32ft Wooden Gaff Sloop Boat Rental in Rockland, Maine
Enjoy Rockland, Maine onboard 32ft Wooden Gaff Sloop Boat for up to 6 people. Rent for as low as $200 per hour (minimum 1 hour). Rates: ● 1 hour - $200 ● 2 hours - $275 ● 3 hours - $375 ● 4 hours - $475 ● 5 hours - $575 ● 6 hours - $675 ● 7 hours - $750 ● 8 hours - $825 ● Additional extra hour $75 Lobsterbakes (8 hours) ● 1 person - $875 ● 2 person - $950 ● 3 person - $1,025 ● 4 person - $1,100 What You Can Expect: We offers a unique opportunity to experience Maine. Get on the water aboard a classic wooden sailboat. On a short sail, see schooners and fishing boats, workboats and yachts along Rockland's active working waterfront and nearby shore, with lighthouses, panoramic bay vistas, mansions and deserted islands with seals and seabirds. Sail with an accomplished friendly Captain who knows the waters and has sailed across oceans under sail, large and small. With a keen eye for sharing the joys of the experience, as well as history, geology, biology, art and other facets, all while prioritizing safety and comfort, we can promise an experience without match. Features: Step into your own adventure aboard Bufflehead a 32’ wooden gaff sloop with two cylinder 13 hp Volvo-Penta Diesel engine. The boat is a strong, safe, swift, and seaworthy. (32' LOD 10'6" Beam 5'3" Draft) Her comfortable cockpit is complimented by wide side decks and a small cabin which features a very cozy, comfortable interior, including a separate head (toilet) as well as a small wood cook stove in her galley (kitchen). With her club foot jib, and high peaked mainsail, she is as easy a boat to sail as could be asked, predictable and sweet, she turns heads and steals hearts where ever she goes.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
Captain Daniel began sailing, building boats and juggling at 11 years old. At 16, he set to a life at sea, sailing square riggers and schooners in the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, eventually spending six years sailing singlehanded between Maine, the Caribbean and Ireland in a small engineless boat. He has logged 100,000 nm at sea, and knows Penobscot Bay to be one of the finest sailing grounds in the world. Eager to share tales and history of this region as well as the natural wonders and delightful experience.
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Inboard Engine
- Twin Engine
- Fuel type: Diesel
- Furling Mainsail
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.