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Now booking our Dec Thai Sails and 

Winter Caribbean 2018 Sails!

See below for scheduled sails with cabins available, or, contact us for your preferred week.

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King’s Cup Regatta Crew Call

Phuket, Thailand: 1st week of Dec, 2017

We are offering crew positions for the 31st King’s Cup Regatta, the largest sailing race in Asia.

CCS at the King's Cup Regatta

Sloops crossing mid-race

Experience is not necessary, only a willingness to learn, compete and enjoy the racing comradery.

The Regatta is every first week in Dec in honor of the late King’s birthday, Dec 5.

See: Regatta Info

And: A Regatta Race Log

We’ll teach you your position during the practice day; by the week’s end; you’ll be an expert! Experienced sailors are of course also welcome; foredeck anyone?

Contact us to join this sailing Regatta.

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Phuket, Thailand, Phang Nga Bay Sail:

3rd week of Dec, 2017

Following the King’s Cup Regatta, we’ll have our annual Phuket sail starting out of Yacht Haven Marina in NE Phuket.

Railai Beach, near Krabi, Thailand, CCS Sail Phuket

Railai Beach, near Krabi, east of Phi Phi

Join this sail in Phang Nga Bay, location of giant Hong islands and small sandy beaches. Phi Phi island can be a stop, and Koh Lanta, Kata Noi … The itinerary is flexible, all you need is a sense of adventure!

We’ll take a mid 40s monohull or catamaran, your choice. A week of sailing, sunning, beaching, swimming and snorkeling in this exotic Asian destination!

Contact us

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Caribbean Sail : 

DUE TO HURRICANE, ONLY SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

Mid-Jan, 2018, 2017

Let’s leave the cold winter behind and sail the warm winds of the Caribbean!

Cane Garden Bay, BVI Sailing

White sandy beaches of the Caribbean

The popular choice is the BVI but there are other islands equally fun for your week of sailing: St. Martin & St. Barth, Guadeloupe, Martinique, Antigua, The Grenadines, etc. Let’s plan your holiday in the sun and sandy beaches at one of these great cruising areas.

Join us for your January escape! We can offer you a catamaran or monohull sailboat.

Queen Cabins are Available,   Contact us

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British Virgin Islands Sail : 

SUSPENDED DUE TO HURRICANE, LOOKING AT ALTERNATIVE CARIBBEAN DESTINATIONS

24 Feb –  3 March, 2018, 2017

The BVI is one of the best cruising areas in the world! Great weather, good wind, nice infrastructure for yachts, plenty of choice of day and overnight stops – what’s not to like?

White Bay, BVI, CCS Sailing

White Bay, BVI, Caribbean

Out of Tortola, we’ll take out mid-40 ft. yacht to the islands along the Sir Francis Drake Channel: Norman, Peter, Coopers and also stop at Virgin Gorda to visit the famous Baths..

We have many choices; Bitter End or Leverick Bay?; Cane Garden Bay or Foxy’s Taboo at Long Bay?; Sandy Cay or Sandy Spit?; Great Harbor or White Bay? ….

Join our week’s sailing tour in the beautiful BVI.

Queen Cabins are Available, Contact us

 

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Caribbean Sail : 

DUE TO HURRICANE, ONLY SOUTHERN CARIBBEAN UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

17-24 March, 2017

Start the early spring with a sail in the warm Bahamas or Caribbean. Easy flights to the Bahamas and the northern Caribbean Islands; more adventurous to the southern Caribbean!

Grand Case, St Martin, CCS

Grand Case, St Martin, Caribbean

Abaco and Exumas, Bahamas have amazing turquois waters and miles of white sand beaches. Or we’ll sail over to Eleuthera  and enjoy its tiki restaurants.

Many choices in the Caribbean: the BVI is one of the best cruising grounds in the world. Heading south along the island chain: St. Martin & St. Barth, Antigua, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Lucia, St. Vincent & the Grenadines …

 

Queen Cabins are Available,   Contact us

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If you don’t see something you like here, let us know where & when you prefer to sail and we will plan it with you.              CONTACT

Thanks, 
Capt. Bob