Andiamo

2012 Jeanneau Sun Odyssey 409

"Andiamo" has a large cockpit with twin steering wheels, a GRP folding table and swim platform. Her spacious saloon has U-shaped seating with a fold-over dinette to starboard which converts to a double berth and lounge seating to port which doubles as a berth. She has a large en-suite master stateroom forward and a twin stateroom aft. and a large head and shower aft. This vessel is ideal for two couples.

-$6000 a week

-$1736 a weekend

-$868 a day

-$400 1/2 day (weekdays only or select weekend days)

All rates include captain

 
 

Journeyman

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1969 Cal 40

"journeyman" is a classic racer-cruiser design. Large V berth forward Dinnett to port that drops down and forms a double berth, one single to starboard and two single quarter berths aft.

Sleeps 5, asymmetrical spinnaker, symmetrical spinnaker, 6 knots under power, 7 knots upwind, 17+ downwind. She is a classic performance cruiser and like many have said, the Cal 40 has no bad habits. Journeyman is easy to handle, fun to sail, and a great boat to introduce people new to sailing a larger boat and the discerning experienced sailor.

-$4000 a week

-$1500 a weekend

-$600 a day (8 hours and a night)

-$400 1/2 day (4 hours weekdays only or select weekend days)

All rates include captain

 


Artemis

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1997 Andrews 53

"Artemis" was designed to sail to Hawaii very fast. She is a converted thoroughbred racing boat that provides a comfortable, exciting cruise for up to 8 participants. She has an asymmetrical spinnaker and roller furling jib. She can do 8 knots under power, 9 knots upwind, and 20+ downwind. The west coast of Vancouver Island or Desolation Sound is in reach of her home port of Seattle. Artemis has accommodation to sleep 8. She is equipped with an Espar heater, stereo/cd/mp3 player, Glacier Bay refrigerator, a four-burner stove and oven, and hot water.

$300 a day per person, minimum of 5 participants.

All rates include captain

 

 
 

Goose

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1985 Catalina 30

"Goose" sleeps 6, hot water, three burner stove, microwave, currently only available for dock charter in Friday Harbor.

-$100 a night on weekdays

-$200 a night on weekends

-$300 a night on holidays

 
 

Evermoore

1984 Moore 24

A Pacific Cup veteran, Evermoore is a testament to the design. At 24 feet and 2050 pounds she lives up to the name "Mighty Moore". In addition to being an offshore racing machine she is a perfect boat to learn to sail on. Her small size teaches the feel of sailing better than any larger keel boat which is why we have found she is perfect for teaching the fundamentals of sailing. At a top speed of 20 knots she is a rewarding craft for even the expirianced sailor.