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Gold Duke of Edinburgh Expedition voyage- Explore the West country

A fun and interesting way to do you Gold or Silver Duke of Edinburgh expedition later in the 2019 summer holidays at the end of August. Embark on a voyage, aimed towards individuals of a similar age all participating on the same level of award. Come together to learn to sail and navigate the boat under the watchful eye of the permanent crew. This is no normal Duke of Edinburgh expedition! It does not involve walking for miles with your rucksack on your back and sleeping in a tent. 

Embark
Wed, 21-08-2019 - 09:00
Brixham
Disembark
Fri, 30-08-2019 - 16:00
Brixham
Duration
9 Nights
Vessel

Voyage No.
GV210819

Berths and voyage availability

TYPE: 15-25 years pp. AVAILABILITY: Last Place. PRICE: 925 GBP. BOOK NOW

Golden Vanity - Duke of Edinburgh

IDEAL VOYAGE FOR...

These voyages are aimed at individual young people booking an independant holiday and looking for a bit of a personal challenge at the same time.

If you are working your way through your Duke of Edinburgh Award then there are two sections that can be completed whilst living and sailing on Golden Vanity.

VOYAGE HIGHLIGHTS

  • RYA Basic Navigation and Seamanship Certificate
  • Duke of Edinburgh Gold Expedition
  • Practice Expedition
  • Learn how to sail a traditional vessel 
  • Steer the vessel under sail
  • Sail the Devon and Cornwall Coast
Golden Vanity Sailing by Becky Prizeman

FULL VOYAGE DESCRIPTION

This 9 day voyage is for those who want to do their Duke of Edinburgh EXPEDITION on a sailing boat instead of the more conventional back-packing and camping expedition. The challenge follows a similar format with a practice expedition and then the final expedition, but you complete both parts in one 8 day voyage.  There is navigation, provisioning, cooking and teamwork to get to grips with, but it all happens on a boat at sea and in the ports of Devon. 

You can also gain a RYA Certificate in Essential Navigation and Seamanship.

The price includes all meals on board, but you will be helping plan the food for the expeditions and doing the cooking (Sea cooking is a skill in itself as stuff moves!)


On a sailing voyage we never use the word itinerary, as skippers will always be aiming for the best sailing and shore landings for the forecast and most idyllic or sheltered anchors and ports. They are as keen as you to include some of the highlights described below, but you have to go with mother nature, not fight her. The description below is based on what we think might be possible, based on past trips, or experience, but nothing is guaranteed on a sailing voyage.

The Programme

Day 1 is spent in a Classroom ashore in Brixham where you will be introduced to the navigation skills you will need and some basic safety and seamanship.  The course content will be the RYA Basic Navigation and Seamanship Course so you can gain a recognised certificate in sailing right at the start. Also the first day you will meet your D of E Assessor who can tell you what to expect...and will probably have a few tips.  At the end of the day you will need to create a menu plan and get the shopping on board for your practice expedition.You will be living on the boat in Brixham overnight so when you meet the staff skipper and mate on Golden Vanity they will introduce you to the boat and go through safety briefings.Through the whole voyage both skipper and mate will be on board. You can pick their brains and learn from how they teach you things in the practice expedition to get an idea of skippering,  leadership and how to create a good happy crew. When you 'take charge' of the vessel for the real qualifying expedition, they will still be in board as a backup if you need them.

You then set off on your Practice Expedition, learning to take charge of the sailing manoeuvres, moorings, anchoring, navigation etc. You will make short passages between ports or explore up rivers like nearby Dartmouth. The boat will try and spend 3 nights in different places to give you a full range of harbours and anchorages and then it's back to Brixham for the next bit.

Day 5 is a rest day in brixham to allow you to prepare and take some time off to maybe go to the cinema or just chill before the qualifying expedition.

Day 6 to Day 9 its over to you as a crew to sail the boat, cook and navigate for 3 days as your qualifying Expedition. As you are at sea, the assessor can't really watch you from a mountaintop like the shorebased expeditions, so to conform with Maritime Coastguard Agency rules the skipper and mate will be aboard....but if you are impressive and safe as a team they will probably be below decks with a good book!

On the last day Golden Vanity will be back in Brixham and the group will make a presentation to the D of E Assessor to say how the expedition went and what you all learned from it.

What Can I Gain from the Training Course?

If you are trying to raise sponsorship towards your sailing then here are a few life skills you might want to add to your appeal for sponsorship.

Sailing a traditional vessel offers the perfect conditions to hone and perfect the social and team working skills so looked-for in our young people today. Each member of a DofE trip would be encouraged to participate in each step of the sailing voyage with the goal of achieving a RYA recognised certificate.
On each of our DofE trips you will have the chance to;

  • Meet new people
  • Work in a team
  • Learn to sail
  • Steer the vessel under sail
  • Sail at night
  • Possibly cross the channel to France or to the Channel Islands
  • BBQs on the beach
  • Tie knots
  • Learn to navigate
  • Learn to be a watch leader and take charge of sailing manoeuvres or setting sails
  • Learn how to deal with marine emergency situations as part of your safety training

So regardless if you have never sailed before or have lots of sailing experience, our trips offer all abilities the chance to have an exciting sailing adventure aboard a heritage vessel, meet new friends and most importantly have fun!

 

WINDS, WAVES & WEATHER

The Devon coastline offers sheltered ports and estuaries providing a safe haven from rough weather. The temperatures are usually higher than average in the spring and autumn and no matter what the forecast, it is guaranteed that no two days on the water will be the same. 

HANDS ON HOLIDAYS

Whether you are an experienced sailor or a complete beginner, the professional crew will train you to be guest crew from the moment you arrive, with the intention that everybody works together to sail the ship. The common thread to all Classic Sailing holidays is ‘Hands on’ participation on ships that use ropes, blocks and tackles and ‘people power’ to set sail.

SAILING STYLE & LIFE ON BOARD

We cater for a wide range of ages and physical abilities, and how much you are expected to do varies a bit between vessels. See the vessel tab above which explains all about the ‘sailing style’ and what to expect in terms of hands on participation.  There is a lot of information about day to day life, the ships facilities and accommodation on the vessel pages.

AGILITY & FITNESS

Every customer sailing with us will need to fill in basic medical questions on their booking application.  If you are not sure if your current level of fitness and agility are up to a voyage, then please ring the Classic Sailing Office and we can chat through your concerns and possibly find options that might suit you better.

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Skipper & professional crew
  • Sailing instruction
  • All meals on board
  • Port and landing fees
  • Waterproofs
  • Linen and duvets

WHAT'S NOT INCLUDED

  • Travel to and from ports
  • Towels
  • Personal Travel Insurance
     

 

Brixham, UK

Latest port updates

Google Map - Events Pontoon Brixham

Brixham Joining or leaving point.

 

Assemble towards the end of the Events Pontoon Red Point above. Zoom in to your ship! 

For Pilgrim, Provident, Leader, Golden Vanity and Grayhound, your boat will be berthed on Brixham Town Pontoon, on the east side of Brixham Harbour, opposite The Prince William Pub. Your joining times can be found on your confirmation email.

The boats can be recognised as follows:

LEADER Black hull and bulwarks, with red stripe (07811 330 536)

PROVIDENT Green hull with black bulwarks above (07811 330 537)

GOLDEN VANITY Pale blue hull with black bulwarks above (07811 330 538)

PILGRIM Black hull and bulwarks with yellow stripe

How to get here

By Road & Parking

Driving Directions

From the North

On the M5, continue past Exeter. The road becomes the A38 shortly thereafter.
Keep left and fork LEFT onto the A380, signposted for Torquay. Continue on that road to the end of the dual carriageway, straight over the large roundabout at Newton Abbot and through Kingskerswell.
Then turn RIGHT at the next roundabout onto the Ring Road, signposted for Paignton and Brixham.
Carry on past the end of the dual carriageway and through the outskirts of Paignton. Go straight over at a large crossroads following signs for Brixham, past Booker, Sainsbury’s and Bookham on the right. Turn right at the next T-junction on the A3022, signposted Brixham and Dartmouth.
Stay on that road, keeping to the left-hand lane at the traffic lights on the outskirts of Brixham. At the traffic lights in the centre of the town, by Brixham Theatre, turn left into Market Street and follow signs for the harbour. Turn right into The Strand, leaving the harbour on the left. The road turns away from the harbour then hard left up King Street. You will see the harbour below you on the left.
About 600 yards further on there are signs for a car park on the left, by the water’s edge. Go down the ramp, turn left and drive past the lifeboat station to the unloading bay by the marina building. You are allowed time to put your belongings in a trolley and bring them to the pontoon where the boat will be moored, which is about 200 yards past the marina office.

From the East, 

On the A303 the road becomes the A30 and joins the M5 just North of Exeter. Follow instructions as above.

From the West, 

Stay on the A38 past Plymouth, exit at junction signposted to Totnes and Paignton by a shell garage. Follow the road into Totnes; turn Left at the first set of traffic lights down a hill, and then right at the T-junction. Go straight over the two roundabouts following signs to Paignton, and out of Totnes. As you enter Paignton turn right towards Brixham at the large junction, and follow directions as above.

Parking

After checking in, take your car to the long-stay 'Breakwater' car park on the opposite side of the main road. The entrance is about 50 yards past the entrance to the waterside car park and marina area. Post code is: TQ58BY: http://www.torbay.gov.uk/breakwater-cp

It's a good idea to purchase your long stay parking permit online before you get there: https://www.torbay.gov.uk/roads/parking/parking-permits/car-park-permits/

There are many car parks in Brixham, most are long stay with the exclusion of Brixham Central.

Classic Sailing tip- if you arrive early, drop your bags on board and look for street parking on the residential streets high above the harbour out towards Berry Head. Mounts Road is often a good bet .

 

Train

Paignton is the end of a Branch Line from Exeter St Davids (Main Station). Trains come to Exeter from many parts of the UK. http://www.raileasy.co.uk

Take the train to Paignton (may require a change at Exeter or Newton Abbot), and then by taxi (about 15 minutes) or bus (Number 12, 25) to Brixham. There is a taxi rank outside the train station and the bus station is opposite. The bus arrives in Brixham beside a car park. Walk through the car park to the far end, continue down the narrow lane at the end you will then come to the Harbour. Turn right, then left, keeping the harbour on your left, walk towards the Marina, the boats are on the Town Pontoon opposite The Prince William Pub.

Bus and Coach

Paignton Bus Station is beside the Railway Station and there are buses (No 15) and coaches going to Brixham.  National Express Coaches got to Paignton and Brixham. http://www.nationalexpress.com/coach/index.cfm

For Local services http://www.carlberry.co.uk/rfnlistr.asp?L1=PAI003&op=D

Air & transfers

Exeter Airport (EXT)  is about 50 miles away. Exeter UK Flights currently from Aberdeen, BelfastCity, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Guernsey, Jersey, Leeds – Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and Norwich.

Taxi - Torbay Taxi 01803 213 521 www.torbaycabcompany.co.uk

History

Brixham has been a fishing port for many centuries and is still one of the biggest fishing ports in England.

The last invasion of England.

On 5th November 1688 Prince William of Orange landed in Brixham. Before moving on to Exeter and later to London, his army camped on the high ground around Brixham, whilst William ‘went down the hill unto the Fishermen's little house; one of which he made into a Palace for that time‘. He later went on to be crowned King William III of England.

Attractions

Brixham has a great little museum called Brixham Heritage Museum and is well worth a visit.
Berry Head is a large dramatic headland a short walk out of Town and there are lots of good coastal walks.

There are many facilities’ in the Torbay area, cinemas, theatre galleries etc. www.englishriviera.co.uk

Annual Events

Brixham Heritage Festival and the Pirate and Shanty Festival both happen in May.

We are keen to keep this information accurate and we welcome your comments skippers@classic-sailing.co.uk.

 

Places to stay, Things to do, Travel companions

Classic Sailing invites to a private facebook group where you can connect with other sailors who have booked with us. If you want to find a travel companion or share ideas on accommodation options before your trip, then posting a request on this is this is a safer option than our public facebook page. (due to data protection laws we cannot pass on contact details for other sailors on your trip directly)

Your travel responsibilities

Passports and Visas***

*** “Classic Sailing cannot cover every possible visa scenario as customers may have dual nationality, or be working or living in a country different from their passport nationality.

To avoid any last-minute stress, we advise you to contact the local embassies of the countries you will be visiting in your country to find out which travel documents you need. Please start early, obtaining a visa can take some time. It is your responsibility to have the right travel documents for all countries you visit during your stay on board.

If you plan to travel onto other destinations please check you have a right to stay in the country too as you may be classed as arriving in a country as ‘yacht sailors in transit’ and not have same rights as a tourist.

Even if you don’t need a visa, please check your passport expiry date is sufficient for country entry requirements.”***

Travel, Health, Vaccinations and Safety

Security for tourists in certain countries, regions or cities can change rapidly. Please check with your own Government Foreign Office for their latest advice for travellers.

UK travellers check under specific destination at https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

Likewise we suggest you check if there are any recommended or required vaccinations well before departure as some take more than one jab. For UK travellers check out ‘Fit for Travel’ http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/destinations

Travel Insurance

It is compulsory that you have travel insurance to sail on any of our voyages, but you do not have to buy the insurance from us. If you purchase your own please make sure it covers sailing as an activity, and racing if you are racing crew. Most our voyages sail further than 3 miles from the shore so check that you will be covered sailing outside territorial waters.

Classic Sailing recommend Topsail Insurance http://www.classic-sailing.co.uk/travel-insurance They have policies designed for sailing crew on yachts or tall ships, whether you want an annual policy or a single trip. These are suitable for UK based sailors but the page also has links to alternative companies and recommended insurance companies for non UK citizens.

Brixham, UK

Latest port updates

Google Map - Events Pontoon Brixham

Brixham Joining or leaving point.

 

Assemble towards the end of the Events Pontoon Red Point above. Zoom in to your ship! 

For Pilgrim, Provident, Leader, Golden Vanity and Grayhound, your boat will be berthed on Brixham Town Pontoon, on the east side of Brixham Harbour, opposite The Prince William Pub. Your joining times can be found on your confirmation email.

The boats can be recognised as follows:

LEADER Black hull and bulwarks, with red stripe (07811 330 536)

PROVIDENT Green hull with black bulwarks above (07811 330 537)

GOLDEN VANITY Pale blue hull with black bulwarks above (07811 330 538)

PILGRIM Black hull and bulwarks with yellow stripe

How to get here

By Road & Parking

Driving Directions

From the North

On the M5, continue past Exeter. The road becomes the A38 shortly thereafter.
Keep left and fork LEFT onto the A380, signposted for Torquay. Continue on that road to the end of the dual carriageway, straight over the large roundabout at Newton Abbot and through Kingskerswell.
Then turn RIGHT at the next roundabout onto the Ring Road, signposted for Paignton and Brixham.
Carry on past the end of the dual carriageway and through the outskirts of Paignton. Go straight over at a large crossroads following signs for Brixham, past Booker, Sainsbury’s and Bookham on the right. Turn right at the next T-junction on the A3022, signposted Brixham and Dartmouth.
Stay on that road, keeping to the left-hand lane at the traffic lights on the outskirts of Brixham. At the traffic lights in the centre of the town, by Brixham Theatre, turn left into Market Street and follow signs for the harbour. Turn right into The Strand, leaving the harbour on the left. The road turns away from the harbour then hard left up King Street. You will see the harbour below you on the left.
About 600 yards further on there are signs for a car park on the left, by the water’s edge. Go down the ramp, turn left and drive past the lifeboat station to the unloading bay by the marina building. You are allowed time to put your belongings in a trolley and bring them to the pontoon where the boat will be moored, which is about 200 yards past the marina office.

From the East, 

On the A303 the road becomes the A30 and joins the M5 just North of Exeter. Follow instructions as above.

From the West, 

Stay on the A38 past Plymouth, exit at junction signposted to Totnes and Paignton by a shell garage. Follow the road into Totnes; turn Left at the first set of traffic lights down a hill, and then right at the T-junction. Go straight over the two roundabouts following signs to Paignton, and out of Totnes. As you enter Paignton turn right towards Brixham at the large junction, and follow directions as above.

Parking

After checking in, take your car to the long-stay 'Breakwater' car park on the opposite side of the main road. The entrance is about 50 yards past the entrance to the waterside car park and marina area. Post code is: TQ58BY: http://www.torbay.gov.uk/breakwater-cp

It's a good idea to purchase your long stay parking permit online before you get there: https://www.torbay.gov.uk/roads/parking/parking-permits/car-park-permits/

There are many car parks in Brixham, most are long stay with the exclusion of Brixham Central.

Classic Sailing tip- if you arrive early, drop your bags on board and look for street parking on the residential streets high above the harbour out towards Berry Head. Mounts Road is often a good bet .

 

Train

Paignton is the end of a Branch Line from Exeter St Davids (Main Station). Trains come to Exeter from many parts of the UK. http://www.raileasy.co.uk

Take the train to Paignton (may require a change at Exeter or Newton Abbot), and then by taxi (about 15 minutes) or bus (Number 12, 25) to Brixham. There is a taxi rank outside the train station and the bus station is opposite. The bus arrives in Brixham beside a car park. Walk through the car park to the far end, continue down the narrow lane at the end you will then come to the Harbour. Turn right, then left, keeping the harbour on your left, walk towards the Marina, the boats are on the Town Pontoon opposite The Prince William Pub.

Bus and Coach

Paignton Bus Station is beside the Railway Station and there are buses (No 15) and coaches going to Brixham.  National Express Coaches got to Paignton and Brixham. http://www.nationalexpress.com/coach/index.cfm

For Local services http://www.carlberry.co.uk/rfnlistr.asp?L1=PAI003&op=D

Air & transfers

Exeter Airport (EXT)  is about 50 miles away. Exeter UK Flights currently from Aberdeen, BelfastCity, Dublin, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Guernsey, Jersey, Leeds – Bradford, Manchester, Newcastle and Norwich.

Taxi - Torbay Taxi 01803 213 521 www.torbaycabcompany.co.uk

History

Brixham has been a fishing port for many centuries and is still one of the biggest fishing ports in England.

The last invasion of England.

On 5th November 1688 Prince William of Orange landed in Brixham. Before moving on to Exeter and later to London, his army camped on the high ground around Brixham, whilst William ‘went down the hill unto the Fishermen's little house; one of which he made into a Palace for that time‘. He later went on to be crowned King William III of England.

Attractions

Brixham has a great little museum called Brixham Heritage Museum and is well worth a visit.
Berry Head is a large dramatic headland a short walk out of Town and there are lots of good coastal walks.

There are many facilities’ in the Torbay area, cinemas, theatre galleries etc. www.englishriviera.co.uk

Annual Events

Brixham Heritage Festival and the Pirate and Shanty Festival both happen in May.

We are keen to keep this information accurate and we welcome your comments skippers@classic-sailing.co.uk.

 

Places to stay, Things to do, Travel companions

Classic Sailing invites to a private facebook group where you can connect with other sailors who have booked with us. If you want to find a travel companion or share ideas on accommodation options before your trip, then posting a request on this is this is a safer option than our public facebook page. (due to data protection laws we cannot pass on contact details for other sailors on your trip directly)

Your travel responsibilities

Passports and Visas***

*** “Classic Sailing cannot cover every possible visa scenario as customers may have dual nationality, or be working or living in a country different from their passport nationality.

To avoid any last-minute stress, we advise you to contact the local embassies of the countries you will be visiting in your country to find out which travel documents you need. Please start early, obtaining a visa can take some time. It is your responsibility to have the right travel documents for all countries you visit during your stay on board.

If you plan to travel onto other destinations please check you have a right to stay in the country too as you may be classed as arriving in a country as ‘yacht sailors in transit’ and not have same rights as a tourist.

Even if you don’t need a visa, please check your passport expiry date is sufficient for country entry requirements.”***

Travel, Health, Vaccinations and Safety

Security for tourists in certain countries, regions or cities can change rapidly. Please check with your own Government Foreign Office for their latest advice for travellers.

UK travellers check under specific destination at https://www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice

Likewise we suggest you check if there are any recommended or required vaccinations well before departure as some take more than one jab. For UK travellers check out ‘Fit for Travel’ http://www.fitfortravel.nhs.uk/destinations

Travel Insurance

It is compulsory that you have travel insurance to sail on any of our voyages, but you do not have to buy the insurance from us. If you purchase your own please make sure it covers sailing as an activity, and racing if you are racing crew. Most our voyages sail further than 3 miles from the shore so check that you will be covered sailing outside territorial waters.

Classic Sailing recommend Topsail Insurance http://www.classic-sailing.co.uk/travel-insurance They have policies designed for sailing crew on yachts or tall ships, whether you want an annual policy or a single trip. These are suitable for UK based sailors but the page also has links to alternative companies and recommended insurance companies for non UK citizens.

Golden Vanity - Kit List

Classic Sailing Director Becky on Golden Vanity

Kit List for Golden Vanity

Included

  • Duvet
  • Pillow
  • Sheets, pillow case
  • Life jackets and harness line

What is Not Included:

  • Offshore waterproof jackets and trousers can be borrowed (no charge) but you need to give us your size requirements on 01872 580022, or you can bring your own. 
  • Alcohol to have with meals when not sailing. (the ship generally has wine you can buy on board)
  • For RYA Day Skipper you will need to bring a passport sized ID photo in preparation for your RYA Certificate.

What to Bring

Please limit yourself to one soft bag or rucksack as there is limited storage space on board.

  • Waterproof jacket and trousers (see above if you want to borrow sailing waterproofs)
  • 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 alterative 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.
  • Camera, binoculars, sketchbook, a relaxing read.
  • Passport for all Voyages
  • Passport for all Voyages. (UK Customs Vessels can do spot checks anywhere around the coast, even if the ship is not going abroad. If you don't have a passport please contact us for advice)
  • (an E111 Form from Post Office - Reciprocal Free Health Care in Europe) E111 New Edition
  • Any medication, spare spectacles. Seasick tablets - check with your Doctor, which brand if you suffer asthma or are on medication.
  • RYA Cruising Logbook for RYA Courses.
  • Musical instruments are always welcome.
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Golden Vanity - Reviews

Golden Vanity

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"The instruction and welcoming from the professional crew helped make the whole experience , my fav part was getting to spend a night in a cove at anchor" - by John L. Golden Vanity RYA course summer 2019

Very Motivated

“A very comprehensive level of knowledge and skills. Far exceeded my expectations and the course syllabus. I now feel reasonably confident of my basic sailing competence. Very Motivated. The standard of instruction and coaching was brilliant. A good mix of information delivered in a humorous and motivating manner.” - Anon - Summer 2019

The Best Bits?

Best Bits  - "All of it! Sailing in strong winds. Dolphins. Torrential rain. Pie and mash on the coach house. Watching the crew giggling in the scuppers with waves crashing over them. Getting my three point fix right. Getting our Day Skipper" - Summer 2019

Wonderful Experience

“Wonderful experience made special by Jim’s own brand of humour and Ida’s calmness”

All comments from Vanity RYA Course

I have just finished a voyage on Golden Vanity. The skipper and mate had fantastic knowledge of the area and the boat. The food was amazing and the sailing was excellent. I am definitely going to book more voyages on Golden Vanity again." Morten H W. 

“The week was fantastic — so many great experiences. The whole trip on Golden Vanity was incredible. Thank you very much!” Hannah, RYA Voyage Golden Vanity, 

“In my 17 years of having a bright, enthusiastic and diligent daughter never have I seen her so animated as from the moment she stepped back ashore after the week’s trip on Golden Vanity.” Father of Connie, Golden Vanity, Duke of Edinburgh Voyage

 

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