Hen & Stag Sailing

Sail all day and party all night!

If you are looking for an activity for your hen or stag do, then sailing ticks all the boxes! We have considerable experience in running these events, so you will be in safe hands.

It doesn’t matter whether your numbers are as small as 5, or any number thereafter – we will organise an event for you.

Whether you are looking for a gentle sail in the Solent or seeking a more participative event with some fun racing – whatever you choose we promise to make your weekend great fun.

The cost? Much cheaper than you would imagine – and don’t forget all the accommodation and entertainment is included, all you need to add is food and drink. Typically its less than £200 per person, please e-mail or call us for a bespoke quote.

yachts on a corporate day

A typical weekend Hen and Stag weekend

Day One

Friday evening, arrive in Lymington from 6pm where we will show you to your yacht(s) and make sure you have everything you need. There is a restaurant and bar on site in the Marina, with numerous pubs within walking distance.


Day Two

Your skipper(s) will normally meet you at around 9am on Saturday morning. After breakfast, you will have a short safety briefing and then leave the marina and set sail into the western Solent. Depending on your plans, this can either be a sightseeing time or you can be getting in some race training for some racing later on. Assuming the weather is kind we tend to anchor for your lunch and hopefully let you get in some swimming. After lunch you will making your way up the Solent normally to Cowes is our most popular destination. We aim to see you into your berth around 4-4:30 leaving you time to freshen up in the Marina before heading out to party. Cowes has some terrific restaurants, pubs and bars to choose from and is certainly a lively place to be on a Saturday evening.

Your skippers will stay in a B&B nearby and contactable at all times should you need them.

Day Three

Your skipper will re-join you in the morning and point you in the direction of a cooked breakfast. We aim to leave Cowes around mid morning, heading back towards Lymington either racing or cruising, to have you back to base between 3pm and 4pm.

If you don’t fancy Cowes – how about Poole, Portsmouth or Southampton which are all possible subject to weather conditions and tides.

This is your weekend and we want to ensure that it is one that you remember for all the right reasons. The above suggestion is one that we know works well, but we are keen to ensure that we accommodate any request that you may have – so please let us know if there is anything we can do for you.

Within our joining instructions we will tell you everything you need to know and bring.