Adventure Sailing - from Plymouth.
Join us aboard our Tall Ship Helen Mary R sailing from Plymouth. For beginners and experts alike we have voyages to suit all types of adventurers, from day trips to major expeditions. Most voyages are open to young people aged 14-19yrs, don't worry if you are a little older, there are even some adults only voyages to cater for the adventurous amongst you.
Join us aboard and explore a new area! Explorer voyages are predominately day sailing with plenty of time to explore ashore.
Love the thought of heading offshore? Arriving in new lands? Able to cope with a few days at sea? These are fantastic trips for you!
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I sailed on Helen Mary R, a fantastic vessel on Aspire 360, our circumnavigation of the UK. She done us well on our voyage. Matt (the Skipper) and all the volunteers aboard Helen Mary R are so supportive, helping you along the way whether you are a beginner or have sailed before. The care you give us young people are amazing, always there to support us in anything we need help with. If anyone is thinking whether to come onboard, please do! You will have the time of your life on a fantastic vessel, amazing crew and a lovely area to explore. You won't regret it!Beth
I'll never stop feeling grateful for the amazing opportunity you gave my daughter, your work with young people, especially those that would not normally ever get the opportunity to experience something like this, is amazing. Life changing stuff. Plymouth is so lucky to have you. Keep up the good work!!!Anna
When I was 14 I was offered a place on a school trip with Morvargh Sailing Project. I was initially unsure as to whether I would like to go, as it was a whole week away and I only briefly knew the others on the trip. I tried to justify my passing up on such and opportunity with silly worries like ‘What if I get sea sick?’ and ‘What if they don’t have vegetarian food?’ But, after a bit of convincing and the thought: ‘What if I love it?’ I decided to go for it, and I am so glad that I did.Esmae