After a busy winter of boat updates, maintenance and training, we are almost ready to welcome our first guests of 2024 on board. Our skipper Richard and crew are looking forward to having you on board for some new adventures! 

You can find all our sailing experiences on our sailing page – from day sails to sunset cruises, overnighters to multi-day trips. Whether you are a solo sailor, a couple, family or group, there is something for everyone!

The aircraft swoop in over the nearby hills and cliffs and then display across the bay. Past programmes have included the RAF Red Arrows, the RAF Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and many other visiting aircraft and aerial displays.  Torbay is a superb area of sheltered water for viewing the spectacle.

Live the life of a pirate and spend a weekend swashbuckling at the Brixham Pirate Festival – 3rd May 2024. Moored in the thick of the Pirate Festival in Brixham, you can spend 2 nights aboard (Friday and Saturday) and enjoy front row seats for one of the biggest and most famous Pirate gatherings in the UK!

Whether you join us for a day, a weekend break or extended sailing holiday, you’ll be welcomed aboard our beautifully restored 1895 Brixham wooden sailing trawler by the crew.

Congratulations to the team! Pilgrim won the Marsh Volunteer Award at #nathistshipsawards2023. A great tribute to all our volunteers whose sterling efforts keep Pilgrim both conserved and heritage sailing in the traditional way.
Well done all.

Did you know that, whilst Duke and Duchess of Cornwall, they actually visited Pilgrim to present us with a cup originating from King George V?   The King George V Perpetual Cup was originally gifted by King George V in 1914 for races between working trawlers. The cup was first presented in 1919 by Lord

We have vacancies in our Skipper Training Programme starting in February 2023 and leading to RYA Day Skipper or Yachtmaster qualification. Free onboard meals and and accommodation. Come to sea with us – it’s hard work and lots of fun too. Details available here. We need an experienced Ship’s Cook to look after our guests and

In 2021 we spotted a request for boats to contribute to a citizen science project conceived by Dr Howard Dryden, whose goal it was to measure and investigate the levels of plankton in our coastal and oceanic waters.  The data gathered was to provide evidence of how chemical pollution and widespread microplastic distribution in the