Spinning around in the rig

Check out this cool video of our friend Marta rehearsing on her trapeze in the rigging last week. filmed by our neighbour film maker Bryony Stokes. Bryony is a environmental film maker  her website  is  http://www.bryonystokes.com/ ‘Bryony Stokes loves the power...

Looking forward to sun on our faces

The spring is now not too far away and we are looking forward to our sailing season. Team Grayhound has been busy this winter making improvements to our fine ship. New for 2015 we will have two mini Gigs for our crew to row. We were so impressed with Chris Rees’...

Welcome to our new look website

In 2015 we are offering three different tariffs. The Cargo delivery tariff, the Sailing voyage tariff and the long term tariff. They all offer something different to the travelling sailor, depending on what sort of experience you want, how much you want to spend and...

The best of the Azores

In lots of ways being back in the Azores feels like we have come full circle. It has been just over a year since we started our sailing business in the West Country and in that year we have sailed 20 000 miles taken 250 new people sailing. We have visited Brittany,...

Antigua Classic Regatta news 2014

Antigua Classic Regatta was held in Falmouth and English Harbour in Antigua on the 16th – 22nd of April. About 50 classic yachts took part. The racing was exciting this year with strong winds on most of the race days. Every day we had a full crew of 17 onboard ....

Atlantic Crossing Antigua to Lajes to Horta

On arrival in Horta in the Azores we learned of the news of the lost yacht and crew, having left Antigua about a week after us. As a concerned boating community everyone was talking of it and sharing stories. Since the tragic news has come that the crew are indeed...

Our voyage by guest crew Sharon Jarvis

”Imagine leaving Devon early on a Wednesday morning and landing in Antigua Thursday afternoon. Arriving at English Harbour to see The Grayhound anchored. What a wonderful sight. Two weeks full of discovery and new experiences. We sailed to the volcanic isle of...

Rainforests and waterfalls in Dominica

Dominica other wise known as paradise Green, vibrant, genuine, bananas, flowers, thermal water, rainforest, fruits, spices, essences, rum, history, plantations, Carib Indians, local food, big smiles, passionate people, dirty, rugged, battered, faithful, invested in,...

Eating local, healthy home cooking on Grayhound.

Freya is a busy mum and is always cooking for her family aboard. We offer our customers good home cooked food using as much locally sourced produce where ever we are. We like to eat healthily with lots of salads, soups, stews and pasta. This Caribbean seasons...

Guest blog written by Joe & Sue Graham

Having witnessed Grayhound take shape from trees arriving by lorry at our boatyard, it was with excited anticipation that Sue and I flew to Grenada to join her for a Caribbean cruise through the Grenadines to St Lucia.Marcus and Freya run the boat with 2 year old...