Follow the map to see our Sea Europe voyages.


Something out of the ordinary

Don’t just stare at the sea,
dive into its sensory delights on an unforgettable voyage,
with a timeless ship.

Oslo - Bremerhaven

August 07-11  Sea Europa is a fantastic voyage with Christian Radich, from Oslo along the European coastline and in the Mediterranean. We believe in a reopening in Europe and will vist Germany, France, Spain, Portugal and Sardinia Italy.  Join us for the first trip to Bremerhaven.

Bremerhaven - Cherbourg

August 15 - 20  We leave Bremerhaven and the festival "lütte Sail Bremerhaven 2021" and go out in the North Sea. We hope the winds are with us so we can have some good sailing before we enter the busy English Channel with England to your right, starboard as we say aboard.

Cherbourg - A Coruña

August 21 - 26 Cherbourg has a deep natural harbour backed by steep wooded hillsides. Centuries ago, it was an obvious place for a fortified port. Cherbourg is one of France’s important Channel ports and it is one of the best-connected ferry ports in France.

Cagliari - Alicante

September 26- October 01 Like so many other Mediterranean towns, Cagliari was built around a fortress in the heart of the old town. Sardinia is famous for having the clearest waters in the Mediterranean and you find long white beaches all over.

Lisbon - Cadiz, Tall Ships Races Magellan - Elcano

September 04-09  This voyage is reserved, but you can sign up for the wailing-list and we will contact you if places are  available. After a few days in charming Lisbon, we start the race to Cadiz.

Cadiz - Tarragona

September 11- 17 Cádiz is one of the oldest cities in south-west Europe, strongly connected to the sea. After three days of Tall Ship Festival and the price-giving ceremony, we head  towards the Strait of Gibraltar and the Mediterranean.

Tarragona - Cagliari

September 19 - 24 Welcome to sail with the Christian Radich in the Mediterranean. Maybe you will spend a few days in Tarragona by the coast of Catalonia. Tarragona was an important city even to Romans, so the history is old.

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