It's going to get hot in the city .... 08 Apr 2009

Following the cold snowy winter, the weather forecasters are predicting a proper summer, when we can enjoy some beautiful long sunny days. Were sure you will want to escape the heat in the city and what better place to be than aboard one of our beautiful Swan 55 foot yachts on the Solent. Now is an ideal time to start planning your summer sailing event to ensure you get the pick of our dates and get your event firmly scheduled in your clients diaries.


Easter Gems 03 Apr 2009

If you want your pound to go further this Easter holiday, but still want a med style holiday, then cruising aboard a beautiful classic yacht could be just the ticket. Valhalla Yachting has two classic Swan 55s which come with a skipper and hostess to look after you and show you the ropes. Day sailing in the Solent for up to 12 people taking in the delights of the Isle of Wight or extended cruising, with up to 6 sleeping on board are both possibilities. Its hands on and lots of fun for all the family or a group of friends. Early season savings with prices from £1200 per day. Call 0870 246 7755 or email or check out the website and you too could be sailing off into the sunset.


New website launched 01 Apr 2009

Valhalla Yachting launched it??s new sleek, easy to use website today April 1st 2009.
Visitors to the site are encouraged to learn more about the beautiful Swan 55s Valhalla and Galiana that are available for sailing charters in the Solent. Equally popular for corporate sailing days and team building events, typical itineraries and menu suggestions are available on the site. Or for families and private charterers there are some suggestions for day sailing and cruising further afield. A whole host of special events taking place in the Solent in summer 2009 are listed for those who wish to incorporate these into their own event.

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