Sailing in strong tides and currents in the Channel Islands
Sailing holidays in the UK often involves navigating areas with strong tidal streams and high tidal ranges, especially around the beautiful windswept islands of Jersey and Guernsey and their associated smaller islands in the English Channel.
Sailing Around Braye Bay in Alderney and Creux Harbour in Sark
Along with Herm, Alderney and Sark are the other two main Channel Islands which are part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. While the two islands are very different, they are both beautiful in their own right.
Sailing Around Jersey
There are perhaps few places in the British Isles better than the Channel Islands to go boating. Jersey in particular is a great place for boat trips, boasting some glorious coastal scenery.
Everything You Need To Know About Boating In the Channel Islands
If you have been considering boating in the Channel Islands, but don’t know where to start, then you have come to the right place!
Sailing Around Guernsey and Herm
Guernsey and Herm together make up part of the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Both islands represent ideal boating territory, with some lovely little harbours and sandy bays.
Sailing to The Channel Islands
There is something that we have to recognize, we know very little, to say nothing, about sailing. We do not have the knowledge to recommend a boat of 30, 40 or 50 feet, or more inclusive.