The boat is clean and very comfortable. I was super well taken care of and the skipper was very friendly and attentive.
Sailing trip: 02/09/2018
Wonderful experience !!!!
Sailing trip: 11/10/2018
By: Glaucia Lima
Clean, family-friendly atmosphere. Everything is very safe. Unforgettable trip. The investment is worthwhile!
Sailing trip: 13/10/2018
Who wants to sail about 2600 nautical miles along the coast of Brazil from Salvador da Bahia to the Caribbean to Port of Spain (Chaguaramas) on Trinidad. We will start on the morning of the 1st of February 2020 in Marina Pier Salvador in Ribeira. The first stop is planned in Fortaleza / Brazil and the second in Cayenne / Frech Guyana. We will arrive in Trinidad about the 07.03.2020. Of course, this is just a rough journey and depends on many unknown factors. Please contact us if you have any questions, suggestions or interest in sailing. Also individual stages are possible. Further information can be found here.
Interested in experiencing one of the last adventures of our time?
We started with 8 people on board on 12.12.2017 at 12:00 clock in Pula Croatia.
After exactly 72 hours we have put on the boot sole in the Italian Leuca. After repairing a rudder damage, we set off for Sicily in the evenings of the 18th of December. We came quickly through the Strait of Messina and have on 20.12. spent a night in the marina of Sant 'Agata di Militello in Sicily. The crossing to Sardinia was quite rough with a good 3 meter wave. After a one-hour stay in Cagliari we used the wind and sailed straight to Mallorca.
If you have any questions or would like to join us on our journey, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We are a young and innovative company that is expanding continuously. Thus, we are always on the lookout for:
Are you interested in new challenges? Would you like to combine the pleasant with the useful and truly enjoy your work? Then contact us and become a skipper for the sailing trips we offer on this website. What we require: basic knowledge of Portuguese and/or English as well as the necessary qualifications to sail commercially in coastal waters (at least SSS, SRC). We expect you to treat our guests in a friendly and entertaining manner - not using the near military tone that I have so often heard on German training and holiday cruises. Reliability, punctuality and honesty are German virtues that are also regarded highly in Brazil.
We offer a clean and friendly work environment, a responsible and autonomous position as well as a secure income. What is also worth mentioning is the career opportunities that come with working for a young and growing company. Whether you are a student or experienced seafarer, please send your full application to firstname.lastname@example.org.
2. On-board assistant, steward/ess
We are seeking a friendly, honest,attentive and well-groomed steward/ess to serve the guests on our sailing yacht. Your responsibility: to cater for our guests, look after their physical well-being and keep the yacht clean. Tasks include making coffee, serving breakfast, mixing cocktails and serving drinks, cooking and preparing meals, keeping the lounge, galley, bathrooms and cockpit in order, and assisting the skipper with his work. As we have many foreign guests on board, good language skills (at least basic knowledge of English or German) would be an advantage. Must be prepared to work flexibly as required for the sailing trip.
We offer an interesting position in a clean and friendly atmosphere, a secure income and career advancement opportunities. Please send your full application to email@example.com.
Starboard on the right in the direction of travel
Port on the left in the direction of travel
Bow front part of the vessel
Stern rear part of the vessel
Tack manoeuvre whereby a sailing vessel turns its bow through the wind
Jibe manoeuvre whereby a sailing vessel turns its stern through the wind
Leeward the side facing away from the wind
Windward the side facing towards the wind
Luff sailing closer into the wind
Bear away steering away from the wind
Sheet rope for controlling a sail