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2 young people sailing on Ullswater
Another Place, The Lake
Sailing boats on Ullswater
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Sailing in the Lake District

Twenty miles of coastline beckon, with spots for wild swimming and even an island or two to navigate. You can learn to sail on Ullswater, the more experienced can hire a traditional Lune Whammel (Swallows and Amazons style), or if you prefer a skipper so you can watch the world go by you can schedule your own yacht charter. Sailing is best from May/June to late October

2 young people sailing on Ullswater with the fells in the background

wind

in your
sails

Learn the basics of sailing

Location: Start from our private jetty.

Taster session

Cost: £190
Duration: ½ day
Group: Up to four people. Children 5 years and over. Children age 5-17 years must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

Add a sailing taster to your booking:

Call: 07826 382612

Email: [email protected]

OR

and add sailing to your enquiry details

luxury cruise

Swallows and Amazons

Glenridding Sailing Centre offers an adventurous day’s sailing; learning semaphore, searching for treasure and mastering sailing the small traditional sailing boats, similar to the ones used in Swallows and Amazons. Click here to find out more or email [email protected]

Currently, due to Covid restrictions Glenridding are unable to offer Swallows and Amazons experiences. You can hire Lune Whammels here from £45 per hour.

Ullswater Luxury Cruises

Step off the hotel’s jetty onto your own 30 foot motor cruiser, ‘Living Life’, skippered by John, who will take you on a relaxed and exiting two hour Ullswater cruise. Sit back with Prosecco and enjoy the magnificent scenery and stunning views. Ideal for family outings, special occasions and celebrations. All facilities are on board, maximum of six people. From £49 per person.

Cinemagraph of sailing boats on Ullswater

Sailing on Ullswater

Ullswater has a long and rich heritage of sailing. Each year there are a number of regatta, including the Daffodil Regatta in April and the Lord Birkett Trophy in July.