We enjoyed our visit to London, it is a great place to visit on a sunny day, even in winter. We walked around St Catherine's docks and Gretna Green.
I have just booked our second sailing holidays with them. Excellent service, good boat, and perfect sailing area.
We arrived here after travelling through the corinthian canal and we struggled to find a mooring new the town. We walked into town and it is very pretty fishing village that livens up at night.
We moored up to find the marina full of plastic bottles and later explored the city including the catacombs. We enjoyed the food and atmosphere.
Like stepping back in time to one of the most protected harbours in Europe. A truly stunning place.
We stopped here before heading south to Sardinia and were stunned at how pretty the town is but also how steep it is up to the castle and old town, which is amazing.
We headed here to shelter from a forecast front coming in. We found Ajaccio to be a pretty town with lots of history.
A welcome arrival and no problem to get a mooring. A great little gem of a town and bay to visit.
We were unable to get an overnight mooring buoy even though we had booked online. We had to leave at sunset. Unfortunately all the forms were in Spanish.
A fantastic marina in a great location with good supermarkets and facilities.
The company gave us a broken boat and when we got back they took our deposit. We were expecting some kind of compensation for all the damages the boat had but insread took our deposit with any chance to dialog and wothout giving us any explanation.
Worst time ever. We rented a boat with them for a week in Summer. When we got there, they gave us a broken boat without telling us. In the middle of the week, the platform from the back broke hurting some of us that were standing there at the time. When we called them to explain what happened they kept telling us to go to some islands that they had someone that could help us. But no one did. On the check out, they didn't want to gave us the deposit back. Never again. They were rude and liars.
We rented a sailing boat with Kiriacoulis in the south of France. The boat was in a poor shape, and many parts had to be replaced (upon our demand) at check in. We had an issue at see on day 4 (Genoa topped broke due to over usage!) and maintenance / support of the crew was poor (actually inexistant). Following our trip, no one dares or cares providing an answer to our complaints... avoid this company by any means! In 15 years of charting with other companies I’ve never had such a bad experience
A well maintained clean busy marina with a great modern pub ‘Lifeboat’ on the eastern side of the river Medina.
A pleasant meander up the creek and a friendly welcome to the Folly Inn with taxi service from mooring pontoons.
A pleasant marina, good parking, nice cafe and friendly staff. Lots of well signed mooring berths in a sheltered position just off the solent.
moored in inside face side on to mole. Lots of hull water slap noise in nigh due to Westerlies coming down the valley. Seems there is no good place to tie up in westerlies as all affected. ate at Remenzzo , very good, would recommend highly.
best place we stayed in a week of cruising. moored on town key ( right side of harbor). Quiet and good protection. get there by 1-2 pm or you will not get a place but can shore line / anchor later. Ate at Lizzys ,on raised terrace . Worth a visit. ( also Mills is a good place to eat)
marina is large, and with good facilities ( although fuel and supermarkets are expensive). If you can shop in town to provision. Lots of bars with free wifi in marina. good-ish showers (50 cents from marina office for token). -ve: many people coming and going on change over days all night long with wheeled cabin bags on walkways= not much sleep. Also marina frees are steep
chartered bare boat a J36. old but reliable boat. Staff well organised , friendly, no issues. Would use again
moored in mid sept in front of Liotrivis bar ( noisy way past midnight) , first on left as you enter port. Free but no services. 5 mins walk to main restaurant area. Recommend Yiannis Family Cafe Stifado to die for. -ve is smell. definite smell of sewage from the bay. very crowded port but pretty
stayed here twice in mid September, once overnight on the left side opposite the town quay mole. No services , was water & power sometime ago but has now all fallen into disrepair. 5 mins walk around the harbor to the restaurants. Quiet location, well protected from NW wind Then again for a few hours mid day to charge batteries on the town quay. Power & water is by a key fob purchased from the butchers behind the town key. 10 EU min,plus 20 EU deposit for the key. Key is only usable on Meg.
Charter was an older boat and rigging was salt encrusted (but we were in the Med, so its to be expected). Hand over despite language problems was thorougher with focus on the important stuff. Loads of spares on board and hand back to fleet manager was smooth and hassle free. Having read some bad reviews I was nervous: but was very happy with my experience with them - hence this review.
Maybe I am new to sailing world but my 3 years experience with this chartering company it was great.2 times with sail boat and 1 with catamaran
We spent a good few days here and really enjoyed the Irish hospitality, food and beer. Unfortunately the weather was grey, wet with strong winds for much of the time. When we did get out and about it was a beautiful area.
The airport is under a lot of construction outside. Inside the new building is a nice extension. There’s very little to do airside, one single cafe selling sandwiches. We headed across the road outside to a tiny roadside cafe and grill which served amazing burgers, salads and other options.
We ate at Steramasi restaurant a very short walk up from the bay. Lovely view over the bay and great service.
A pretty bay well set up with free mooring, wifi, water and electric. Friendly shoreside help. But prefer neighbouring bay prozura for the setting.
We anchored here one night in the left finger of the bay, the other two fingers of the bays have a Konobo each offering grills. During the night we had a beautiful clear sky and out of the darkness a small (tiny) fishing boat with a young man came with bottles clinking as a mobile bar/shop also taking orders for breakfast pastries. Very entrepreneurial!
We struggled and failed to find space to moor in Hvar so chugged on round to the next bay (Milan) and took a red restaurant buoy and had the most amazing dinner during sunset. A lucky find. We headed back to Hvar the next day to stroll around and grab some groceries. An interesting hustling busy city.
Large pretty bay on the doorstep to the national park, overlooking a series of restaurants each offering mooring. Attracts a anchorage fee in season which is collected by park ranger.
Part of the national park area and allegedly charges 200 kuna (€20) for overnight anchorage. This is less than the tip of Mljet which is double this price.
A great little bay. Locals find it offers good protection from all but strong northerly Bora winds. Also has a nice restaurant.
We moored up here originally only intending to stay one night while a strong Jugo wind system blew past but it brought rain the next day so we stayed put a second night. The marina staff are helpful and friendly, and the shower facilities very clean inside. Around the marina there are plenty places to eat, one small and a second larger market. The marina beach bar was not yet open for trade in May.
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Still early into the season but this little town is very pleasant. The Maestral bar/restaurant was welcoming with great views over the bay and marina. We found a small restaurant tucked away near the school with a terrace on the waters edge (Konobo More).
Pretty location, lined with four good restaurants each offering slime lines and electricity. It was a well sheltered and quiet night for us. There’s a national park entrance.
Several small attractive holiday cruise boats moored up along the jetty with groups of European tourists. We expected all 5 of the restaurants to be busy but these guests are aboard their ships. We ate at Tauris and had fantastic bream and grilled squid. Waiters were very knowledgable and proud of local wines.
A pretty island with an uninhabited appearance as you follow the eastern coastline. Rounding the head open up into a long sheltered bay with a pretty Sipanska at the base.
A nice spot at the end of the river near the natural spring. Tennis courts and restaurant onsite. 130 kuna into Dubrovnik old town only 10 min away. Local supermarket well stocked, but very strict about their shopping trolleys not leaving the door. Use other trolleys. Toilets clean despite rough appearance from outside.
Very pleasant welcome. Organised. Boat tidy. No wait for check out. And a super friendly manager! Plus a very knowledgable ‘John’ providing an in depth briefing of the local area where to go and what to avoid.