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Set sail with Sunsail at Southampton International Boat Show

by Liberty Ash 15 Sep 2019 10:30 BST 13-22 September 2019
Set sail with Sunsail at the Southampton International Boat Show © Nicolas Claris

With continued investment in the Sunsail fleet, visitors to Southampton International Boat Show can look forward to choosing their perfect sailing holiday from more than 20 locations around the world.

Sarah Cotgreave, Sunsail's UK Marketing Manager comments, "Our team of dedicated holiday planners can't wait to help visitors find the right sailing holiday - whether they are first time adventurers or seasoned explorers. From Port Solent to Belize, our continued investment in our global fleet means that our guests can look forward to exploring locations knowing that the yachts offer performance and comfort. Our holiday planners have been to the locations and are full of ideas on how to tailor the range of holidays we offer to exceed our guests' expectations."

Sunsail Debuts new Lagoon Catamarans in The Mediterranean and expands new Lagoon Fleet in the Caribbean

Six new award-winning Lagoon catamarans will be available for charter across the Mediterranean from June 2020 and the new Lagoon fleet in the Caribbean will expand to 15 yachts by the end of 2019.

The Sunsail Lagoon 424 and Sunsail Lagoon 464 will be available for charter in nine top holiday destinations. In production now, guests can begin booking these yachts immediately for charters in Greece, Spain, Croatia, BVI, St. Martin, St. Lucia, The Bahamas, and Belize.

Made popular by sailing enthusiasts around the world, Lagoon catamarans blend comfort with design. A mainstay of the global sailing community, Sunsail partners with world-class brands like Robertson and Caine, and Lagoon to delight experienced bareboat sailors who demand quality builds as well as Skippered charter guests who enjoy large, liveable spaces.

New UK Flotillas from Port Solent

In Spring 2020, the first 15 new Jeanneau Sunsail 41.0 yachts will arrive at Port Solent and be available for charters exploring the stunning UK south coast. To celebrate sailing in the UK and the arrival of the new fleet, Sunsail is launching four new flotillas.

To mark the start of the sailing season, the new Easter Solent Sights Flotilla (10-13 April 2020) features a lead flotilla yacht and crew and is the chance to visit some of the famous destinations of the Solent including Cowes and Hamble.

Sail alongside Sunsail Brand Ambassador Ollie Phillips and explore the iconic sailing destinations that Port Solent offers by joining the May Solent Sights Flotilla (23-25 May).

In 1620, the Pilgrim fathers set sail from Southampton destined for America. Sunsail's Mayflower 400th Anniversary event is an eight day rally (16-23 August 2020) retracing the early stages of the Mayflower's voyage from the Solent to Dartmouth and Plymouth.

Celebrate the end of the summer holidays with a three day sociable flotilla trip to Poole and back to the Solent as part of the Summer Bank Holiday Flotilla (29-31 August 2020).

The offer a beautiful, modern and spacious interior creating an unrivalled boating experience. Taking inspiration from modern racing boats, the Sunsail 41.0 features a full-length chine, twin rudders and a reverse bow that rises out of the water. At a total length of 12.95m, the deck construction boasts 30% weight savings compared to traditional decks, resulting in a boat that is balanced, responsive and rewarding to helm.

New brochure

Featuring inspiring itineraries, details of destinations and the fleet, Sunsail's new brochure is available to download from www.sunsail.co.uk/choosing-sunsail/brochure

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