Sail aboard a small traditional tall ship from Newport Beach in Southern California to the remote island paradise of Catalina. Experience the adventure of charting a course based on the wind and tide to cross the San Pedro Channel. Enjoy the sea spray or take cover in the pilot house and enjoy the ocean views, where you'll see sea birds, sea lions, and possibly dolphins. Once at Catalina, we will moor the boat in a harbor outside the tiny town of Two Harbors, where we will be able to kick back and enjoy the serenity of the remote island destination. We will spend some time relaxing on the island and have the opportunity to swim, snorkel, and kayak in the clear cerulean waters. Two nights will be spent in our on-board sleeping accommodations. For a boat her size, Mayflower's sleeping spaces are quite generous, though short on headroom. The two queen-sized bunks in the aft cabin and two single bunks in the forward cabin sleep a total of 6 passengers. Six meals are included, and one will be free-for-all (there are food options on the island).
Sailing is my passion, my life and my career! I caught the sailing bug at the age of eleven and have been at it ever since! I grew up in the Sea Scouts program, raced for my High School's Sailing Team all four years of school, and taught sailing (even directed the sailing program) at Newport Sea Base for ten years before completing my Captain's License and starting my own sailing excursion business. I love being on the water and sharing that experience with others!
2 早餐, 2 晚餐, 2 午餐, 點心
安全設備, 運動設備, 戶外裝備
Two Harbors, Catalina is located 35 miles off the coast from Newport Beach, where we'll meet and board the boat. The crossing by sailboat will generally take 6-9 hours. Newport is a 1 to 2 hour drive from the city of Los Angeles.
參加者須年滿5歲。 Take Dramamine or similar before arriving at the boat and bring some for the sail back, even if you don't normally get seasick. The crossing to Catalina is often mild, but is long and can sometimes get lumpy without notice. To participate in…
Guests should be confidant moving up and down a short boarding ladder. The day-long voyage and possible lumpiness of the water makes seasickness a possibility--even for those who don't usually get seasick. Take seasickness medication at least 1 hour before sailing to ensure the best experience.
Sailing Adventure to Catalina Island