Atyla Ship Foundation

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Tall ship sailing vacation, Bay of Biscay

Come aboard Atyla in her homeport in the afternoon, get acquainted and settled in with your new sailmates, and set the sails the same evening to explore the Biscay Bay. We will feel the liberation of an open horizon and sea breezes in this early part of summer as the days are getting longer. A four-day trip will give plenty of opportunities for you to sharpen your sailing skills and your life skills out on the open water. Sailing is enjoyable, and it also takes work - teamwork, focus, communication, and attentiveness to be able to relax and enjoy. Our program for adventure sails focuses on eight essential life skills" while on board. As you cultivate the mindset to improve in these skills, ...Read more >
From 1,690 excluding flights

Tall ship festival, Pasaia to Porto

All aboard Atyla on this summer’s evening during the biggest maritime festival in the Basque country. The Pasaia Itsas Festibala (Pasaia’s maritime festival) is a three-day festival celebrating the relationship and legacy humanity has had and continues to have with the sea. You can enjoy concerts, unique foods, and the many traditional boats that come to the festival! Atyla, and all aboard, will be part of the sailing parade leaving the beautiful Pasaia Estuary, a place which some say looks like a Norwegian Fjord! Then, as we adjust sails to head west in the Biscay Bay, we will enjoy the beauty of the coast of the Basque country, Cantabria, Asturias and Galicia. At moments we will also ...Read more >
From 790 excluding flights

Tall ship festival, Bilbao to the Brixham

This trip will leave from our homeport in Bilbao as spring is turning to summer, bringing life to the land and seas! You will have the opportunity to get to know your crew and fellow pirating shipmates as we set sail for the British Isles the afternoon we board. This first leg of the journey will explore the Bay of Biscay as we head north. If the weather orients us along the coast, there may be an opportunity to visit some French port cities and/or island nations to potentially see historic sites and architecture. Sandy beaches, quaint marinas, and local produce markets await at the island of Saint-Georges-d'Oléron. The closeby island city of Saint-Martin-de-Ré is a UNESCO World Heritage ...Read more >
From 690 excluding flights

Tall ship cruise vacation, Porto to Malaga

After we get settled onboard and get to know each other a bit, we will spend one night on board before setting sail south in the big Atlantic the next morning. Depending on the wind, we may anchor in the Cape of St. Vincent, the most southwestern point in Europe. Here we will take in some powerful nature, from high, steep cliffs to breathtaking views and sandy beaches. There is a historical lighthouse, a maritime museum, and loads of history and lore. We will stop in Gibraltar and relish our position between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean, between Morocco and the Iberian Peninsula. It is one of the busiest waterways in the world, being a crucial route for global trade. Humans aren’t ...Read more >
From 890 excluding flights
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