Charter 65ft "Piscataqua" Gundalow In Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Enjoy an exciting sailing day in Portsmouth, New Hampshire! Charter the 65 feet "Piscataqua" Gundalow for up to 49 passengers. Rate as low as $25 per person. Rates: • $25-42 per person depending on the type of sail offered. We specialize in History sails, hands-on Discovery sails, special guest speakers, concert cruises, and Kids Sail Free opportunities three times a week. Private charter rates vary by season/day/time. What You Can Expect: The Gundalow Company offers private charters aboard the gundalow "Piscataqua" departing from our dock at Prescott Park in Portsmouth, New Hampshire. We can also make arrangements to sail from appropriate private docks. What To Expect Onboard: The "Piscataqua" is an ideal vessel for company retreats, family reunions, special events, and much more. There is room to accommodate up to 46 people with plenty of seating, and the flat deck makes for a smooth sail that allows guests to enjoy their trip in comfort. The below-deck cabin can easily seat up to 12 people. Guests are welcome to bring their own food or beverages and will find plenty of room for trays and coolers. If you would like your event catered, we can provide connect you with our suggested caterers. The boat can also accommodate musicians and their instruments. If you would like to book an acoustic ensemble for your cruise, we can provide you information on local musicians who have played for our guest. Boat Specification: • Vessel: 65’ LOA, 2.5 ft draft • Capacity: 49 passengers maximum • Crew: USCG licensed captain, 2 crew members
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 46 guests
Today, the nonprofit Company’s mission “to protect the Piscataqua Region’s maritime heritage and the environment through education and action” is more important than ever. Thousands of students each year spend a few hours sailing onboard the world’s only Piscataqua Gundalow. They learn how gundalows were built here to carry lumber, salt marsh hay, oysters, bricks, pipe staves and coal on the shallow rivers where big ships could not go. Through a series of hands-on activities, students get a glimpse of the past 300 years on the working waterfront and explore issues like water quality, habitat protection, stewardship, navigation. It is our belief that the Company is well-positioned to collaborate with partners to generate publicity, awareness, and action relating to the health of the Piscataqua Maritime Region and the Great Bay Estuary. Looking ahead, the Company aims to be a leader in efforts to inspire stewardship of the Piscataqua Region’s environmental and maritime legacies. Our strategic alliances with a number of organizations within the Piscataqua Watershed serve to protect its “sense of place.”
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Inboard Engine
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.