Solent Explorer One-Day Cruise

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A more relaxed full-day of sailing, typically attractive to a family group, which could include enjoying lunch at anchor.

The Solent boasts many idyllic anchorages to choose from, either eating lunch on board, or accessing some delightful pubs and cafes using the tender to row ashore.  Examples include, Alum Bay, Totland Bay, possibly including the Waterfront restaurant, Newtown Creek, with the New Inn (consistently voted Isle of Wight Dining Pub of the Year) as an enticing possibility, Osborne Bay, Queen Victoria’s former private beach and, last but not least, Priory Bay, with the option of going ashore for lunch in style at the Priory Bay Hotel.

Alum Bay, Isle of Wight
A yacht at anchor near the beach and cliffs displaying the iconic coloured sands of Alum Bay.
The Waterfront Cafe, Totland Bay Isle of Wight
The Waterfront Cafe, overlooking Totland Bay.
Newtown Creek, Isle of Wight
The serenity of the Newtown Creek anchorage, a designated National Nature Reserve.
Osborne Bay, Isle of Wight Osborne Bay panorama
Osborne Bay, Isle of Wight.
Priory Bay, Isle of Wight
Priory Bay. The Priory Bay Hotel is behind the camera.