Sailor Guide

We've all been on a boat for the first time. So don't worry if you don't know what is appropriate or you don't have the right stuff to bring. Here are some tips on what you should bring and we'll tell you items you should definitely not bring aboard your next sail. Here are some tips on what you should bring and we'll tell you items you should definitely not bring aboard your next sail. 

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What Not To Bring

 

  • First and foremost, pack lightly

  • Suitcases, use a soft collapsible duffle bag

  • You don't need to bring linens, we'll provide

  • Cooking or utensils

  • Excessive quantity of beverages or food

  • Coolers, we have a fridge and freezer

  • First aide kits, we have this onboard

  • Ladies, try to avoid these accessories for your boat trip:

    • High heels

    • Expensive jewelry at home

    • Fake nails, they break easily

    • Fake eye lashes, they fly away easily

    • Excessive make-up

 

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What to Bring

 

  • Cover-ups and Shirts

  • Flip flops, preferably ones that don't have black soles

  • Hat and sunscreen for protection from the sun

  • Sunglasses, a tie is suggested so you don't lose it

  • Bathing suit and towel

  • Long sleeve shirt or light weight sweater

 

Please ask us about overnight trips, while you may choose to bring more items, storage space on all boats is limited, so check with us and we'll tell you what we already have onboard i.e. linens, cooking utensils, coolers, etc.

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What You May Want to Bring

 

  • Sun burn medications (Aloe Vera)

  • Insect repellant

  • Books/magazines 

  • IPOD/MP3 for music

  • Camera (waterproof is best)

  • Goggles and/or mask and snorkel

  • Small personal flashlight

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