South Shore Road
The British Isles and Channel Islands are home to some wild and wondrous anchorages, from the sparkling waters of the south coast of England, to the rugged outcrops of Scotland in the North and the turquoise bays of the Channel Islands and beyond.
Scotland is an ancient landscape, the perfect place to unwind and escape. Discover the extraordinary Shiant Islands, home to 1/8 of the UK’s population of puffins. The surrounding waters are teeming with wildlife including whales and basking sharks. Or why not don your hiking boots and lose yourself in the rolling hills of the Isle of Rum? Nestled next to the anchorage is the red sandstone Kinloch Castle, brimming with history awaiting to be uncovered.
The South Coast of the UK is a surfing haven, filled with awe-inspiring natural landscapes, from the towering white clifftops of the Jurassic Coast to the tranquil marinas of Cornwall and Torquay, or the ‘English Riviera’ as we prefer to call it. A stop in Cornwall is a must, with its beguiling landscapes made for hiking and world-renowned Blue Flag beaches. Enjoy fish and chips at Rick Stein’s Fish restaurant before heading to the picture-perfect St Ives.
The Channel Islands provide a switch-off from the hustle and bustle of modern day life like nowhere else. Remote islands, unpolluted star-filled skies and of course glittering waters that rival those of a Caribbean resort. Lose yourself in history and nature, getting familiar with the diverse local wildlife and flora.