Destinations

Active: Sail away with me

A life on the ocean wave is no longer the sole preserve of the super-wealthy.


There are plenty of ways to get your clients out on the water – whether in a small dinghy or a 30ft yacht – all you need to do is assess their abilities.


If your clients are inexperienced sailors, suggest a Royal Yachting Association qualification course – despite the grand name, it’s affordable and available through specialist operators.


If you’re selling to old hands, the world really is their oyster – choose anything from flotilla holidays or bareboat charters from here to Australia.


Still flummoxed? Then go with the flow in our comprehensive chart.


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