Brixham Travel And Finding The Ship
Once you get to Brixham harbour you should be able to easily see Trinovante.
Find Trinovante Using AIS
This is the easiest way to find Trinovante in port
AIS will give an accurate location of our position in port. Vessel Finder is just one web site that provides free AIS ship tracking. Many of our crew now use AIS apps on their smartphones to find us.
Travelling By Train
The nearest mainline train station is Paignton. From you can catch a bus to Brixham which takes about 15 minutes or a take a taxi
Finding The Ship In Port
Google Map (below)
The exact location of Trinovante is finalised only on arrival in port. Assuming we have internet coverage, we then email the joining crew and update the Google Map below. This map gives you enough information to plan your travel and familiarise yourself with the area but remember we may be on a different pontoon or quay on the day. You can always phone us to check.
We do our very best to provide accurate travel information on this page, but it is not guaranteed to be correct or up to date. Travel options mentioned are not the only options available and do not necessarily represent the best, cheapest, most convenient, reliable, secure, safest or quickest options for you. You are solely responsible for arranging your travel to and from Trinovante. SchoonerSail accepts no responsibility for the use of travel information on this web site.
If you find any errors in this travel information or have a tip to contribute that would be useful for your fellow crew we would be delighted if you let us know.
Voyages In Date Order
Fri 16th to Mon 19th July 2021
3 nights £420
Two sailing weekends to get out on the water in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
7 Nights £945
Sail in the UK from Ipswich to Littlehampton
7 Nights £945
Sail from up channel to the Thames Estuary
Thur 2nd Sept to Tues 7th Sept 2021 5 Nights £685 Two Cornwall Sailing Holidays with relaxed day sailing.
9 Nights £1175
Sail in the UK from Brixham to Ipswich
4 Nights £540
Sail the rural rivers of the Thames Estuary and sail up the Thames to Tower Bridge.