Escape the pressures and stresses of life ashore and experience a world of peace and relaxation. A place where your stresses and strains just float away


Enjoy the delights of chartering on the Solent

The Solent is a unique recreational playground that very few places in the world can rival.  

The Solent’s geography makes it an ideal boating mecca due to its many events, idyllic harbours, marinas and anchorages. 

Enjoy watching one of the many events from the flybridge at the top of the boats superstructure with its full open air space and seating which offers a fantastic viewing platform, or lunch in one of the many great restaurants or pubs in your visiting destination, do a little bit of shopping in some of the local shops, visit some of the many historical attractions, or just relax at one of the many anchorages with lunch on-board and some play time swimming and paddle boarding. 

The Solent is also famous for hosting the oldest and largest international sailing regatta in the world Cowes week, and every summer a cricket match is played in the middle of the Solent on a temporary island created by a strong receding tide. 

What’s included in your day charter - Glass of bubbly/Bucks fizz on arrival - Soft drinks, tea and coffee throughout the day - use of paddle board - Some light snacks · Fully Qualified Skipper - First Class Hostess - Fuel up to 30NM (Plenty for a day out) - Marina Fee’s and Harbour Dues.

Events and special occasions 

corporate entertaining - team building - weddings - promotional filming and television

or say “Thank You” to valued clients or hard-working staff or simply enjoy a day out with your family or friends  

From the moment we stepped aboard Ramoseas, we knew we were going to have an amazing stay! Ranking as follows; Cleanliness of Boat = Immaculate As described = exactly Facilities on board = 5 star (including extras we didn’t know about!) Would we book again = Absolutely Surrounding area = Superb Host = 5 Star, including calls and text to make sure we were comfortable
— Cem - Sept. 11, 2018