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Sleeping accommodation consists of 15 bunks situated in sets within different areas of the vessel.

The vessel has a well designed and spacious, centrally heated living area.

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The saloon has a dining area with seating for all on board plus a galley situated to one side. The galley is equipped with two chest fridges (for longer voyages one can be used as a freezer), two gas cookers, hot and cold running water, and all necessary utensils.




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 There are two toilets and wash areas with running water. There are no shower facilities on board.



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The sailing staff includes a Skipper, Mate and Bosun. As well as being trained and qualified to meet or exceed current regulations, all crew are checked by the Disclosure and Barring Service.


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Faramir starts and ends her season in Ipswich, Suffolk but from late April to June she usually operates from Newcastle for coastal voyages and occasionally longer sea passages to more distant ports. In July and August, Faramir often sails further afield, either to compete in The Tall Ships’ Race or to explore the west coast of Scotland before returning to the North East for September and October.