Welcome To Our New Site!

Welcome To Our New Site!

Tuesday, 20th of June 2017

Whether you're a frequent traveller across Seachest or it's your first time dropping your digital anchor, we're excited to announce the launch of our brand new website, so welcome back! Along with a fresh lick of a paint and a few digital advancements to help

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5 Best Sailing Destinations For Easter

5 Best Sailing Destinations For Easter

Wednesday, 19th of April 2017

The Easter break may be coming to an end, but now is a better time than any to get thinking about those great sailing expeditions! The sun is shining, you've got the boat back out from storage, all your provisions are at the ready and you've fired up the engine...

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10 Tips To Avoid Seasickness

10 Tips To Avoid Seasickness

Friday, 24th of March 2017

Seasickness can affect anyone, and whether you're a seasoned seafarer that suffers from it or you're new to sailing, the symptoms can be at the very least unpleasant and at worst, put you off enjoying what you love doing most.

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How To Plan Your Passage for a Sailing Trip

How To Plan Your Passage for a Sailing Trip

Monday, 27th of February 2017

Successful sailing comes down to three factors: the scope of your knowledge, your ability on the water, and preparation. The latter is arguably the most important. How can you even begin to traverse continental oceans without a basic bearing? From route planners

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Boat Courtesy Flag Etiquette & Regulations
Boat Courtesy Flag Etiquette & Regulations
Monday, 30th of January 2017

Sailing is steeped in tradition. Even though aspects of the activity have been heavily modernised, several actions are much as they were decades, even centuries ago. One of these is courtesy flag etiquette - the act of flying a foreign nation’s flag as your

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5 Places To Sail To in 2017
5 Places To Sail To in 2017
Tuesday, 20th of December 2016

What is it you love about sailing? Feeling the wind lapping against your hair? The salty ocean spray on your skin? The adventure of being away from normality? Or the proud moment when you arrive at your destination, or perhaps seeing wildlife you don’t find

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