Sailing the Costa Brava at Easter 2015
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Would you like to enjoy this year’s Easter holidays sailing along Costa Brava?
Now you have the chance to share your holidays with others while learning how to sail or simply improve your seamanship.
- We leave port Premià on Thursday, April 2 at 7 pm
- Route: Premià – Sant Feliu de Guíxols – Palamós – Premià
- We’ll be back at port Premià on Monday, April 6 around noon
Price: 350€ per person
- This price includes: the boat, a certified skipper, the berth in Premià de Mar and a dinner in Palamós.
- Not included in the price: the berth in all other ports, boat maintenance.
You will be able to experience the feeling of living on board or several days, making navigation decisions and learn about all the different aspects to take into account when managing a vessel on the sea.
This activity will take place on board a 37 foot sail boat with a capacity for maximum 6 passengers and the skipper. The boat is fully equipped for living on board and the skipper is a certified instructor.
The skipper-instructor will adapt to the level of the crew members to ensure that everyone can improve his or her seamanship, no matter what their previous knowledge is.
What are we going to do?
We will follow the coastal line between Premià and Costa Brava and then come back to Premià while alternating sailing, manoeuvring practices and night sailing…
According to the weather conditions, we will spend the night mooring in one of the coves or berthed in a port. In Palamos, a dinner (included in the price) is awaiting us.
Un recorrido costero Premià-Costa Brava-Premià alternando la navegación a vela con prácticas de maniobras, navegación nocturna …
En función de las condiciones meteorológicas pasaremos las noches fondeados en calas o amarrados en puerto.
En Palamós, compartiremos un menú gastronómico (incluido en el precio).
What you will need
Comfortable, warm clothes, waterproof clothes, boots and shoes with a neutral coloured sole.
Sun protection: sun glasses, cap, sun protection cream
Two towels, one for salt water and one for the shower.
Do not bring more than you need and use a bag instead of a rigid suitcase as space is limited.
The power sockets on board are 12 Volt (like the cigarette lighter in cars).
Life on board
Chores such as cooking and cleaning will be shared among all crew members. Keeping everything clean and tidy is crucial for a pleasant time together in space as reduced as the one on a boat.
For longer sea voyages, a watch system is usually set up at night so that everyone can get some rest even though the skipper-instructor will be constantly alert.