At Sail Boat Project we operate three sail training vessels, all of which are safety coded with the Maritime and Coastguard Agency for commercial use. This means they are subject to rigorous checks and well maintained. As a RYA (Royal Yachting Association) Training Centre we are also subject to annual inspections by them. We have a proven safe operating record and look forward to welcoming you aboard Jalapeno, Cascadeur or Karic.
Karic is a British built Westerly Renown ketch – a ketch means there are two masts, so three sets of sails for people to learn how to use. She has berths for six people to sleep in three cabins, with room for everyone to sit and eat round the table in the main cabin. Designed for family cruising, Karic is a safe, sturdy boat. There is a centre cockpit with room for a crew of six to sit in comfort.
Facilities include a roomy heads (toilet/washroom) and meths 2 hob cooker
Cascadeur is a French built Jeanneau. She has up to ten berths in four cabins, with room for everyone to sit and eat round the circular table in the main cabin, or use the cockpit table to eat or work together outside. We can take bookings for up to 10 people on Cascadeur.
Our RYA courses and sailing trips from Southampton are run on Cascadeur.
Facilities include two heads (toilet/washroom), gas cooker with oven, heating.
Jalapeño is a Dutch built Standfast, a solid roomy boat that handles the sea well. We can take bookings for up to 10 people on Jalapeno and there is room for everyone to eat and plan together around the central saloon table. There is an unusually large amount of flat deck, a great spot for a picnic at anchor!
Our RYA courses and sailing trips from Chichester marina are run on Jalapeno.
Facilities include heads (toilet/washroom), galley with gas oven and heating.