Sea Time Cruises

‘Sea Time’ refers to cruising events which are suitable for beginners, competent  crew and aspiring skippers.

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  • Sea Time Cruises are skippered by CSSA Approved Skippers who are nominated by the committee.
  • Sea Time provides members with opportunities to experience, learn and practice sailing skills on a series of coastal passages to local harbours and anchorages.
  • Within the bounds of safety and seamanship the  wishes of the crew, hopefully elicited well before the event commences, should be accommodated by the Approved Skipper.
  • Most Sea Time cruises start and finish at Mercury Yacht Harbour on the Hamble.
  • Sea Time Cruises in other sailing areas are often included in the programme for the Summer Cruise.

The number of berths available for each cruise is limited. If you are interested in taking part in Sea Time then please contact Susie Welch at the Crew Bureau on seatimebureau@channelsailing.org or use the following form:

Channel Sailing is a division of the CSSA