12 guests.

  • A professional crew of 3, probably the highest crew to guest ratio on the south coast, usually including the round the world owner skipper with tales to tell, so you may relax or take part ... it's up to you.

 

  • Full dedicated steward service on board serving a champagne breakfast to include a glass of bucks fizz, a bacon roll, Danish bites and tea or coffee.

 

  • Mooring fees for The Folly Inn

 

  • Afternoon tea including a selection of scones and cakes on board Salamander of Lymington

 

  • Soft drinks, tea and coffee are available throughout the day on board Salamander of Lymington

 

  • Parking adjacent to Salamander in Berthon Lymington Marina, Bath Road, Lymington, SO41 3YL

 

 

*Based upon a minimum of 6 guests

 

**Guests pay for their own lunch at the Folly Inn, including any drinks and water taxi fares if applicable.

Tall Ships moored alongside Trinity Landing in West Cowes

TESTIMONIAL - WHAT DO THE SALAMANDER SAILING ADVENTURE GUESTS SAY ?

 

“Amazing day out to Cowes and weekend away!”

"Booked a weekend trip to Lymington including a day trip to Cowes with a bunch of friends and I must say it was one of the best experiences I have had. The hosts (Sue and Chris) were very accommodating and friendly - Chris even let me steer the yacht! The cooked breakfast was amazing quality and in sum a great break. Can not recommend enough! "

chesworth11, Sydney, Australia - TripAdvisor Review