Concept Sailing Association founded in 2007 is an association of Krakow sailing enthusiasts, which organizes long distance sailing expeditions for both amateurs and advanced experienced sailors. In October 2011 we transferred from Lerwick to Gdansk a British expedition-racing yacht type Challenge 67, renamed s/y Nashachata II, being the successor to s/y Nashachata. Since 2012, we organized many ex-peditions: twice around Svalbard Archipelago. three times to Greenland where we reached, as first Polish yacht, the most western European point Kap Alexander in north-western Greenland. We were sailing over green Atlantic islands from Azores to Cabo Verde, we went to Africa sailing up Gambia River. In 2017 we passed Drake Passage three times in both directions, sail-ing around Cape Horn, then beyond of the Antarctic Circle and achieving the continent of Ant-arctica. In 2018 we joined Atlantic Rally for Cruisers (ARC), one of the most famous races in the World from Las Palmas to St. Lucia gaining 4th place in our class. The season 2019 we’ve started on Caribbean Islands from where we have moved over Atlantic Ocean coming back to Poland after over seven years of ocean navigation. During the 7 years of sailing, we hosted over 1,100 sailors, we sailed 97,000. nautical miles, spending almost 18 thousand. hours, during 110 consecutive sailing stages. In 2020 the yacht has undergone a major refurbishment and is ready to sail in the most demanding High Altitude regions, beyond the Arctic and Antarctic Circles In 2021year season we are going on a trip to the Norwegian and Scottish Fjords, then we will return to Albufeira marina. Welcome on board, join our crew!