2017 Sailing Season Comes to an End.

2017 Sailing Season Comes to an End.

The Trinity Sailing 2017 season has officially finished for the year.

Golden Vanity was the last of the fleet out this weekend, finishing of an RYA Day Skipper week. She has now arrived in Brixham, to join Leader and Provident, back on the heritage pontoon. All three vessels will soon be off to Dartmouth for a few months.

We will be keeping on some members of our sea staff over the winter to keep on with the maintenance so our vessels will be back ready and shipshape for the 2018 season, starting next Easter.

Leader and Provident will be alongside Dartmouth’s town pontoon, with Golden Vanity kept out secure on a mooring buoy, over Christmas. After the festive season more of our crew members will be returning as the refit season picks up pace and all three vessels will be brought back to Brixham.

There are some volunteer weekends coming up over the next few months, if anyone would like to come and help with the refit work. Food and accommodation will be provided in return for people getting their hands dirty, under the guidance of our professional crew. To find out more, please send an email to our Operations Director, Ben, via ben@trinitysailing.org

We have started taking bookings for sail training and look forward to welcoming some schools and youth organisations, both new and existing. Our 2018 cruising programme is now live. You can also download, or print, our brochure here. We look forward to seeing you all on board next year!