$115 for a Sailing Lesson from Come Sail Away Now ($225 Value)


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In a Nutshell

  • Traditional sailing lesson
  • Licensed captain
  • Historic 31-foot Friendship sloop boat

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Promotional value expires Oct 11, 2010. Amount paid never expires. Reservation required. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

For $115, today's side deal gets you a sailing lesson from Come Sail Away Now (a $225 value). Come Sail Away Now whisks guests away for trips around Boston Harbor on the Tupelo Honey, a 31-foot Friendship sloop boat. This Groupon expires on October 11, 2010.

During a traditional sailing lesson at Come Sail Away Now, students will learn the fundamentals of sailing, with tried-and-true tips and techniques that date back to the 1800s. Fine-tune the cut of your jib while learning the origin of the phrase, "the cut of one's jib," or tread into the terrains of trims and topsails while avoiding gaff gaffes. Lessons are provided in small groups, allowing for one-on-one feedback on all things wind taming and wave winning. All voyages are helmed by Captain Don, a licensed mariner with experience on various vessels. Stretch your sea legs in time for the annual family regatta with a sailing lesson from Come Sail Away Now.


Three Yelpers give Come Sail Away Now five perfect stars:

  • I had one of the best days of my summer last season with the folks at Come Sail Away Now. – Aaron T.
  • The captain and his sailing partner were really friendly and put us at ease. – Stephanie J.
  • We had an absolutely fantastic time! – Megan A.

Boston Harbor Shuttle

Licensed captains guide passengers through the city's wide harbor fairways and more intimate waterways on a range of tours, cruises, and charters. On the pub cruise, passengers can stop at two or three different restaurants along the way, and when disembarking they may stop at waterside eateries such as Legal Seafood and Aragostas to sip, dine, and heed Paul Revere's legendary warning about eating too many burgers. Passengers can also stop at waterfront museums, such as the newly re-opened Boston Tea Party Ships, ICA, or the perennial favorite, The New England Aquarium. While most cruises beckon customers to board the Precious Time, captains also conduct mini cruises aboard unique vessels.

Customer Reviews

Gorgeous ship, the crew was awesome!
Katie S. · August 24, 2013
Greay for kids under 10! The kids had a good time.
Hollie F. · August 12, 2013
Capt John was great with the kids
Debbie L. · July 14, 2013
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