Cast off for your first day of sailing on the stunning Solent. Moor at one of the many places in the sailing capital of the UK – Cowes – and stop for lunch at one of the fantastic seafood restaurants. Later in the day, head east, onward to Bembridge.
Spend some time exploring the local beaches and maybe even head to Culver Down – a sweeping headland with spectacular views along to Sandown and Shanklin.
Sail south from Poole along the picturesque coastline of Studland and Swanage, sailing past the Old Harry Rocks. On the way, you could stop at the popular Studland Beach and go for a swim, if you’re lucky enough to have some hot weather!
The famous rounded bay of Lulworth Cove makes for a lovely overnight stop. Why not take a 1 mile walk over to Durdle Door to watch the sun set and then on the way back, head to the 400 year old Lulworth Cove Inn for dinner.
Finish your yacht charter with a slow, ambling day exploring quaint Beaulieu and nearby Buckler’s Hard – the 18th century shipbuilding village that built three ships which fought at the Battle of Trafalgar.
Beaulieu has a few nice cafes and restaurants where you can take a relaxing lunch stop before finishing your holiday after your final leg to Hamble.
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