Our Approach


> We will accept all cancellations arising from virus concerns (whether due to Government instruction, marina policy or of the member who has booked with us). This is regardless of when/whether current national restrictions are eased.



> We will return any payments made to date if charterers or skippered charter berth takers so wish (or we will give credit for re-booking). Contact us if you want payment returned. If we do not hear from you and the date of your booking passes without our being able to make the yacht available, we will hold the credit for your next trip. This is our "no-go, no-cost" undertaking.

> Bearing in mind the significant impact of cancellation of a whole charter, it is hoped that crew members not directly affected by Covid will continue with their charter and, if possible, recruit a replacement for anyone not able to sail.

> Bookings for 2022 season now being taken.


> We will continue to review the implications of both national and local rules. We will endeavour to keep you up to date with our interpretation of the situation.

> While we will try to offer interpretations and guidance, it is the responsibility of those on board, on a work party or similar to ensure that current rules are complied with.

Update (April 2022)

Updated guidance for the 2022 sailing season is now available on the Publications Page

Progress with the national vaccination programme obviously encourages us, Skippers/ charterers may require crew members to be fully vaccinated, and may ask you for evidence of Covid status before you come aboard.


Remember when sailing from one jurisdiction to another you may become subject to different rules - this includes between the home nations and as well as cruises to France and Eire.

​​Alan Phillpot