Ierland, Iles of Scilly

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Ireland offers versatile opportunities for sailing. The landscape is breathtaking, with beautiful sandy beaches interspersed by rugged cliffs. There are nice harbors but also many bays where we are moored or moored. The water is blue and can be turbulent and there is a good chance that we will be accompanied by a school of dolphins sooner or later.

The warm gulf stream and the coming and going depressions from the Atlantic Ocean determine the varied weather. A visit to the shore and the meeting with often the most friendly people in the local pub are part of it.


The Isles of Scilly is an island group of 5 inhabited and 140 uninhabited islands in the Atlantic Ocean south of Ireland. The islands are characterized by beautiful patchworks from flower bulb fields to rocks that are influenced by the Atlantic Ocean and paradisiacal beaches in the more sheltered bays.

The climate is subtropical due to its location in the gulf stream. It rarely freezes on the Isles of Scilly and there is often a strong wind.

On St Mary's largest island, it is nice to visit Hugh Town or to walk on one of the many trails to enjoy the beautiful seascapes. Tresco is the second largest island and has a little bit of everything from impressive rock formations to romantic castles on secluded bays, of course the famous subtropical Abbey Gardens and the shipwrecks museum.

The uninhabited islands are places of refuge for wild animals and sea birds.

The Isles of Scilly are in a remote location and to get there, the factors of power and wind have an influence on the course taken. The islands lie in the open sea and the image is determined by the cliffs and rugged rocks, which are also partly submerged. We look for protective bays, depending on the direction from which the wind comes.

    Iles of Scilly, St Marie

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"This sailing trip to the very end of England is an unforgettable experience".