1. Charter 32' Modern Hunter Sailboat In Gloucester, Point Virginia
  2. Charter 32' Modern Hunter Sailboat In Gloucester, Point Virginia
  3. Charter 32' Modern Hunter Sailboat In Gloucester, Point Virginia

Charter 32' Modern Hunter Sailboat In Gloucester, Point Virginia

4 reviews
7 bookings

Enjoy the breathtaking views of Gloucester Point, Virginia by boat! Charter this 32 feet Sweetwater Tuscany Pontoon for up to 12 people. Rate as low as $125 per hour (minimum of 3 hours). Rates include A cooler with bottled water and ice is on board for your drinks, along with the full amenities of an appointed interior salon. Rate: • 3 hours Semi-private (Couples): $150 • 3 hours Family (6 people): $250 • 3 hours Groups (6 people): $350 • Full day: $700 What You Can Expect: Our most popular sailboat charter lets you exhale and relax as you feel the wind in your hair. Grab the wheel to become a member of the crew. Or sit back and enjoy the tranquility of nature’s silence, where the only sound is lapping waves. Take in the thrill of moving with the wind without a care in the world. Take a sailing vacation, navigating the York River across 200 years of history that links Yorktown with us and beyond to the Chesapeake Bay. This cruise is a unique vacation adventure for all and a must do when visiting us, Yorktown or the Greater Hampton Roads area. What To Expect Onboard: Our 32-foot modern Hunter complete with in-mast furling and oversized sails for maximum speed. Sophisticated controls reduce the size of the sails to minimize learning and ensure everyone’s comfort. A giant colorful spinnaker is raised for light downwind running. Yanmar 18 horsepower diesel powers the boat in creeks. With our many charter sailing options, we have the right tour whether you're visiting our area from out of town and in search of a unique vacation adventure, an employer wanting the perfect corporate retreat or a local looking for a fun family chartered sailboat trip. 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

Owner:Capt. Bill

Recovering journalist runs a 32-foot charter sailboat on the York River, off Yorktown. Cruises run three hours and depart at 11 am and 2:30 pm daily. Guests get to run the helm, hang out on the bow, and otherwise enjoy a unique experience.


4 reviews

5.0 out of 5!

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  • Departure & Return

  • Vessel & Equipment

  • Communication

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  • Itinerary & Experience

  1. CA

    Bill captains a great sail, highly recommended!

  2. RS

    Bill made the trip so enjoyable! He's knowledgeable, professional and got everyone involved in the experience. He was great with our 7 year old son. I highly recommend him.

  3. LN

    Mom, Dad, & three GROWN children went out on a wonderful outing with Captain Bill. He was a gracious host & his beautiful sailboat was spectacular! Enjoyed the experience immensely & seriously considering sailing lessons next spring. His boat was not only in immaculate condition but very comfortable for all five adults (plus the amiable captain). We were thrilled to see dolphins and hear about the area's history. We sailed 14.9 memorable miles. I gave a 5 star rating because the ratings don't go to 10. Honestly, how does one rate a great memory that lasts a lifetime? We weren't sure if the weather was going to be a wash out for a few days out, but Captain Bill kept in contact via email with weather updates and was extremely accommodating to what would work best for us. The weather wasn't what one would call picture perfect but I thought it was awesome having so much of the water to ourselves. We only saw one other sailboat. This was an exhilarating experience with a knowledgeable captain and I can't recommend him enough!

  4. JM

    I had my four children with me ages 5 to 12 the captain was very kind and understanding to them teaching them new things my son it was comfortable taking the helm and the captain enjoy teaching him the other kids not so much but that was okay however not to be prejudiced because they are my children but they are exceptionally good kids my youngest commented that she was upset she would not be seeing Captain bill the next day and on how much she liked him. we will be back to sail in August we learned about the wind the ocean and how to read it wheeler and practical knowledge and history of the area The boat was beautiful the captain was awesome it was a great day my kids will remember forever I am not one to give A+ review without truly meaning it

Features & Details

  • Life jackets/required safety gear
  • Galley Stove & Oven
  • Watersports Equipment
  • Wheel steering
  • Inboard Engine
  • Autopilot
  • CD Player
  • Chart Plotter
  • Single Engine
  • Fuel type: Diesel
  • Berth
  • Head
  • Furling Headsail
  • Furling Mainsail

Approximate Location

You’ll get directions for the exact departure location when you make a booking inquiry.

The boat's approximate location on a map

Cancellation Policy

Full refund up to 5 days prior.

Additional Terms & Information

FAQ Is There A Bathroom? Yes, a working head plus hot and cold water. There’s privacy to change into bathing suits. What Should I Wear? Bring a sweater and jacket in the fall. Are Life Jackets Provided? Yes, certified US Coast Guard PFDs are provided. What About Children? Kids 12 and under have to wear life jackets regardless. Can We Take More People? No, six maximum. Coast Guard regulations preclude any more, including children. Can We Bring Beer And Wine? Oh sure. Bottled water is provided too. What If It Rains? We’ll try to reschedule your sailboat charter. Sometimes an afternoon shower interrupts a sail, but only briefly. If the trip is washed out, you won't be charged. What About Thunderstorms? They usually pop up in late afternoon, so an 11 a.m. departure is best. Do You Have Shade From The Sun? Yes, a bimini awning covers the back quarter of the cockpit. What About Getting Seasick? It's highly unlikely, since the waves on an inland river are much gentler than those found on the Chesapeake Bay or Atlantic Ocean. For those in doubt, take Dramamine the night before to get it fully into your system. We also have motion sickness wristbands and ginger gum on board.

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