Stag & Hen Weekends
Activity and entertainment all in one package
Stag & Hen weekends on the water
Follow the Royalty to the Isle of Wight for your Stag or Hen weekend for your final weekend away as a singleton.
We will pick you and your stag or hen party up at Ocean Village in Southampton so that every last minute of your weekend is fun! Want to know more about a sailing stag-do?
The Isle of Wight is only a short distance from the Mainland and yet offshore rules apply whenever you are sailing or moored up on the Island. So pretty much anything goes and remains on the Island as another of its kept secrets.
Cowes is the world-renowned sailing Mecca, and has been the centre of yachting for hundreds of years. Days full of excitement and adrenaline and nights of talking it all up.
The Isle of Wight is only a short distance from the Mainland and yet offshore rules apply.
The Yachts that we use are performance race yachts as they are well suited to having a fun time on the water. We can of course provide a more leisurely sailing weekend for those who do not want too much excitement.
We can provide boats for crews of 6 through to 60! Our largest yacht – Venomous can accommodate 16. If you are a larger party we can provide multiple yachts which can make for great fun on the water with a little inter boat competition and the great thing for the winning yacht is they get to pick the forfeit!
On Saturday morning we would set sail on one of our exciting performance yachts, we aim to get you all involved in the sailing and soon land lubbers under expert tuition soon become skilled in the ways of the sea. You do not have to have any previous sailing experience to really enjoy the thrill of sailing fast in the busy Solent.
We can sail to Cowes to spend the night moored in the Marina at the hub of the town just a short walk from the Anchor Pub where Princes Harry and William frequented on Peter Phillip’s stag do.
Sunday, once awake we will return to the water for more sailing. During the weekend everyone will get a chance to helm, as well as foredeck work, hoisting the sails and trimming them, before we reluctantly head back to the main land for your return to normality.