When my husband and I decided to buy a new sailboat, we had to consider all the extraneous costs—slip fees, insurance, upkeep, winterization, launch fees, winter storage. It really adds up. Especially considering we have only so much vacation time, so the boat would be sitting at the dock most summer days. It was hard […]
We have a really great foursome working with us this summer. Ellen, Taylor, Sabrina and Chelsea keep the boats, docks and marina grounds clean and tidy. They make us look good. Today was a sad day. Ellen has decided, after 4 summers with us, to pursue an internship now that she’s graduating from college. We […]
If you picked up a copy of August’s Cruising World Magazine you would have seen this great article about our annual Unsalted Island Hopping event. If you didn’t see it, here’s your chance. Once a again a big THANKS to Cruising World for the exposure, Mike Lee for the story and Marianne Lee for the […]
Sailing often conjures up thoughts of Jimmy Buffett, Margaritas, warm breezes, sunshine, no worries mon, stress-free and laid-back. And in the charter business, we are on the other end of folks taking hard-earned vacation time and spending hard-earned money to forget about the realities of everyday life for a while. And we take that serious…that […]
The Boat Club is a fleet of smaller, day-sail boats, sizes 18 – 25 feet and is perfect for day-sailing and occasionally staying aboard overnight multiple times a season for a greatly discounted rate.