- Sailing Instruction
- Safety Equipment (Life jackets and harnesses)
- All meals to include refreshments throughout the day
- Bed linen, duvet, pillows
- Waterproof jacket and trousers - but you are welcome to bring your own if you prefer
What is not included
- Alcoholic beverages
- wellie boots
What to Bring
Please limit yourself to one soft bag or rucksack as there is limited storage space on board. No suitcases please!
Anny does have waterproof jacket and trousers you can borrow in a variety of sizes. if you have your own outdoor waterproof of any type you might want to bring your own so you know you can get a good fit.
If you need any advice please ring us on 01872 580022
- warm, windproof jacket for days when you don't want to wear a heavy waterproof jacket
- Hats for sun and cold weather.
- At least two sets of warm clothes - layers e.g. tracksuit bottoms, shirts, fleece jacket, wool jumpers, thick socks, and neck scarf. It can get cold at sea even in mid summer.
- Swim suit, towel, and suntan lotion.
- Flat shoes with a good grip e.g. trainers or sailing deck shoes.
- Sailing boots or wellies as the sea can come over deck if rough*.
- (An alternative to boots in summer is to bring another pair of flat shoes with a good grip in case the first pair get wet).
- All terrain type sandals are great for dinghy trips ashore – but you do need shoes which protect your toes for sailing.
- Scillies trips – Walking boots are useful and can be these can be worn on Pilgrims deck too
- A small rucksack is useful for going ashore
- Camera, binoculars, sketchbook, a relaxing read.
- Passport for French Voyages, Reciprocal Free Health Care card in Europe.
- Please bring a passport on French trips
- Any medication, spare spectacles. Seasick tablets - check with your Doctor, which brand if you suffer asthma or are on medication.
- RYA Cruising Logbook or similar if you want to log your sailing experience e.g. sea miles, night hours
- Musical instruments are always welcome.
Anny does not always have wine bottles for sale on board so you are welcome to bring modest quantities of alcohol e.g. to drink with evening meals, but drinking whilst sailing is not allowed.