Sailing excursions require only three things to be successful: a strong wind, excellent navigational skills, and the ability to tell when a pelican is lying about directions. Chart the right course with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $119 for a two-hour sailing trip for two, valid Monday–Friday (a $250 value)
- $119 for a two-hour sailing trip for two, valid Saturday and Sunday (a $270 value)
- $329 for a two-hour sailing trip for up to six, valid Monday–Friday (a $650 value)
- $329 for a two-hour sailing trip for up to six, valid Saturday and Sunday (a $760 value)
Captain Steve Hocking and his crew hit the waves aboard the Ohana, a 45-foot Beneteau stocked with precision navigational equipment and gourmet noshes and drinks. Passengers can opt for a romantic date at sunset, revelry under the moon, or a relaxing picnic in the sun.
With the blood of the Stevens family—an American sailing dynasty that included America Cup pioneer John C. Stevens—coursing through his veins, captain Steve Hocking was destined for greatness aboard the open sea. As the owner of Ohana Sailing, he's armed with a US Coast Guard license and racing chops that earned him an invitation to the prestigious Rolex Invitational Big Boat series. Steve indulges a passion for sailing that began when he bought his first boat in Canada and steered it straight to San Francisco. At the helm of his 45-foot Beneteau, the Ohana, Steve pilots moonlit or daytime cruises during which passengers can lounge between the wood panels of a luxurious master stateroom and two guest rooms.
Steve also holds three-month racing courses aboard the Ohana, enabling hands-on learning by including participation in three or four races each month. At individual sailing lessons, pupils board the Roadrunner, a 23-foot Ranger boat, and master techniques for navigating the diminutive vessel through open waters and between the sentient statues that guard them.