POOLE HARBOUR STUDLAND BAY OLD HARRY ROCKS JURASSIC COAST LUXURY SAILING HOLIDAYS AND BOAT TRIPS
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EXPERIENCE POOLE HARBOUR and BROWNSEA ISLAND SANDBANKS STUDLAND BAY and OLD HARRY ROCKS JURASSIC COAST
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SALAMANDER OF LYMINGTON
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POOLE HARBOUR BROWNSEA ISLAND SANDBANKS STUDLAND BAY OLD HARRY ROCKS JURASSIC COAST LUXURY SAILING HOLIDAYS WEEKEND BREAKS SHORT BREAKS AND BOAT TRIPS
Discover Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island, Sandbanks, Studland Bay, Old Harry Rocks, Jurassic Coast Luxury Weekend Break or Short Break Sailing Holiday Boat Trip | Brief Description
Your Salamander Sailing Adventure short break or weekend break holiday starts immediately you step on board Salamander, an ocean going sailing yacht which has circumnavigated the world with its owner skipper.
After you have been introduced to Salamander we leave Lymington for the Solent passing through the Hurst Narrows, where you will be able to see Hurst Castle and Lighthouse before entering Christchurch Bay. We will then pass Bournemouth, Sandbanks and Studland Bay before entering Poole Harbour, a natural harbour covering some 36 square kilometres.
We will stay in Poole Quay Boat Haven marina, subject to availability, conveniently located in the middle of Poole adjacent to the Town Quay itself.
There are a number of attractions in the area, which can be best seen only from a yacht, including Poole Harbour and Brownsea Island, Studland Bay, Old Harry Rocks, which were connected once upon a time with the Needles on the Isle of Wight, Swanage, Worbarrow Bay and further afield picturesque Lulworth Cove.
Depending on the number of days you choose to spend on board Salamander you will be able to choose where and when to see some or all of these sights and more.
Salamander and her crew will be available to fulfil your every wish. Each day we will offer fresh ideas and discuss with you what you would like to do. You may wish to relax and take time out or actively take part in sailing Salamander.
It will be up to you.
Studland Bay marks the beginning of the Jurassic Coast, famous for Old Harry Rocks, Worbarrow Bay, Lulworth Cove and so much more. If you prefer we can stay on anchor every night in a different location.
Salamander of Lymington - How to discover Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island, Sandbanks, Studland Bay, Old Harry Rocks and the Jurassic Coast in style
Your weekend break or short break sailing holiday 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
How to visit Poole Harbour, Brownsea Island, Sandbanks, Studland Bay, Old Harry Rocks, Jurassic Coast Luxury Weekend Break or Short Break Sailing Holiday Boat Trip | Departure Details
The Salamander Poole, Sandbanks, Studland Bay and Old Harry Rocks Boat Trip will normally depart Berthon Lymington Marina.
Bespoke arrangements can be made for guests to be picked up from Lymington, Beaulieu River, Southampton, the Hamble, Portsmouth, Gosport, Cowes, Yarmouth and Poole.
Departure times can be agreed to suit guest’s wishes.
Both Poole and Lymington are well served by trains making connections overland between the two very easy.
What's included in the price?
2 or 3 day cruise with overnight accommodation on board Salamander for up to 6 guests.
A professional crew, 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.
Meals on board.*
Afternoon tea or evening cocktails.
Soft drinks, tea and coffee are available throughout your stay on board Salamander.
Parking adjacent to Salamander in Berthon Lymington Marina, Bath Road, Lymington, SO41 3YL
* Meals ashore are not included
Poole Town Quay
Brownsea Island in Poole Harbour
Studland Bay between Poole Harbour and Old Harry Rocks
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.
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! "
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