SKIPPER PRO (STCW95)
LICENSE RYA YACHTMASTER OFFSHORE
SAILING INSTRUCTOR FFV
TRAINED AT LES GLENANS
SPEAKS FR / ENG
GREW UP IN HAUTE SAVOIE
I LIKE PROPERLY TRIMMED SAILS
I DISLIKE EXPENSIVE HARBOURS
"As a sailing instructor, it would be my pleasure to entrust you the march of my ship, very pleasant to steer. Above all, I like to bring to passengers who wish to embark on our boat what they want to live. I am convinced that sailing can bring out so many good things. Seeing a child become a master of the steer, or the rejoicing of the crew when approaching a mooring with turquoise waters, ..."
We, Jérôme and Ester, have been sailing since childhood in different zones. The Mediterranean and the Atlantic have become our backyard playground.
Jérôme is a professional and experimented skipper, always with a listening ear. Ester is the first mate, a pro with textiles & knots and your personal chef de cuisine who will prepare your meals with care.
We're passionated by boats, the sea, humans on board at sea! We invite you to join us to discover the joys of the sea.
We're impatient to welcome you on board, and are full hands on deck to make sure you experience some great sailing holidays.
As a kid, my parents would take me sailing for the holidays on a lovely Etap. But never could I have imagined sailing also exists as a way of living. One that has so much to offer, to see, to learn from. A sailboat gives way to a massive playground, one that is accessible for young and old, and where you can just zone out. My greatest pleasure is seeing our crew experience that freedom. I find it impressive to see how fast one can let go of 'land' and just go with the flow.
ZEF'S COOK AND DECKHAND
TRAINED AT LES GLENANS
PASSIONATED ON RIGGING & FREEDIVING
SPEAKS FR / ENG / NL / ESP
GREW UP IN ANTWERP
I LIKE THE SALT ON MY FACE
I DISLIKE SMELLY CHEESE
A little note from the capain
Some of you might have heard of tips & tricks against seasickness. Do you know the french
"5 F - law " ? Here are some keys to always feel well on board :
Our cabins are very comfortable so have a nap when your body feels like it.
Warm and waterproof clothing might help you with this one.
Supplies will be brought on board before take-off but feel free to bring your own goodies.
Your well-being is my priority.
I won't stop encouraging you to drink ... water !
Apart from that, you probably know that when driving a car in the mountains, it is never the driver that will feel unwell.
On a boat, that's exactly the same. You are most welcome to get a hold of the steer yourself!