$1,950USD / £1,389 per person*
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*Trips are priced in the operator’s local currency. The sterling amount shown is a guide only and the amount you pay in sterling will change with currency fluctuations.
Departing the Caribbean in the last days of the racing season this passage takes us North and West to Stamford, CT on board a beautiful ocean going race yacht. Whether you have been busy racing, taking it easy cruising in the Caribbean or maybe you just want some more (fast) miles in the logbook, this is an excellent opportunity to sail to North America and experience the impressive offshore conveyor belt system that is the Gulf Stream Current.
Trip Start: 6th May 2018
Trip End: 19th May 2018 Book now
Race style pipe cots
Deposit and cancellation:
Full payment upfront. STRICT See deposit and cancellations policy
- Food while on the boat
- Accommodation on the boat once training has begun
- 2 days of safety training prior to the event
- Crew shirt to wear onboard & keep
- Food ashore
- Wet weather gear
- Travel to and from the yacht
The Gulf Stream Flyer is not all tea & biscuits though with strong thermal gradients that can create regular squalls and dramatic weather along the route. If there was ever a boat to take on such a challenge though it has to be this beautiful Volvo 60 which was built to take on the Southern Ocean- we are therefore happy to accept sailors of all skill levels and ages to join us for this exciting and dynamic trip.
GETTING THERE (AND BACK)
Fly into V.C Bird International, Antigua
Specialist off-shore sailing insurance is required. We can direct you to the insurer we use. Ask for information when you enquire.
Nearest major International Airport: JFK, NYC.
After 2 days of training in beautiful Antigua, we leave the island behind us and head North – next stop, Stamford, some 1,600nm away!
Running at speeds of up to 5 knots North the Gulf Stream makes it’s way up the East Coast of America carrying billions of tons of warm water North as part of one of the planet’s major climatic processes. The result for us is a warm water trip all the way to Stamford.
- 20-25 litre dry bag
- Wet weather gear top and trousers
- Thermal/breathable base layer x 1 (thin)
- Fleece top
- Deck shoes
- Sea boots
- Sailing gloves x 1
- Warm hat
- Sun hat
- Sailing knife
- pocket torch or (preferably) a head torch (red lens)
- Sleeping bag and/or sleep sheet
- T-shirt x 3 preferably a quick dry, breathable UV protection type
- Shorts x 2
- Sunglasses x 1 pair with retaining strap
- Underwear as required
- B1/B2 US Visa (Not required for people USA or Canadain passports)