Win a Bucket List Sailing Adventure

You could win a once in a lifetime trip to Sail Scotland on the first ever Clipper round the world race yacht.

win a bucketlist sailing adventure

See Scotland by sail during 2020, officially designated as Scotland’s Year of Coasts and Waters!

You could win a once in a lifetime trip to Sail Scotland on the first ever Clipper round the world race yacht.  Discover spectacular scenery, fascinating history and a warm welcome during Scotland’s year-long celebration.  Take on an ocean, cruise a coast, explore a cove, the choice is yours and all from Scotland’s glorious coastline.

Enjoy a rich variety of land and seascapes, some famous waters and a truly unforgettable sailing experience, Scotland has it all. Explore island shores; look out for resident wildlife such as bottlenose dolphins and minke whales; savour the renowned natural larder; and toast your trip with a warming whisky from a world-class distillery.

To celebrate the launch of our #MustSeaScotland campaign, we have teamed up with Ocean Sailing Scotland to offer two lucky winners the chance to see Scotland from the water aboard Scotland’s very own first generation Clipper 60 ocean racing yacht Taeping. With many of her original features restored, and modern equipment and comfort upgrades this is your chance to experience the year of Coasts & Waters on the trip of a lifetime in 2020!

To enter: visit the competition site by clicking on the ‘Enter Competition’ button below and enter your details – easy!

Enter by: 11/10/2019

No purchase necessary.

See competition website for full terms and conditions.

Promoted By: Sail Scotland

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Get Inspired: How to get into sailing

Why get into sailing? It’s a sociable and fun way to get fit and escape from your day-to-day worries and concerns.
Who is it for? All ages and abilities. Whether you want to join a crew on a big yacht or get a buzz from racing, there’s something for all.
Is there a cheap option? Small-boat sailing is one of the cheapest ways to get afloat and many clubs provide vessels to members.
What if I want a proper workout? Many disciplines, such as windsurfing, require an extreme level of physicality.
Can I take it to another level? The majority of clubs offer a programme of races if you fancy competing.
Is there a disability option? Sailing is one of the very few sports in which able-bodied and disabled sailors can participate on equal terms.
Is there a family option? You could sign up to a family sailing course and learn the skills together.

Whether racing, exploring places you wouldn’t otherwise be able to see or just having a muck around out on the water, sailing can be a great way to get active.

There are plenty of Royal Yachting Association Training Centres to get you started, and if you progress to racing, sailing can give one of the most comprehensive workouts around.

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