Frequently Asked Questions

What should I bring?

  • Dress for the local weather. Captain recommends light soled shoes, if any, to keep from marring the decks, high heels are not recommended.
  • Sun Screen Lotion – Spray on lotion creates a safety hazard by making the decks slippery and causes discoloration/damage to the fiberglass.
  • In the event of anchoring and a swim, appropriate swim gear and towels (we have an area below deck to change)
  • You can bring your own snack and drinks if you like.

Is Alcohol Allowed?

  • Yes, alcohol is allowed on the vessel.
  • If you bring your own beer, we recommend cans instead of glass bottles(wine is acceptable in bottles).
  • We also provide complimentary drinks (wine, beer, soft drinks and water).
  • If you want to bring your own wine or champagne we have refrigeration to keep your supply cold.

Is there a bathroom?

  • Yes, we have a private head (bathroom) on board.

What about the weather?

  • Yes, we have weather.
  • Trips can sometimes be cancelled and/or postponed due to in-climate weather, it will be the Captains call.
  • The Captain will only cancel a trip if he feels the weather is a safety concern for the guests, crew or vessel.
  • The Captain can call a trip up to 15 minutes before the departure time.

Can I cancel a trip?

  • Yes, you can cancel within 24 hours of your trip with no penalties.
  • If a cancellation is less than 24 hours you will be charged a booking fee of 1/2 of your trip cost.

What form of payment do you accept?

  • We accept Visa/Discover/MasterCard & Cash.
  • You can pay when you book on the site or we can accept your payment at dockside before departure.

Will we see dolphins or other wildlife?

  • Yes, You will see all kinds of wildlife.
  • We have Ospreys, ducks, Herons (great blues and the green), sea gulls, turtles, Jelly fish, puffer fish, spinner sharks and on occasion dolphins when they cooperate. Dolphins are wild animals that live in the bay.
  • On average, we see dolphins from the sailboat about 50% of the time.

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