The United Kingdom is a captivating destination for a sailing holiday which offers a unique blend of rich history, diverse landscapes, and charming waterways. Cruise along the picturesque canals and rivers, such as the iconic Thames or the tranquil Norfolk Broads, and immerse yourself in the country’s fascinating heritage. Explore historic towns and cities along the water, visit majestic castles, and discover hidden gems like quaint waterside pubs and charming villages.
The UK’s rugged coastline provides opportunities for exhilarating sailing holidays, from exploring dramatic cliffs in Cornwall to navigating the stunning Scottish lochs. Enjoy the maritime atmosphere of seaside towns and indulge in fresh seafood delicacies. With its mild summers and vibrant festivals, our UK tours offer boating experiences, from leisurely river cruises to thrilling yacht charters.
The country’s well-established boating infrastructure ensures a comfortable and enjoyable journey, with marinas and moorings dotting the coastline and inland waterways. Whether you’re seeking cultural immersion, natural beauty, or a combination of both, a UK holiday promises an unforgettable experience and a unique perspective on this diverse and captivating country.
Explore Tromsø, known as “the Paris of the North”, nestled in the magnificent fjords of Norway. We should have 2-3 days after the ocean passage to explore the Faroe Islands onshore, so bring hiking shoes.
From £2730 Per person
4th August 2024 to 17th August 2024
Generally, no – beginners are as welcome as experienced sailors on the majority of the trips we list. To be sure, read the description of your trip thoroughly; if particular sailing ability is required, it will be specified there.
What do I need to wear?
Each trip listing has a suggested kit list. This is a good starting point, but you are welcome to bring additional kit.
How can I pay for my booking?
We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express as well as direct bank transfer.
Are Kraken sailing trips suitable for solo travellers?
Generally, YES! Solo travellers may travel alone, but on arrival they become part of the crew. If a trip isn’t suitable for solo travellers you’ll find we will say so on the trip’s listing page.