Our voyages to Brittany are often broken up with a stopover in The Channel Islands. Enjoy the peace and quiet on Sark, the golden sandy beaches on Herm, or the hustle and bustle of life in St Peter Port, in Guernsey. It is an area spoilt with interesting harbours and quiet anchorages.
A short sail away lies the glorious Brittany coastline offering a variety of historic ports, quiet bays and intriguing offshore islands. Expect spectacular scenery, a mild climate, welcoming bakeries, thriving markets, quaint bars and first-class restaurants.
The Devon and Cornish coast offers and abundance of magical stopovers in their own right. There are endless quiet coves, pretty anchorages, sandy beaches, picturesque harbour towns, and secret creeks — many of which are only known by Trinity’s Skippers and the locals.
*Dartmouth Regatta (Extended Brittany Cruise)
Since 1834 The Port of Dartmouth Royal Regatta has become a must on many yachting calendars. The River Dart’s natural deep harbour, with brightly-coloured houses tumbling down its steeply sloping hillsides, is a great place to be — in the thick of the action. Expect spectacular air displays, on-shore live music, food stalls, on-water displays, and elaborate fireworks displays.
Provident will — along with a host of other tall ships and traditional vessels — be taking part in a Parade of Sail during the festival and the voyage ends with the regatta, as part of an eight-night extended voyage to Brittany and The Channel Islands.
All of the below voyages, start and finish in Brixham, Devon.
Brixham is well connected by train to Paignton Station – opposite Paignton Bus Station. The number 12 leaves for Brixham every six minutes and the journey takes 10 minutes. Alternatively, there is a constant fleet of taxis outside of the station.
On booking you’ll be sent a pack with full information on parking, how to find your boat and details on suggested kit list etc.