Choose from Four Options
- $89 for a classic day sail with beer and wine for two
- $175 for a classic day sail with beer and wine for four
- $135 for the Key West champagne sunset sail for two
- $269 for the Key West champagne sunset sail for four
On the classic day sail, passengers board the America 2.0, a replica of the first schooner to win the America’s Cup in 1851. Throughout the two-hour excursion, groups will see landmarks including Fort Zachary Taylor and the Sand Key Lighthouse, and perhaps even some dolphins and sea turtles.
America 2.0 also serves as the vessel for the champagne sunset sail, its mahogany-fitted deck an elegant complement to the romantic, two-hour cruise. In addition to champagne, passengers can also help themselves to complimentary cheese, crackers, and shrimp cocktail.
Classic Harbor Line
With four locations along the Eastern seaboard, Classic Harbor Line offers unobstructed views of Boston, Manhattan, Newport, and Key West with its throwback fleet of sailboats and classic yachts. Passengers hop aboard for day trips, private charters, and special events on water set against anything from a glowing sunset to a resplendent city skyline.
Modeled after 1890s schooners, the Boston outpost's 80-foot, 41-passenger flagship, Adirondack III, uses its long, lean shape to easily cut through any waves or schools of fish paparazzi. Meanwhile, the ship's former port of Key West now boasts an even longer vessel: the 105-foot America 2.0, a replica of the original schooner that won the America's Cup in 1851. Each location also tends a fleet of smaller crafts as well, each reservable for enjoyable marine jaunts complete with ample seating, shade, and smiling crew members.