A hands-on sailing experience, with lunch moored out on the lake
10.30am – 1.30pm Lunch Sailing Experience
After a tour of Bowness Bay we hoist the sails and enjoy the peace and quiet as we explore Windermere. Sit back, relax and enjoy the amazing scenery or get completely involved with trimming the sails and helming the ocean going yacht.
At noon we drop the sails, find a quiet spot in one of Windermere’s many bays, relax and enjoy a locally sourced lunch and a glass or two of complementary house wine.
A selection of beers from the Hawkshead brewery, speciality wines, prosecco and champagne can be purchased from our on board bar.
We finish with tea or coffee and my Mum’s homemade cake as we motor back to the marina.
For more details on the Lunchtime Sailing Experience Menu, please click here.
MULTI-GUEST USE: (joined by up to 2 other couples)
£45 per person (Adult or Child Weekday)
£50 per person (Adult or Child Weekend)
EXCLUSIVE USE: (hire the skippered yacht just for YOUR private group)
|£250 for 2-persons
£275 for 3-4 persons
£300 for 5-6 persons
£400 for 7-8 persons
Please go to the BOOKINGS PAGE to check availability and make a booking
Practical tips for your safety and enjoyment
- Please wear soft non-slip shoes.
- We supply all safety equipment.
- Wear warm clothes for cold days.
- No Smoking.
- Remember your camera.
- Although we dine in the comfort of the cabin, the sailing element is outdoors so a waterproof coat and trousers are essential if it’s raining.
- Pets of any description are not permitted on board.
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