Charter The Sabre 38mkII Cruising Monohull in Rock Hall, Maryland
Come and join us for an incredible adventure in Rock Hall, Maryland aboard the Sabre 38mkII Cruising Monohull for up to 6 person. Rate starts at $117 per hour and a minimum booking of 3 hours. Rates: • 3 hours Private Sail: $350 for 6 person • 3 hours: $75 per couple • Additional person: $50 per person • Full day Charter: $800 • Team Building: $1,000 per day Sip, Stay, Sail • Sip, Stay, Sail for Two: $567 • Sip, Stay, Sail for Four: $859 • Sip, Stay, Sail for Six: $1,105 Orioles Games • Single Day: $1,000 • Overnight: $1,800 What You Can Expect: Sip, Stay, Sail Package Enjoy a tour of the winery and wine tasting, pick a bottle of wine (one per couple) to keep. Judy will pack a picnic style dinner for you to bring on your sail, don't forget your bottle of wine. A 25 minute drive will bring you to Swan Creek on Maryland's eastern shore where your will be treated to a three hour private sunset sail for two. Return to Crow Farms for a night in the country and breakfast in the morning. Standard Sailboat Charters All sailboat charters are for a maximum of 6 guests and include non alcoholic beverages and snacks unless otherwise noted. You may bring your own food and drink. Anyone who decides to take anti-motion sickness medication should do so per the instructions, this usually requires taking several hours before coming aboard. During the warmer months of summer you may wish to take a dip or just get wet while sitting on the rail, so be prepared. Sunscreen, sunglasses, and hats will make your experience more enjoyable. You are welcome to bring music via CD or IPOD. While this is not a contact sport, you should understand that the boat will heel under sail and pitch and roll from wave action. My 73 year old mother regularly sails with us so it shouldn't be a problem but if you have a condition that does not allow you to do stairs this is probably not for you. I am willing to make every effort for anyone with physical challenges but special requirements need to be discussed prior to booking. 3 Hour Sails Charters can be scheduled morning, mid-day, and sunset (times vary with seasons). Two person minimum. A couple of notes regarding individual bookings, this means there may be additional guests on board. I will sail the boat so everyone remains comfortable and has a good time. So if someone is a little uncomfortable heeling or maybe physically unable to take the motion, I will tone it down. If you want to sail the boat to her potential and “put the rail in the water”…book the boat. If you have any issues, such as seasickness, and don't want to inconvenience anyone else....book the boat. If you want to drive the boat for 3 hours, take specific photography or control the music....book the boat. I will work with you, give me a heads up. Also, don’t be late. If anyone has a time constraint that would not allow us to stay out for the full 3 hours, we will leave without you or we will return on time resulting in a shortened charter. Full Day Charters Full day charters will begin at 9am and return to the dock at 5pm. You can decide the itinerary, we can sail all day or choose to anchor at one of the many beaches were you can swim and explore. Mini cruise - Choose a destination such a Baltimore, Annapolis, Havre de Grace, St. Mikes, etc. and we plan the trip around sailing there and spending a couple of hours in port and then returning all in the same day. Or I may be able to stage the boat there and then we can leave and return to your port of choice. Fee negotiated based on itinerary. Team Building Bring your office team out for a day on the water, 9a-5p. Learn basic sail racing strategies and compete in a mock race against the clock or another boat. Teams can crew in groups up to six per boat. Learn crew positions, tacking, jibing, spinnaker sets and take downs on a windward/leward course. Food and drink available, additional chargers if you want the boat(s) staged in another port such as Annapolis, Baltimore, Saint Michael's, ect... Orioles Games Well, the O's had a great year but just couldn't complete the run. Day games can be done in one day, it's a long day starting at 8am and finishing up with a sunset sail home after the game. All games can be done with an overnight staying in the harbor at a marina, typically in the Harbor East area which is walking distance to the stadium, Little Italy, Fells Point, and of course, the Inner Harbor attractions. If you do not wish to stay on board the boat there are several hotels in close proximity that you can book. What To Expect Onboard: The Sabre 38mkII was design by Roger Hewson and built by Sabre Yachts in South Casco, Maine. "Voila" is a blue water capable performance oriented cruiser. The cockpit can comfortably seat six adults and accommodations below deck will sleep seven with three doubles and one single berth. Sails are 2008 and include a 8.1 oz fully battened main with 3 reef points, 8.1 oz 135% roller furling genoa, and an 1.5 oz asymmetrical spinnaker. Sail trim controls include: main sheet, main traveler, rigid boom vang, downhaul, outhaul, hydraulic back stay adjuster, tow-able genoa lead blocks. All lines are lead aft to the cockpit. A Forespar line control whisker pole is mounted on the mast and can be used to pole out either the genoa or asymmetrical spinnaker on a down wind run. Auxiliary propulsion is provided by a Westerbeke 38B four coupled with a 3-blade 16 inch Maxprop propeller. The 45 gallon fuel capacity will provide for a 240 nautical mile range with 10% reserve. Specification • Length Overall: 38' 8" • Length Waterline: 31' 5" • Beam: 12' 4" • Displacement: 17,700 lbs. • Draft: 4' 11" • Sail Area: 689 sq-ft • Mast Height: 55' 6" • Engine Hp: 37 • Fuel Tank: 45 gal • Water Tank: 106 gal • Holding Tank: 30 gal • Hull Speed: 7.5 knots If you have any questions, we can answer those through GetMyBoat’s messaging platform before you pay. Just hit, “Request to Book” and send us an inquiry for a custom offer.
- Captain is included.
- A captain is provided by the listing owner to host and operate the trip.
- 6 guests
- Cruising Monohull
I am Captain Joe Musike, I have been sailing all of my life. My father built his first boat, a little skiff with an outboard motor. He eventually became interested in sailing and purchased a GP14. He and friends would sail much of the upper Chesapeake Bay in that little boat. One of the infamous stories is negotiating to pay only half the ramp launching fee at Sandy Point State Park and heading north to Elkneck State Park. Quite an ambitious undertaking for three guys in a 14 foot sailboat. By the time I came along our family had a Meridian 25 docked in Havre de Grace, MD. By the time I turned seven my parents had upgraded to a Sabre 28 named "Poinciana" after the song, and I would sail on that boat for the next 22 years before losing my dad to cancer. Over those years I got to share time on the water with him in various boats of my own. The first boat I purchased after college was a hobie cat 16. She had been neglected and together we got her back on the water, what a fun fantastic boat! Soon I moved up to my first "real" boat. A Precision 23. My wife and I would keep "Sea Tiger" for 3 years on the upper Chesapeake Bay. We had the itch and needed to move up. But for now, we were semi-sailboatless, I could always use the "Poinciana".
Features & Details
- Life jackets/required safety gear
- Galley Stove & Oven
- Air Conditioning
- Watersports Equipment
- Wheel steering
- CD Player
- Chart Plotter
- Furling Headsail
- Furling Mainsail
You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.
Full refund up to 5 days prior.