Following on from the recent announcement that the tall ship Johanna Lucretia will be moored at Teignmouth for the whole of the 2020 weekend and that 11 paid berths are available on her journey from Plymouth to Teignmouth the preceding week, we can now reveal the exact details of what is on offer. The 11 people will join the boat at 2pm on Monday 21st September and set sail for Teignmouth, arriving there on Friday 25th September and leaving the boat at 4pm. Potential stops along the way include Dartmouth, Salcombe, Hope Cove and Brixham, but the final schedule will be subject to weather. No previous sailing experience is required, as the crew of 4 will demonstrate what to do. However, it is an active holiday, so you will be involved in raising the sails and help sailing the boat, therefore the places are restricted to able bodied individuals. There are toilets, a galley and comfortable seating down below. The berths will be in shared
We are delighted to be able to announce that, with the kind co-operation of the The Island Trust, the tall ship Johanna Lucretia will be moored at Teignmouth for the whole of the 2020 weekend – this development is just one of the reasons why the Teign Shanty festival is now known as the Teign Shanty and Maritime Festival! Please also see https://www.theislandtrust.org.uk/boats/johanna-lucretia/ Over the whole weekend the public will be able to come aboard to fully appreciate the beauty of this vessel. Even more exciting is the fact that there will be 11 paid berths available on her journey from Plymouth to Teignmouth the preceding week. Watch this space for more details as these will be available on a “first come, first served” basis!