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25 days on Lord Nelson From:£1550 *

The Caribbean - LN986

Place: Cape Verde (Cape Verde)
Date: 09/01/2020
Place: Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda)
Date: 02/02/2020

Sail beyond limitations and broaden your horizons, on this epic transatlantic adventure. Climb aboard the Lord Nelson before she catches the trade winds and swoops across the 2,250+ nautical mile transatlantic ocean passage to the Caribbean.

After spending Christmas and New Year in the volcanic archipelago of Cape Verde, 500 miles off the African coast, we’ll be waving goodbye and setting sails for an enthralling adventure.

Riding on the trade wind belt, with the current in our favour, tall ship sailing won’t get much better than this. It’s what our ships were made for!

You’ll be joining a diverse, mixed-ability crew, building new friendships with people of different abilities and backgrounds whilst honing your nautical skills on a thrilling passage voyage.

To cap off the adventure, after approximately 2,250 nautical miles where for most of the time you will not see another ship, you’re sure to be treated to some warm Caribbean sunshine. Average temperatures in Antigua rarely dip below 20°C throughout the year.

The adventure will finish in Falmouth Harbour; the old stomping ground of many a famous sailor before us. This includes the most famous disabled sailor in history – Admiral Lord Nelson – which makes it the perfect setting to toast your voyage achievements.

* All of our voyage crew spaces are subsidised through our continuous fundraising, however if you would like to pay the full cost for your voyage please refer to the Full Cost price listed below.

Full voyage details:
Price: £1550
Voyage number:LN986
Ship:Lord Nelson
Voyage start date:09/01/2020
Voyage end date:02/02/2020
Voyage duration:25 days
Departing from:Cape Verde (Cape Verde)
Arriving in:Antigua (Antigua and Barbuda)

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