SOLENT SUNSET SAIL TAPAS AND COCKTAILS CRUISE BOAT TRIP
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AN EXCLUSIVE AND INTIMATE SUNSET CRUISE
for up to 12 guests on board
with The Salamander Sailing Adventure
The Best Place to See the Solent Sunset is with a Salamander Cruise Boat Trip
Get a party of up to 12 friends together for a unique and exclusive evening. Let us introduce you to the magic of Sunset at Sea in the Solent. This will be a day to remember for everyone.
After a short sail or motor we will get up close in front of Hurst Lighthouse in the dusk and witness the setting of the sun in the west.
As dusk then turns to darkness you will be able to experience close up Hurst Lighthouse flashing and the Needles Lighthouse in the distance.
Complimentary Tapas and Cocktails will be available all night.
18:30 Depart Lymington
Return to Lymington in the dark sometime after 23:00
All timings and events subject to change.
Where to Find the Solent Sunset Sail Cruise and Boat Trip | Departure Details
The Salamander Luxury Spectator Boat is usually based in Berthon Lymington Marina, in the Georgian town of Lymington.
Salamander expects to depart Lymington in the evening in daylight and return after sunset.
Alternatively bespoke arrangements can be made for an exclusive party of up to 12 guests to be picked up from Lymington, Beaulieu River, Southampton, the Hamble, Portsmouth, Gosport, Cowes, Yarmouth or their chosen location, subject to suitability. Departure times can be agreed to suit the evening programme and guests requirements.
Hotel recommendations for overnight accommodation can be made.
your luxurious private yacht for an exclusive evening
You will spend the evening on board the luxurious 58 foot ocean-going sailing yacht Salamander of Lymington, which has successfully circumnavigated the world with the current skipper. Salamander is heated and perfectly suited for year round use, both sailing and cruising under motor. You can sit back and luxuriate in the warmth of the teak pilot house saloon with great wrap round windows for excellent all round viewing, should the weather be not so great.
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.
Solent Sunset Sail Cruise Boat Trip | What's included in the price?
Sunset viewing on board 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
Full dedicated steward service on board
Tapas or Dinner on board Salamander
A selection of complimentary Cocktails
Soft drinks, tea and coffee are available throughout your stay on board Salamander
Parking, if departing from Lymington, adjacent to Salamander in Berthon Lymington Marina, Bath Road, Lymington, SO41 3
warm saloon with great all round visibity