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Paimpol Festival on a Pilot Cutter, Plymouth Round Trip Across the Channel to France

Join Pegasus, a recently built pilot cutter, as she sails to the famous Paimpol Chant Du Marin musical festival. The biannual festival brings traditional music from around the world, and celebrates sailors, the sea and traditional sailing. After three days in the festival experience enjoy an extended period of time exploring the Brittany coast or the Channel Islands before heading home across the channel. More than 200 wooden boats crowd into the tiny lock and you can walk from one side to the other across the ships decks. The sail to Paimpol passes along the Granite Rose Coast with places like Brehat or Lezardrieux on the way.

Embark
Tue, 30-07-2019 - 18:00
Plymouth
Disembark
Fri, 09-08-2019 - 10:00
Plymouth
Duration
10 Nights
Vessel
Pegasus
Voyage No.
PS300719

Berths and voyage availability

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Pegasus to Paimpol 2019

IDEAL VOYAGE FOR...

An amazing experience for anyone interested in sailing across the channel to France for a weekend of sea shanties during the biannual Paimpol Chant du Marin music festival. There will be an option to explore the Brittany coastline or Channel islands before and after the festival. It is about 70 miles to Guernsey or 100 miles to Isle de Brehat on the French side, but there will be night sailing and watches. 

Once you are in Paimpol Festival for a few days, there is no scope for day sailing. It is an amazing festival atmosphere, and music happens everywhere. Being crew you can escape the bustle ashore by returning to your own vessel or going for a walk in the surrounding countryside. On wooden ships like Pegasus, being below decks is reasonably sound insulated if you need a rest from partying. 

Pegasus under sail
Pegasus under sail

VOYAGE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Help create a Spectacle of wooden masts and sails
  • 2-4 August Paimpol Festival
  • A photographers or artists dream backdrop
  • About 300 miles of offshore sailing
  • Interesting navigation and tides in Brittany
  • Music and sailors from around the world
  • Summer evening with concerts and impromptu sessions

FULL VOYAGE DESCRIPTION

Paimpol Chant Du Marin Festival is one of our favourite summer festivals and a great excuse to sail around the Isle de Brehat and into the Gulf of St Malo. The British call it Paimpol Shanty Festival but it is much more than just sea shanties or fiddle music. Think Glastonbury Festival with Boats. The musical roots of many countries from Brazil to Lithuania, Russia to Ireland come together for an incredible mix of nautical culture, wooden boats, music and dance. Regular guest crew who have been to the festival before, skippers and all lovers of traditional music and street theatre eagerly await the voyages that feature this 2 yearly festival.

Pegasus in full flow

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.

Across the Channel to the Granite Rose Coast

Plymouth in Devon generally provides a good sailing angle to make a swift passage to Brittany or the Channel Isles. Paimpol is in the Gulf of St Malo a little bit further South. In past years several wooden ships and working boats have headed for Lezardrieux before the festival and there has been an informal race - parade of sail around the corner of France and past the Isle de Brehat. Sailing up the Trieux River to this beautiful inland town could be your first stop and a welcome change from offshore sailing. Other first stops might be Guernsey, the Sept Isles, Isle de Brehat or Tregieur.  There are also anchorages in the shallow waters off the Paimpol.

Up the Channel to Paimpol

Getting into this tiny harbour involves a long approach channel over shellfish beds and mud flats and with hundreds of wooden boats nose to tail in a small channel. Chaotic, photogenic and building a sense of anticipation this procession ends with a sea lock into a wet dock. Thousands of people line the harbour walls to welcome the fleet and for a moment every vessel is celebrated.

Once you are in position, possibly rafted up alongside other sailing cutters or working craft, many vessels leave their sails up to look colourful. You can chill on you own boat, visit other vessels, or join the throngs ashore. Early morning the festival site is shut to the public so you can pop out to get the fresh baguettes or enjoy the peace.

Paimpol Festival

WINDS, WAVES & WEATHER

Any Channel crossing has the potential to be rough but Pegasus is strongly built and all round good sailing ship. Along the North Brittany and Channel Isles coasts the tides are fast and can kick up choppy seas. Once around the corner of the North Brittany coast the land creates some shelter from Atlantic swell. In Paimpol it is flat as a pancake ...or crepe 

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 on 01872 58 00 22 and we can chat through your concerns and possibly find options that might suit you better.

WHAT’S INCLUDED

  • Skipper & professional crew
  • Personal Safety Equipment
  • Sailing Instruction
  • All meals, snacks and refreshments
  • Port and landing fees
  • pillows but you need to bring a sleeping bag
  • Third Party liability insurance
  • Waterproofs

WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED

  • Travel to Joining Port
  • Travel from end port
  • Bedding - but pillows are onboard. (Bring a sleeping bag)
  • Alcoholic Drinks
  • Towels

 

 

Plymouth, UK

Latest port updates

 

Plymouth

There are several marina docks in Plymouth. 

For Pegasus, Johanna Lucretia and Moosk: Please meet at "the Hanger Car Park" in Plymouth Yacht Haven car park, Turnchapel. PL9 9XH (See below for directions - Parking in the marina is free.)

For Grayhound: voyages will start from Mayflower Marina, Richmond Walk. If it is any different you will be informed by the skipper before the day of arrival. She is often the only wooden masted ship in this harbour, so it will be easy to spot her three black masts. Address: Richmond Walk, Plymouth PL1 4LS. - see info below. 

Mayflower Marina - for Grayhound

Mayflower Marina is to the west of the city centre, and has some long pontoons so is often used for our larger vessels. It is only about a 10 minute taxi from Plymouth Railway Station. There is secure parking within the marina for a daily parking fee.

MARINA ACCESS & ON SITE CAR PARKING
Vehicular access to the marina is restricted by a car park barrier, there is a card reader / intercom pedestal. If you do not have an access fob please follow the instructions on the intercom pedestal.

Car park charges are two hours free then £1 for 1 hour over the free period, £2 for 2 hours over the free period and then £5 for up to 22 hours after the free period. It is requested that the owners of parked cars leave their keys in the marina office in case the car has to be moved for operational reasons.

Mayflower Marina Office 01752 556633 Richmond Walk, Plymouth PL1 4LS

 

Plymouth Yacht Haven /Mountbatten Marina / Turnchapel - for Pegasus, Moosk and Johanna Lucretia

This marina has had several changes of name over the years so you may find skippers referring to it as Turnchapel / Mountbatten Marina - Allow at least 25 minutes to get from A38 Marsh Mills Roundabout Plymouth city centre exit road to Turnchapel by car. It does have FREE long term parking in the marina.

If you are travelling by public transport the most direct route is a 10 minute yellow ferry (foot passengers only) from the Barbican Pub straight to Mountbatten next to Plymouth Yacht Haven.  A taxi ride all the way around the Plym estuary would be quite expensive. See Mountbatten Ferry website for ferry mobile phone or enquiries www.mountbattenferry.co.uk 

The postcode for Sat Nav users is PL9 9XH / Google maps

 

Directions:

  • Turn left off A38 at Marsh Mills roundabout onto A374 signed Plymouth City Centre.
  • After 1 1/4 mile get into left hand lane and follow signs for Kingsbridge A379.

  • This takes you across Laira Bridge where you will see the first signs for Mount Batten and Turnchapel.

  • After crossing the Laira Bridge, at the first roundabout turn right. 

  • At the next roundabout (mini) take the second exit, cross pedestrian lights, and continue straight on until traffic lights at crossroads.
  • Turn right and then go straight through a second set of lights.
  • Keep on this road (for approx 1 1/2 miles) until you come to a roundabout.
  • Turn right into Plymouth Yacht Haven.

View a Map of the location

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How to get here

By Road 

Journey to Plymouth easy, 

From the west head east as soon as you can on the A38,

From the north and east

Travel down the M5 to Exter and then the A38 to Plymouth.

Rail & transfers

Plymouth is connected directly by train to Penzance, London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and all stations on these routes.

Air & transfers

The nearest Airports are Exeter and Bristol, with good train connections from Gatwick and Heathrow.

Places to stay, Things to do, Travel companions

Classic Sailing invites you 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.

Plymouth, UK

Latest port updates

 

Plymouth

There are several marina docks in Plymouth. 

For Pegasus, Johanna Lucretia and Moosk: Please meet at "the Hanger Car Park" in Plymouth Yacht Haven car park, Turnchapel. PL9 9XH (See below for directions - Parking in the marina is free.)

For Grayhound: voyages will start from Mayflower Marina, Richmond Walk. If it is any different you will be informed by the skipper before the day of arrival. She is often the only wooden masted ship in this harbour, so it will be easy to spot her three black masts. Address: Richmond Walk, Plymouth PL1 4LS. - see info below. 

Mayflower Marina - for Grayhound

Mayflower Marina is to the west of the city centre, and has some long pontoons so is often used for our larger vessels. It is only about a 10 minute taxi from Plymouth Railway Station. There is secure parking within the marina for a daily parking fee.

MARINA ACCESS & ON SITE CAR PARKING
Vehicular access to the marina is restricted by a car park barrier, there is a card reader / intercom pedestal. If you do not have an access fob please follow the instructions on the intercom pedestal.

Car park charges are two hours free then £1 for 1 hour over the free period, £2 for 2 hours over the free period and then £5 for up to 22 hours after the free period. It is requested that the owners of parked cars leave their keys in the marina office in case the car has to be moved for operational reasons.

Mayflower Marina Office 01752 556633 Richmond Walk, Plymouth PL1 4LS

 

Plymouth Yacht Haven /Mountbatten Marina / Turnchapel - for Pegasus, Moosk and Johanna Lucretia

This marina has had several changes of name over the years so you may find skippers referring to it as Turnchapel / Mountbatten Marina - Allow at least 25 minutes to get from A38 Marsh Mills Roundabout Plymouth city centre exit road to Turnchapel by car. It does have FREE long term parking in the marina.

If you are travelling by public transport the most direct route is a 10 minute yellow ferry (foot passengers only) from the Barbican Pub straight to Mountbatten next to Plymouth Yacht Haven.  A taxi ride all the way around the Plym estuary would be quite expensive. See Mountbatten Ferry website for ferry mobile phone or enquiries www.mountbattenferry.co.uk 

The postcode for Sat Nav users is PL9 9XH / Google maps

 

Directions:

  • Turn left off A38 at Marsh Mills roundabout onto A374 signed Plymouth City Centre.
  • After 1 1/4 mile get into left hand lane and follow signs for Kingsbridge A379.

  • This takes you across Laira Bridge where you will see the first signs for Mount Batten and Turnchapel.

  • After crossing the Laira Bridge, at the first roundabout turn right. 

  • At the next roundabout (mini) take the second exit, cross pedestrian lights, and continue straight on until traffic lights at crossroads.
  • Turn right and then go straight through a second set of lights.
  • Keep on this road (for approx 1 1/2 miles) until you come to a roundabout.
  • Turn right into Plymouth Yacht Haven.

View a Map of the location

.

How to get here

By Road 

Journey to Plymouth easy, 

From the west head east as soon as you can on the A38,

From the north and east

Travel down the M5 to Exter and then the A38 to Plymouth.

Rail & transfers

Plymouth is connected directly by train to Penzance, London, Birmingham, Edinburgh and all stations on these routes.

Air & transfers

The nearest Airports are Exeter and Bristol, with good train connections from Gatwick and Heathrow.

Places to stay, Things to do, Travel companions

Classic Sailing invites you 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.

Pegasus

Built from new in 2008 as a Youth Sail Training vessel by the Bristol Classic Boat Co. 56ft pilot cutter Pegasus is elegant, luxurious and fast, with beautiful wooden decks and acres of cream sail.  With her fine hull and long keel Pegasus is simple to sail and ideal for novice sailors and hands on sailing voyages as the skipper and crew are incredible helpful and knowledgeable. Above deck she is a dream to sail and below deck her classic lines provide light and spacious living accommodation

Statistics
  • Length overall: 74ft (22.55m)
  • Length on deck: 56ft (17.00m)
  • Year built: 2008
  • Vessel type/rig: Pilot Cutter

 

  • Guest berths:10
  • Crew berths:   2

 

Pegasus Pilot Cutter under sail.
Credit to Debbie Purser

What Pegasus does Best

Pegasus was built from new as a youth sail training vessel that would be both exciting and seaworthy for young crews, but also be eye catching enough to turn heads at every port she graced. Since 2008 she has given many young people a great sense of pride to be sailing and navigating such a good looking vessel. Many adult spectators have watched he sail past with envy, but now you can sail on her for a few choice events for adult crew with plenty of hands on sailing.

Her incredibly patient skipper Craig and mate Dan look forward to offering these adventure cruises, with plenty of opportunity to really showcase what Pegasus can do, as a sabbatical from their busy youth work schedule.  As with most sail training skippers that work with teenagers and young people with disabilities and special needs, they are excellent and inventive in how they communicate and teach sailing. If you want a well organised deck with a crew very used to explaining the ropes and manoeuvres, then Pegasus would be a great choice to race on or go on your first offshore passage.

Folk Boat with Phil Beer

She has proven herself as a spacious and elegant cruising boat too, with her 'Folk Boat' charters where famous folk singer and instrumentalist Phil Beer ('Show of Hands') hired Pegasus for several weeks a year to run music workshops with many a cracking music session below decks.

We think here adult cruises will be like 'gold dust' so don't leave it too late to book

Pegasus has plenty of room on deck to move around and looks stunning under sail.
Credit to Debbie Purser

A voyage on Pegasus offers you the opportunity to enhance your knowledge or if you have never been sailing before this gorgeous boat will give you the perfect deck to learn about sailing and the sea.

Pegasus, is comfortable and spacious below decks and with good sailing fodder prepared in the well equipped galley you will not go hungry. The enthusiastic crew will encourage you to help them sail this stunning wooden boat and the more questions you ask the closer you are to knowing just a little bit more about this adventurous past time. There is so much to know about sailing and learning to sail on a beautiful wooden traditional vessel such as Pegasus will help build confidence and make our friends envious! 

Pegasus Pilot Cutter Accommodation is spacious and comfortable.

Pegasus provides berths for 10 guests and 2 crew. With two wash-room (heads) facilities and a well equipped galley. All your meals on deck are provided including refreshments throughout the day. All things provided are:- Sailing Instruction Safety Equipment (Life Jackets and harnesses) Pillows Waterproof jacket and trousers if required. All Meals, Cooked Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Refreshments throughout the day. Things to do before and pack! Travel to and from the arrival and departure ports. You need to bring a sleeping bag Optional trips or tours taken ashore Meals ashore Alcoholic Beverages

There are 3 pin 240v plugs and a 12v charger in the galley on Pegasus. The 240v only works when plugged into the land or the inverter is on. This can be put on at request but only when the engine is on. 

The 12v is live all the time. 

It is recommended that you take a battery pack with you so you don't have to rely on a plug being free to charge your devices. 

 

Ships specification length 72 ft, beam 15 ft, draught 8.6 ft, 10 guests

Built                             2008
Rig                              Gaff Cutter                                                   
Length Overall            74.00ft                                
Beam                          14.90ft                                          
Draft                            8.60ft                                                 

Engines                       Diesel       
Max guest crew          10                         
Professional crew          2                     

Craig and Hannah

Pegasus Skipper – Craig Young

Craig says …"I started sailing when I was fifteen; I was awarded a bursary to do a trip on TS Royalist, the Sea Cadets’ square rigger. I didn’t really want to go and tried to send a mate instead, but they forced me anyway and it turns out I quite like being at sea. I did a few more trips with the Sea Cadets on Royalist, including the 2005 Tall Ships Race and got my Competent Crew on one of their yachts before deciding I wanted to do sail training full time. I did a year as a volunteer bosun and have worked my way up in qualifications since to become Mate and then Skipper, sailing many different boats in lots of exciting places, always enjoying the beach bonfires, whale spotting and starry night sails and still ever reliant on milky coffee; the odd epic film soundtrack and awful cheese jokes."

 

Craig has raised money to help fund more voyages for young people suffering deprivation, hardship or disability over the years!

 

Craig is one great sailor one really nice human being!

 

Debbie from Classic Sailing says …"I have sailed with Craig on a couple of different vessels through his career, and the lasting impression he has always made on me that he is kind to everyone. A genuine people's person and someone you would want with you for everyones morale if skies turned gloomy”

 

Ship mate Dan

Pegasus Mate Dan 

Dan says …"My name is Dan and I am 23 years old. I have been working on boats for 2 years and currently work on Pegasus, the Island Trust’s own green pilot cutter. I started sailing in 2014 when I went on Tectona as a young person for a week. My favourite thing to do on board is put up the topsail. In November 2015 Hannah and I were invited to Oman by Sail Training International to represent the UK at a wonderful event in support of international friendship and understanding. One day I want to own my own boat and sail across the Atlantic. Sailing is the perfect way to see the world from a unique perspective and widen horizons. It’s brilliant for teamwork and improving confidence"

 

Pegasus and Moosk Relief Skipper/ Relief Mate - Hannah 

Hannah says… "Hi, I’m Hannah. I first went on a sail training voyage in 2008 and enjoyed it so much that I was soon sailing as a volunteer with the Ocean Youth Trust. This gave me opportunities to sail in the UK and abroad, including to Iceland, the Netherlands and Norway. I started working for the Island Trust in 2014, since then I’ve sailed with a wide range of groups on all three boats. I’ve taken part in events such as ASTO Small Ships Races and Paimpol festival, as well as becoming an RYA Cruising Instructor. I particularly enjoy meeting new people and having opportunities to visit and explore new ports."

 

Kit List for Pegasus

Pegasus Racing

Kit list for Pegasus 

Included

  • Sailing Instruction                                                                                             
  • Safety Equipment (Life Jackets and harnesses) 
  • Pillows
  • Waterproof jacket and trousers (mix of sizes on board upto XL)
  • All Meals, Cooked Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Refreshments throughout the day. 

What's Not Included

  • Travel to and from the start and end port. 
  • You need to bring a sleeping bag
  • Optional trips or tours taken ashore
  • Meals ashore
  • Alcoholic Beverages

Things to bring

  • A sleeping bag
  • Pyjamas,
  • 2 pairs of warm trousers,
  • 2 long sleeve t-shirts,
  • 2 light sweatshirts or similar,
  • A fleece jacket,
  • Plenty of underwear and socks,
  • Warm hat and ordinary gloves,
  • Wellies or waterproof boots,
  • A pair of trainers,
  • Swimming kit,
  • Glasses or contact lenses,
  • Anti seasickness tablets,
  • Wash kit and towel,
  • RYA logbook if you have one,
  • DofE Logbook if appropriate,
  • Suncream and Sunglasses,
  • Reading book/magazine etc.

 

Off

RESERVE YOUR PLACE FOR 7 DAYS WITHOUT FINANCIAL COMMITMENT

As long as the voyage is not about to start, Classic Sailing can reserve your place for 7 days without payment or financial commitment, whilst you talk to your boss, find a home to look after your dog, or check flight prices.

All Classic Sailing need from you is a completed booking form to start the process: We check availability, approve your booking form, and provisionally reserve a berth.  You place is confirmed and booking terms apply, only when you have paid the deposit. We strongly recommend you do not purchase flights or travel tickets until your voyage is fully confirmed.

Solo Sailors and Solo Occupancy

The majority of our sailors sail on their own. The boats will always ensure that solo sailors sharing the same cabin are the same sex. Sole occupancy is available on some vessels which will have an extra % charge which varies by vessel.

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