Exciting sailing, interesting overnight stops, great relaxation, good company, well looked-after.Overview - Give us a summary of your time with Sunsail?
Only five boats on this flotilla, most of us couples over 50. We had your two younger children (girl 20, boy18) and lead crew took them under their wing and ensured they were entertained. Quite bracing on return leg between the Greek Islands in F6/7.Is there anything else you would like to share?
The best way to see Kos and Hippocrates tree. Opportunities to walk on a volcano. Thats the second Turkish carpet of bought on a Sunsail flotilla. Have you tried a shave from the barber in Bodrum?Yachts - What was the best thing about your yacht?
The crew, particularly Ellie on helm and Trix hauling up the mainsail.Tips - Do you have any advice for fellow Sunsail guests visiting this destination?
A level three flotilla is exciting; more wind and longer crossings. Not so much of the long lunches and sunbathing in quiet bays.Highlights - What were the most memorable experiences of your holiday and where on your itinerary did they happen?
Beating up from Tilos to Nisoros in (almost) force 7 in bright sunshine and a comfortable chill factor.
Peter Sheridan, 08/01/2009
technical expertise thoughtful considerate and fun.Overview - Give us a summary of your time with Sunsail?
we have returned home refreshessed and wanting to book our next trip. there is excitement, adventure, fun and challenge.Is there anything else you would like to share?
the captain and crew always look to satisfy your individual needs, a difficult challenge considering the cross section of peopleYachts - What was the best thing about your yacht?
all the equipment worked properly and if it didn't it was sorted in the quickest possible way with the least hassle to us.Tips - Do you have any advice for fellow Sunsail guests visiting this destination?
join in and enjoy the funHighlights - What were the most memorable experiences of your holiday and where on your itinerary did they happen?
it's difficult to highlight any one event, gliding through the water at 7 knots with no engine only to be joined by a magnificant school of dophins?, cutting through azure seas, skies of blue and a beautiful breeze. sitting on deck after a challenging sail with a refreshing gin and tonic? i could go on and on.
Neil Robinson, 06/01/2010