Are you looking for a break? Hop on board! Alone, with family or with friends, lets... Read more
Active sailing trip from Brest to LissabonAvailable for passengers aged 15 years and over, as well as for youth (special discounts for youth 15 - 25 years).
Are you looking for a break? Hop on board! Alone, with family or with friends, lets start this adventure!
Once you step aboard you will get to know the crew and your fellow travelers. Coffee and tea will be ready and when everybody has arrived, the Captain will introduce the crew and give safety instructions. As soon as possible the ship will cast off and we will start our sailing trip back home, with a visit to Channel Islands.
The watch system of 4 hours on and 8 hours off, will start. In this way, the ship can continue sailing day and night! Outside the watch there is plenty of time to relax and enjoy the calmness of the sea! Experience is not necessary, you will be guided by our professional crew. Sailing, steering, navigation and keep the lookout, are you ready to set sail?
This is included
- Unlimited coffee, tea and fruit
- Full board
- A once in a lifetime experience
This is not included:
- Transfer to and from the ship
- Optional excursions during the trip
- Drinks and souvenirs are available for purchase onboard, cash only.
- Travel Insurance, mandatory
- Cancellation insurance, recommended
Questions about this voyage? Please contact us!
Lisbon is the capital of Portugal and also the largest city in Portugal. The city is also known as "the white city". This is the romantic name of the city. The capital is located above the northern bank of the Tagus and stretches over 7 hills. The city is best known for its quaint, winding and narrow streets. There are also beautiful squares and wide shopping streets. The city is divided into several districts, each with its own character. In the center itself you can take various tram rides, such as tram 28 which makes a 50-minute tour through narrow and steep streets. This tram ride also arrives in several districts, such as Baixa, Graca and Alfama. The oldest district of Alfama is located at the castle '' Castelo de São Jorge '' This castle was built in the Iron Age. Inside the castle you will find a relaxing park. You can also climb up the castle to enjoy the astonishing view. You can enjoy delicious dishes in the Time Out Market food hall. In the middle of the hall are long tables where you can eat and on the side of the hall you will find all kinds of different eateries where you can order something and then eat it in the beautiful hall. If you are a true maritime fan, you can also visit the Lisbon Maritime Museum. Here you can get acquainted with the long maritime history of Portugal. The Portuguese navigators are one of the greatest explorers in the world. This museum is also definitely dedicated to them. The museum features more than 17,000 artifacts, all of which are on display in this museum. The 2 most fascinating ships on display here are the two 18th-century state sloops that have carried people such as Queen Elizabeth II and Kaiser Wilhelm II. You can also see several old sea charts that are centuries old and the 1st seaplane the Santa Cruz that crossed the Atlantic in 1922. The Monastery of Mosteiro dos Jerónimos also surrounds the museum. A beautiful old monastery known for its ancient architecture and for its custard filled cakes “Pastel de Nata” these pastries were invented by the monks of the monastery. The pastries are now known worldwide and definitely worth trying.