Skip to main content launches 2022 sailing season

Published on: 02 December 2021

plain sailing officially launched its 2022 sailing holiday season this week – including over 200 brand new ‘Class of 2022’ yachts and catamarans.


UK-based has officially launched its 2022 season this week – with prices for bareboat or skippered yacht and catamaran charters now available for sailing holidays in Croatia, Greece, the Med and the Caribbean.


The trusted and hand-picked charter partners that they work with around the globe have added just under 200 brand-new yachts and catamarans to their fleets – which should be super-shiny and new (as they haven’t been chartered out much yet) and they have a dazzling array of mod-cons to make sailing holidays even easier and more relaxing.


To launch the 2022 season in style, the yacht and catamaran charter expert is offering something special: book yourself a week-long charter on a 2022 model boat before 7 December and it will deduct a further 2% off its already low prices! (Make the booking and pay the deposit before midnight on 7 December and the 2% discount will be auto-applied).


If you’re interested in sailing in 2022, head to the award-winning now to search the boats available and use their comprehensive filters to find your ideal boat.


Tommy Tognarelli, co-founder of, said “It’s always exciting to gear up and launch the prices and boats for a new sailing season, and after all the drama we’ve seen over the last couple of years of the pandemic, it’s reassuring and energising to get back to a bit of normality.


“We’re also expecting the season to go ahead as planned – there will doubtless be some additional hoops and checks to be able to travel internationally in 2022, but hopefully they won’t be too onerous, will be easy to understand, and won’t put people off travelling, because sailing just isn’t the same without the sunshine or idyllic islands.


“We’re also encouraged that fairly standard travel insurance can now cover you for contracting covid in the days before your holiday (or on holiday), so it’s also far less risky to get a holiday booked now than it has been in the past”.