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Seafin holidays 

Seafin, our 72' motor yacht,  provides a wonderful base for your holiday whether it’s a ‘staycation’ for your family’s summer holiday or a riverside getaway day for up to two households*

Relax on the deck cushions, sun-loungers and beanbags on the upper deck, listen to music on the built-in speaker system, play[...]

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Overnight charters are back!!

Take your holiday with us

We are delighted to confirm, that following the recent government announcement and confirmation from The British Marine Federation, overnight charters will be permitted from 4 July 2020*.

Soak up some time on the water, away from the scores of holidaymakers on land! Our fleet of yachts offer a fabulous, safe environment to enjoy the picturesque Solent and beyond. Start planning your multi-day sailing holiday now!

*Initially, this is for single households but we are expecting this to be extended to include two households and are awaiting further guidance.

So if you want a dose of Vitamin Sea then give us a call on 02380 457110 or contact us.
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We are open for day sailing!

The team is delighted to welcome you back to Hamble!

We are now able to offer day charters giving you the opportunity for a great family day out on the water. Our bareboat charters give you space and freedom to enjoy the picturesque Solent in safety. Enjoy the fresh sea air, countryside walks, and moor up with your own picnic on board.

Please note that some restrictions do still apply to comply with government guidance - charters are restricted to members of the same household plus your bubble, social distancing must be adhered to and staying on board overnight is not yet permitted.

For peace of mind all our yachts and procedures are adhering (and often exceeding) the government guidelines for safety and cleaning.

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What the government announcement means for charters!

Following the recent government announcement, we've been keeping a close eye on what this might mean for our charterers. It comes to us as a blow that guidance from The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) confirm the charter of boats is not allowed during the current phase of lock down. 

Commercial boating operations will remain closed and the current guidance indicates we can resume at the same time as the hospitality sector, which is anticipated to re-open in July.  Private households are able to go day sailing on their own boats.

We are open for business though and taking bookings for July[...]
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How to be alone but not lonely, advice from some of the world’s top offshore sailors!

At a time when a good many of us are spending more time in our own company and with considerably less interaction with friends and family than normal, it's easy to feel isolated and alone. Weve gathered some articles that bring together the thoughts and advice of sailors who are used to long periods of isolation. We've rounded up the sailorsadvice and some common themes which might help to offer some comfort in the climate we find ourselves in today.

Adapting to a change in circumstance

Pip Hare, a first-time entrant in this year read more