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Inner Hebrides August Bank Holiday Sailing Weekend - Firth of Lorne : Scotland


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Visit islands, secluded anchorages and view wild life in its natural environment while making passage in a luxurious ocean going sailing yacht.Your ‘home for the weekend is the "AisligBheag" (Gaelic for small dream or vision and is pronounced AishlickVaick in a soft lilting highland accent). She is a Jeanneau Trinidad 48', which for ease of handling, has roller reefing on the foresail and lazyjacks on the mainsail. The inconspicuous pilot house is equipped with large panaoramic windows making the main saloon light and airy. She is built for speed and comfort with plenty of room for the crew to sleep, eat and relax in. The Skippers prepare the meals but need help with the washing up. For more information visit the “Cruise Ecosse Ltd” web site at www.cruise-ecosse.co.uk. Joining instructions and a kit list are sent out prior to the event.  

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Inner Hebrides August Bank Holiday Sailing Weekend - Firth of Lorne
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