This first May bank holiday weekend
why not come on a SAILING TRIP
on ‘Morning Star of Revelation’ ?
Join our qualified team on board as we sail the Medway over the bank holiday weekend.
You don’t need to be a sailor, just prepared to muck in and help out hoisting sails, manning ropes and having a fantastic time together.
Morning Star is a sail training ship and we regularly take people to sea competing (very successfully!) in the Tall Ships races.
This bank holiday trip is a good way to get to know the boat and our team. It will be a fun and friendly no pressure trip - great for all the family*. All meals are included, you will be issued with waterproofs and life jacket and sea boots and all you need to do is be prepared to join in and have an adventure with us.
Cruise name Or Group name Boat Morning Star Embarking day date time and place Chatham Maritime Marina at 6pm on Friday the 2nd of May 2014 Disembarking day date time and place Chatham Maritime Marina at 3 pm on Monday the 5th of May 2014 Cost £195 ( special offer )
Or Group name
day date time and place
Chatham Maritime Marina at 6pm on Friday the 2nd of May 2014
day date time and place
Chatham Maritime Marina at 3 pm on Monday the 5th of May 2014
£195 ( special offer )
To book call us on 01634 403890 or
* under 15 year olds by arrangement only.
Welcome to the Morning Star Trust! Looking for the adventure of a lifetime? Come sailing with us.
We offer Adventure Sail Training, Tall Ships Racing, RYA Qualifications, DofE Residential, Group Charter, and Coastal and Offshore Cruising for both individuals and groups.
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After a creditable performance in Race 2, Morning Star spent last weekend in Sczczecin, with the crew taking part in the final festivities of Tall Ships 2013.
She is now making her way homeward with a new skipper and several new crew members and is currently in the Kiel canal. These are some impressions from the crew on board:
At 07:00 this morning (2nd August) Morning Star had 28 miles to go to the finish line and is currently standing 8th in class and 45th overall. The crew, though tired, are enjoying themselves.
The skipper reports:
"I need strong coffee - put trousers on back to front. Slipping down the fleet, but having good battle with Rupel. Saw four shooting stars, awesome night watch. Tom now has his sea legs (at last) but the second mate is very tired. Had to deal with a blocked loo :("