Sailing Charters for Long-Lasting Memories

Grow closer as a group by taking some friends on a sailing charter, a one-of-a-kind experience that lets everyone appreciate a unique inland ocean up close. For those considering a sailing adventure for the first time, Charters in the San Juan Islands offer something for everybody.

Historic and Beautiful Sights

A sailing charter takes you through these world-famous waters. You’ll sail through narrow bays and the inland Salish Sea around the San Juan Islands. Seeing the landscapes coupled with the beautiful waters when the sun sets is something you’ll never forget.

These tranquil waters and lush landscapes are nature’s hideaway, a home to wildlife, including bald eagles, several species of dolphins, and especially the Orca whale. This is an opportunity to see these majestic creatures up close, and bring home a gallery of videos and pictures. You will learn more about these species with the help of your tour guide as well.

Private Charters

One can appreciate the beauty of the San Juan Islands without having to join the crowds of tourists. Take a couple friends on a private charter, where you have access to the entire boat. These charters offer ample room to comfortably fit in the whole gang.

You get to make the rules as far as the itinerary goes. Sail for an hour, a half day, or a full day if you like. You’ll have access to a professional crew that can cater to your needs. These charters can be ideal venues for birthdays or corporate retreats.

Whether you are new to sailing or have been doing it for years, San Juan Island cruises offer distinct experiences and give you the chance to see unique aquatic life. Plan your trip today, your friends and family will thank you for it.

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