If you were tantalised by Treguier, found Denmark dazzling and Enkhuizen electrifying,
were energised by Edinburgh and bowled over by Barcelona ? Then you cannot miss Fabulous
After Sydney and Rio, the third largest natural deep water harbour in the world.
Since the beginning of maritime adventuring Falmouth has been strategically vital
to sailors as the last port before the treacherous Western Approaches and the mighty
Atlantic Ocean. And even today Falmouth lives for the sea.
£145 per person cost includes;- Welcome pack with commemorative polo-shirt, traditional
Furniss Cornish biscuits and the sailors drink, Plymouth Gin.
Friday;- Friendly race in Falmouth Bay. Cornish Cream Tea. ` Freedom` of the
National Maritime Museum with pasty supper and local ale, shanty singers and more.
Saturday;- Pendennis Shipyard – superyacht builders — tour and refreshments. Gala
Dinner, RCYC reception cocktails and wines with the meal.
Sunday;- Morning coffee and ` freedom` of Pendennis Castle and/ or AGM. Classic
coach to the historic Mylor Harbour for reception drink and roast lunch. Guided cruise
around the winding creeks of the unspoilt River Fal, Truro River and stunningly beautiful
Carrick Roads .
Cornwall is such a fabulous place it is worth extending your stay. Geoff and Wendy
are willing to organise another day, or two ? Maybe you would like to see the Lizard
Point and St. Michael` s Mount from the land ? Or the Eden Project the largest greenhouse
in the world ? Or any of the wonderful gardens Cornwall is famous for ?
Planning a longer stay by boat ? For details of the extensive sailing calendar, discounted
moorings and local sailing knowledge. Just ask.