Crossing the Irish sea

Crossing the Irish sea

As leg 5 of the sail4macmillan Round Britain cruise gets under way, our vessels set off to cross the Irish sea, heading for Bangor. Each leg of the cruise brings its own set of unique challenges, and this is no exception: one of the longest open water crossings of the whole trip.

That is all still to come, as first our crews need to traverse a little more of the stunning Scottish coastline down to Troon, before embarking on their overnight sail across the sea.

The sail4macmillan quilt on board Monet, departing for Bangor

You can follow the progress of the cruise in real-time on the map below. We have set the map to follow Monet automatically, but you can use the search tool to find Galliver II or Florence Agnes II if you wish.


If you wish to support our crews on their voyage, and help Macmillan Cancer Support continue their vital work with those affected by cancer, please follow this link to our justgiving page:

https://www.justgiving.com/fundraising/premier-sailing1

Thank you.

Premier Sailing would also like to thank all of our sponsors for this year’s endeavours. Their generous donations have all gone straight to Macmillan, so they can help those who need it most.

Volspec Ltd, Marinestore, Mantsbrite, Pantaenius, Tiptree, MOB Lifesavers, Boatfolk