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A COMPLETE CHARTER GUIDE
Spend several days sampling a number of the Apostle Islands, anchoring overnight at two different islands. Guests are really able to explore the beauty, beaches, crystal clear water and mammoth rock formations this exotic location has to offer.
What is included....
3 Days and 3 nights accommodations
Includes up to 4 guests
Professional Captain and Guide
All boat amenities and features
What is not included...
Provisions - Food and beverages
Taxes and National Park fees are extra
Transportation to and from marina location
Honestly, that's it!
Select a start date to start your booking...
We want to be upfront so you are comfortable when booking with us. Our prices include the boat and all of it's amenities for your charter time-frame, our professional captain as your guide for the duration of your trip, and all the little necessities needed for your adventure.
Consumables (food and beverages) are not included and are the responsibility of our guests. Don't worry though, we will help you plan all of this out. Information on this and more are provided once your booking is complete, including a video call with Captain Beau to help plan and prepare. Easy booking, easy planning!
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Marina address and slip information:Marina Address: Port Superior Marina 34480 Port Superior Rd, Bayfield, WI 54814 Boat Slip: Pier 4, Slip 174B
Charter arrival and rentun times:Guests Arrival: 5 pm Guests Return: 3 pm Departure and return times can be adjusted. Please communicate these requests prior to your charter start date, to make accommodations.
Could I get sea sickness?Yes, it could happen, but let's take some of the worry out it for you. If you are prone to sea sickness, or you are unsure if you are, we recommend starting a Dramamine regimen the night before your charter start date. This will ensure you do not get sick while aboard, and you can always stop taking it if you feel comfortable during your trip.
What should I pack?We try and provide as much as we can on the boat, so you don't need to bring so much with you. Basically guests are responsible for persona items, and food and beverages. We provide linens, ice, coolers, bathroom supplies, and kitchen supplies. The boat and all of it's utilities are for you to use and enjoy while on charter. We even have extra sunscreen, Dramamine, and lots of games!
Are guests responsible for provisions?All guests are responsible for their own food and beverages while aboard. We provide coolers and ice for beverages. The boat has a full kitchen. Think of a camper kitchen when planning. The captain will provide his own food, but feel free to include him in your planning if you would like, but it's not required. Side Note: There are a couple restaurants within walking distance from the water, if you would like to take a break from some cooking. Also, Captain Beau is gluten free, so don't feel bad if he doesn't join you for a meal.
What do you mean be adventure ready?Granted we have a lot of comforts you will find at home, aboard, this is still an adventure vacation. You are experiencing what it is like to live aboard a sailboat and visit this national park like people have for hundreds of years. There is no AC, you will get bug bites, it might rain, a boat part might brake, you might even get poison ivy. These are some of the risks to this adventure, but the reward is so worth it!
What about linens?We have fresh linens for bedding and dishes, plus extra hand towels and towels for bathing. It's recommended that guests bring their own beach towels, as we would like to keep all linens aboard the vessel. We also do not have wash cloths for bathing. This should be considered a personal belonging and is the guests responsibility. There are new, clean pillows, but feel free to bring your own.
What is the music situation?For all your playlist needs, we have a bluetooth enabled sound system onboard. Make sure to download your favorite playlists and you'll be able to jam out to your favorite music while we sail along. Captain Beau enjoys boat music, so you can always ask him to play his favorite jams, but be ready for some Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefers!
What should I use to pack?This is a sailing adventure similar to camping in a camper. Space is limited. Please don't pack hard sided luggage, it won't fit! A duffel bag is perfect and more than enough packing space for what you will need. They are easy to stow away, move around without damaging the boat, and easier to handle in small spaces. Honestly, people bring suitcases that wouldn't fit through the door!
What is the bathroom situation?The bathroom, or head as they are referred to on a boat, is like you would find in a camper. The head consists of a electric flush toilet, hand sink, mirrors and plenty of counter space. This room also doubles as a shower, if privacy is needed. Most guests enjoy the deck shower, for ease of use and the wonderful feeling of showering in nature. Remember, this is supposed to be a "roughing it "adventure.
What is the life jacket situation?We carry coast guard approved life jackets. They are very good at keeping you afloat and saving lives, but not very comfortable to wear. If you feel as though you will want to wear a life jacket, we suggest bringing your own. All children under 12 are required to wear a life jacket while underway. For the safety of your children, we ask that you bring your child's own life jacket.
What is the kitchen situation?Think of a small camper when you think of the kitchen amenities available to you. There is a 3 burner stove and small oven. Double sink, small fridge, outdoor propane grill and plenty of counter space. We have full dish settings for at least 6 people, plus all the pots, pans, bowls, utensils, knives, silverware, glasses, coffee makers, and normal spices you would need. We fall short of having a microwave and a blender. This is supposed to be roughing it! Everything is available for your use.
Where is a good place locally to buy groceries?Hansen's IGA - Washburn, Wisconsin A great local grocery store for ALL of your provisioning needs; including beer, wine & spirits.
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