Solent Sailing Cruise For One (£79) or Two (£149) with Marine Charters International (Up to 78% Off)
- Sailing options offered on the Solent and Caribbean
- Private chartered events
- Cruise for one or two as part of a group of up to 12
- Carbon-fibre Maxi yacht with sailing experience and on-board crew
- Runs from Gosport to Cowes
- Includes drinks reception, snacks, and safety briefing
- Up to 4.5 hour boat time
Limit 1 per person or 2 people. May buy multiple as gifts. Booking required online via http://grouponbookings.co.uk/marine-charters-iii/. 14 day cancellation policy. Must be 5 or older; under 18s must be accompanied by an adult. Trips last 4.5 hours; arrive 30 minutes before allocated time. Valid for 1 or 2 people sailing as part of group of up to 12. Original values verified 21 May 2012 at 2.12pm.
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The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea in a beautiful pea green high-spec sailing boat, because they had planned their trip for months and taken sailing lessons. Get blown away with today’s Groupon from Marine Charter International. Choose from the following options:
• £79 for a Solent sailing cruise on a Maxi yacht for one (Up to 77% off)
• £149 for a Solent sailing cruise on a Maxi yacht for two (Up to 78% off)
Slicing sleekly through the spray, Marine Charters International run a seaworthy vessel across the Solent and in the Caribbean for charters, race training, days out and taster sails. The Maxi IDEA is a carbon fibre powerhouse, regularly upgraded to slice an ever-sleeker path through the waves. As suited to competitive racing as it is to days out, the yacht runs regularly for Regatta charters, race coaching and raucous outings for seaworthy stags and hens.
Setting foot on Maxi racing yacht, IDEA, in the Hampshire harbour of Gosport, a group of up to 12 land lubbers and sea farers will be given a drinks reception, an introduction, and a briefing. As the ship sets sail, cruisers and the on-board crew will tack and gybe their way across the Solent to Cowes, the home of sailing on the Isle of Wight. Once they have indulged in harbour side snacks and drinks, deckhands will be ready for the return journey, carving a foaming wake as they speed homewards. Mariners can choose to meet at either 9am or 3pm, setting sail thirty minutes later under the watchful gaze of their skipper.