The Icelandic Challenge 2019


Event ID: Jul12519TC

Skipper (Subject to change): To Be Confirmed

Event Type: Public Event, “Open to All”

Event Class: Challenge (overnight sailing with a watch system)

Join us for our 2019 ocean sailing challenge. Start the trip off when you join the yacht on Scotland’s glorious west coast and the port of Oban. Perhaps you can enjoy the tranquil pace of an amazing train journey to join the yacht. Once onboard and with familiarisarion and safety briefs to start your adventure it won’t be long before we head out for some crew training on our Ocean sailing yacht. With final training done while underway it will be all systems go to head out into the North Atlantic ocean.

Watching the weather carefully your skipper will make the decision on when it is best to head out into the North Atlantic to ensure the optimal routing and conditions. Perhaps we may even be able to spend some time in the amazing Outer Hebrides before hitting the Ocean.

Spending between 3 and 5 days crossing the ocean the challenge will finish as we arrive at the Icelandic capital Reykjavik. Of course, hopeful of a fast passage there may be time to explore a local Fjord, spending a night at Anchor or enjoy an isolated Hot Tub experience on a deserted beach.

This voyage also qualifies for the RYA Yachtmaster Ocean qualifying passage requirements. There are two places available on this trip for candidates. There is a £175 supplement applied if you wish to undertake your Ocean qualifying passage. To book in simply add the Qualifying Passage add-on to your cart.


£ 940 per person inclusive of all onboard costs, £50 refundable Reservation fee.


£405 plus Nine volunteer day credits (Book below and email us a request to use volunteer days)


– The cost of this event includes all food, fuel and berthing charges.

– Sailing activity is weather dependent. If conditions are too severe training may be postponed, cancelled or the passage plan adjusted.

– Guests need to arrange their own travel to/from the embarkation and disembarkation points which may be different