This is what we call “dinghy slinging.” Sometimes we turn our charter boat cape cod swimming parties upside down. Book a trip with us and let’s have fun.
We have fun. Our boat charters are completely personal, rather photogenic, definitely spacious and quite comfortable. Lounge in the sun or shade. Take a speed boat tour of the harbor, have a swim and float party and hold on for a “dinghy sling!” Be sure to cinch up your shorts first!
Here are a few good reasons why dinner on our catamaran will create long-lasting memories:
It’s completely personal.
First of all, this is a private dinner cruise Provincetown sunset sail for up to 6 people. Whew, that’s a mouthful! Let us explain.
On your private dinner cruise, you won’t have to share the boat with strangers. Also, you won’t need to share the attention of the crew looking after you. So, your group experience will be entirely personal, as you enjoy the catamaran for three memorable hours on board.
It’s rather photogenic.
You will delight in the ever-changing views of Provincetown as we cruise the harbor. Your group will have the chance to enjoy the unique perspective of the city from the sea onto shore, instead the other way around. And your dinner cruise photos will benefit from the beautiful Provincetown backdrop, with it’s familiar landmarks. Just ask us, and we will take a group photo that you can enjoy forever.
It’s definitively spacious.
More importantly, we easily provide a high comfort level aboard a boat designed and built for the week-long charters in the Caribbean, Key West, and now in Cape Cod. Once you experience sailing aboard our catamaran, it will be hard to forget lounging on wide decks and relaxing into the gentle ride.
It’s quite comfortable.
The ‘al fresco’ dining area in the cockpit is shaded by a hard rooftop and a side shade as needed. The seats are cushioned on the bottom and back. To stabilize things, the catamaran will be safely anchored in a calm and quiet area of the bay before dinner is served. Your table will be set for you and your guests alone to enjoy, as the owners serve you. Be prepared to share with your friends back home, how pleasant our private dinner cruise Provincetown was for you.
Dinner is a surprise.
The dinner spread on each cruise is unique. Our selections vary based on the availability fresh, seasonal ingredients and always take dietary restrictions into consideration. Nobody will know what is being created beforehand, but you might get a clue from the chef when boarding! Enjoy being surprised and delighted.
The quality of the specially prepared tapas-style meal we provide rivals many restaurants. All recipes are made from scratch, and conjured up from a mix of past successes and inspired by research.
The food selections have been developed through years of experience chartering in Key West and Belize. We enjoy what we do, and it shows through the depth and complexity of the flavors of the dishes we create.
It’s just perfect.
After dinner we will set sail in the protected waters of Provincetown Harbor amid the stunning, classic schooners and tall ships that frequently sail at sunset. Your pictures of the town, monument and other boats after sunset will amaze your friends.
WHAT TO BRING
○ Bring your own alcohol, beer or wine if you wish. We will keep it cold and serve you.
○ A hat and glasses are highly recommended and a light jacket may be necessary if it’s breezy.
○ Please be prepared to take off your shoes and walk barefoot on the boat. You can wear non-marking (white) soled shoes onboard with the Captain’s approval.
READY TO BOOK YOUR PRIVATE DINNER CRUISE?
Dinner Cruise Nantucket Sunset Sail
A private 3 hour dinner cruise and sunset sail in Provincetown harbor with a 3-course dinner served for up to 6 people on a luxury sailing catamaran.
Join us aboard Makara for your dinner cruise Provincetown!
Private Luxury Sailing Charter | 47ft Catamaran in Key West
Our Key West private catamaran charters are available from November through June. Join us for a day trip or choose a multi-day liveaboard charter. You can pick from as little as 3 hrs to 6 days with us!
Our luxury catamaran sleeps UP TO 6 PEOPLE in three queen-sized ensuite staterooms with central heat and air conditioning and push button odorless toilets!
Dive, snorkel, fish, and paddle. All of the equipment you need is provided in new condition. We have three double kayaks, two stand up paddleboards, all sizes of snorkel masks and fins, noodles and snorkel vests, six person inflatable island lounge, six fishing poles and full tackle box, eight scuba tanks with compressor, 12ft inflatable dinghy with bimini top, outside shower and towels and two long life coolers to make your vacation a blast. See pictures of the boat and equipment.
Our pricing is all-inclusive and we have been owner-operated since 2015.
Create a custom-made charter by picking your favorite activities, choosing how many nights you would like to charter the boat and add a night or two on the dock to enjoy Key West shopping and nightlife if you wish.
Fill out a contact form and we will be happy to answer your questions and explain how we can create a lasting memory of sailing key west in luxury. Food allergies are not a problem for us, we can custom make a menu that will suprise and delight you.
The longer you book your Key West private catamaran charter with us, the more activities we can offer you. Sometimes, it takes us 3 hours to reach a destination, others are about an hour away. Did you know it takes 12 hours of sailing to reach the Dry Tortugas? If you read the description of our products, they will make it clear how many and what types of activities we can include with your charter.
Use the link to our home page above to check prices.
We are excited to offer CAPE COD private sailing charters THIS SUMMER! You can now charter us in two locations, Cape Cod this summer and Key West during the winter and spring. We will all have twice as much fun each year, because the activities we are offering are different. Who wouldn’t want to go searching for whales and digging for clams?
The website has been updated to include descriptions of all the cool activities we can do together during our 3 different day sail trips, 8 liveaboard charters and the sleep aboard option based in Provincetown, MA. We even have a charter option called the “Martha’s Vineyard Rendezvous.”
You now have friends who live in Provincetown from June through September. Come visit us, we’ll have a blast.
Having already sailed across the Atlantic, all the way down the wild coast of Western Ireland, and across the English Channel, we were in search of some time day sailing. But that wasn’t always easy. A lot of the Atlantic coast of Portugal is famous for it’s surfing, which means there aren’t always as many safe harbours for sailors. Nevertheless, we found some amazing spots.
After a whole day of wonderful sailing and calm seas, things started to pick up during the hour before we arrived at the rather narrow entrance to São Martinho do Porto.
With the sun setting behind us, we squeezed in through the headlands, surfing slightly on the back of 6 foot roller. Safely inside, we anchored up with the local boats and relaxed for the night.
From here it was another day sail to the Islas Berlengas. Situated 10km west of the fishing town of Peniche, the stunning and secluded Berlengas Islands are home to the Arquipélago das Berlengas nature reserve.
The Berlengas Islands form part of a dramatic natural landscape, and contain Portugal’s most scenic fort, while the crystal-clear waters are teeming with sea life.
The islands were an amazing stopover, if somewhat tricky anchoring.
Just a day sail south of Porto was the surprising town of Aveiro. So small we almost missed it, and that would have been a great shame. Beyond the coast lies a maze of canals and lagoons, alongside an industrial port. But if you persist inland, you reach a colourful town where the Portuguese version of gondolas, moliceiros, would have traditionally carried the local harvests of salt and seaweed, but now carry visitor along the canals to explore the city.
We found the perfect place for lunch with the local speciality of roasted piglet. Yum!! The set lunch menu came with a mini jug of wine… not too shabby!
In spite of the crazy, dense fog in the marina, Marta and her family were still happy to go out for their day sail to Porto.
We could barely see the banks of the river as we entered past the breakwaters, passing lots of small fishing boats.
The first of Porto’s famous six bridges was barely visible overhead at 230 feet above us.
But as we moved further up river, thankfully the clouds began to disperse.
I don’t think the kids had seen the city from the water before.
What a spectacular afternoon on our first charter in Portugal!
We were very sad to leave Galicia and all the wonderful food and wine, but it was time to start moving south again. Vana de Castelo, just across the border into Portugal, was a wonderful first stop with it’s flower-filled streets, leafy boulevards and imposing hilltop church.
Amazing views of the Rio Lima estuary
Not a bad place to catch the sunset
The Templo do Sagrado Coração de Jesus
So many flowers adorning the buildings of the old town
The uber-modern swing bridge / boardwalk closing off the marina from the river
As soon as we emerged from the river’s mouth Makara was engulfed in crazy thick fog. I ventured up front to keep watch, while Tadd set the obnoxious, but oh-so-important fog horn on automatic. This is how we spent the whole day!
The fog was so thick that the moisture condensed on my eyelashes and made it seem like I was crying…. all the way to Porto!
The name “Death Coast” certainly isn’t exactly welcoming, and the conditions were challenging on occasion.
Although we never got a definitive answer as to the origin or true meaning of the name, we decided it was best to remain several miles offshore as we sailed to the next anchorage.
We finally made around the last headland, Fisterra, and into our chosen anchorage in Sardiñeiro de Abaixo. But while we were relaxing with a cocktail, we spotted a huge plume of smoke… followed by wonderful flying circus of firefighting planes as they killed the fire. We were glad to watch from a safe distance.
Galicia was just filled with little bays for us to explore. Sometimes near a village that we could explore, sometimes pleasantly remote.
We hardly ever saw boat traffic here.
While anchored near Baiona we enjoyed our dinghy ride with a view of the Castelo de Monterreal.
The view from the castle was impressive.
Due to the rocky and windward shoreline, it would have been very difficult for any invading forces to make landfall here, even without guns pointing at them.
Here’s a view to the south, towards Portugal.
The lichen and moss add a characteristicly ancient texture to the stones.
The ramparts went on and on. This was a seriously big undertaking to build, so long ago.
A view of the marina and modern buildings in the distance stand in contrast to the old castle.
We had a wonderful time sailing down the coastline and walking around Baiona with our very private guests.