Everyone is welcome to sail onboard Hawila, for more info read our passenger’s booklet below and check our schedule (or download the pdf here). To book a sailing trip contact us by email at: firstname.lastname@example.orgHawila_Brochure_Maiden_voyage_2017.compressed_v2
Nights on board
After 3 days participating to the Risør wooden boast festival Hawila will sail 4 nights toward Rostock to join the Hanse sail festival, sailing with no stops along the shore. This leg is best if you would like to experience sailors’ life, night shift and the watch system
Hawila will participate to Hanse sail in Rostock between the 10th and the 13th of August. After the festival, Hawila will set sail for an 8-day sailing stopping in the island of Ærø, known for her great maritime history, then sail to the 100% renewable energy island of Samsø and finally sailing back to Copenhagen going around the island of Sjælland.
On this route, we plan to sail along the southern coast of Sweden and during a 1-night sailing we will reach the magnificent island of Bornholm. There will be time to hike around the island enjoying the stunning nature, great climbing spots and pristine sea sides.
Nights on board
During this leg, Hawila will reach the entrance of the Kiel canal by sail from her home harbor in Copenhagen. After motoring for about 70 miles in the Kiel canal, Hawila will be in the Northern Sea close to the city of Bremerhaven in Germany. From there, she will set sail for a 3-day sailing toward Amsterdam. In Amsterdam, Hawila will be hosted in the cultural free harbor ADM.
After a 3-day stop in Amsterdam, Hawila will set sail again for a 5-night sailing toward the city of Fowey in Cornwall. There, we will meet with other sailors and moor next to the sailing ship Nordlys, helping the loading and unloading of sailed cargo.
On Hawila’s last leg, we will sail from the city of Fowey through English channel and the North Atlantic to end up our sailing maiden voyage in the town of Camaret, Bretagne.
* We will try to move only using the power of the wind and use the engine as less as possible. The length of stay in the different locations will mostly depend from weather conditions and wind direction.