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SAILING IN THE CHANNEL ISLANDS

Tuesday June 1st, 2021
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With more and more boat enthusiasts looking for different sailing grounds due to the restrictions, the Channel Islands is drawing a lot of attention.

Yes, it can be challenging for mariners who are used to the Mediterranean, as the tidal range is large, but get it right and these tides will make your cruising so much easier and faster. The Channel Islands is a fantastic cruising area and with the due caution and preparation, you wont look back.

We at Harbourguides produce the Harbour Guides for Jersey, Guernsey, Alderney, and Sark. On these you will find charts, aerial 360 photos of the marinas, what’s ashore information etc.

Head over and look.

JERSEY: https://www.harbourguides.com/harbours/Jersey

GUERNSEY: https://www.harbourguides.com/harbours/Guernsey

ALDERNEY: https://www.harbourguides.com/harbours/Alderney

SARK: https://www.harbourguides.com/harbours/Sark

Happy and safe sailing everyone!

 

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Comments (3)
07/06/2021 @ 8:08 pm
Del Johnson
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My boat is in Plymouth and we fancy something more challenging this year, so we plan to come over to the Channel Islands. Can you pre-book the marinas in advance in Guernsey? and are they likely to be busy this year with Covid and the restrictions?
03/06/2021 @ 4:59 pm
HG CREW
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Hi Ken, follow one of the links on the article above to find information charters etc. Its a fantastic sailing ground, so hope you enjoy
01/06/2021 @ 9:55 pm
Ken Bronson
SAILING IN THE CHANNEL ISLANDS
We are looking into sailing the Channel Islands later this year. We normally charter in Spain or Gibraltar. Do you have a list of charter companies? I have my yachtsmaster and the family have competent crew.
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