Friday, 10 August 2012

Get Yachting On Your Next Stag Do

If you are looking for a unique stag weekend you cannot go wrong then a weekend yachting on the Solent.

The Solent is a stretch of water that splits the English mainland and the Isle of Wight, making the Isle of Wight well an island.

Onboard your vessel you have all the mod cons you need to keep you going before you hit dry land, including a fridge for your beer.

Available to hire with a skipper (obviously) are 40 - 60 ft race boats which can fit up to 14 people, should your group be larger you can always have more than one boat.

We recommend you arrive before 6pm to get onboard and sail to Cowes, there you will find plenty of pubs and restaurants to visit on your first night.

Then after breakfast you are free to sail around the Solent, learning some key Sailing skills, but also taking in the sites and generally having an extremely cool time.

That night you head back to Cowes where you moor up and get on a water taxi to The Folly Inn where you can eat, party, watch live bands, dance on tables and have an awesome night. The water bus will then pick you back up and take you back to Cowes around midnight where you can have a few beers and get your head down for the night.

The next day after breakfast it's all hands onboard to a couple of bays off the English coast for swimming and sightseeing.

You will get back to dry land at around 4pm and ready to tell tales of shipwrecks, stormy seas and running out of drinking water (or is that an episode of Black Adder?).

This break is bookable through DesignaVenture and departs from either Portsmouth or Southampton.

So if you are looking for a truly unique stag do, you cannot go wrong with a weekend of Yachting, Prince William & Harry have been seen on stag dos on the Isle of Wight so if you are looking for a Royal approval.



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