Sailing in NYC, Montauk, Newport, RI, Oyster Bay, and Annapolis, MD
If you are planning for a summer to remember in New York or New England, then spending time on the water is an absolute must. Whether you want to just relax, celebrate a special occasion or look for the big catch, we are here to make sure that you’ll have a memorable nautical experience on your boat rental!
Go sailing in NYC and dine onboard while taking in the breathtaking view of the Manhattan sunset. Your sailboat from NYC is also the best way to experience the Oyster bay. Choose a yacht charter in the Hamptons and take your friends or family for a day of fun on the water in Montauk. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy a couple of days on your Sailo boat on an Annapolis sailing trip, or rent a boat and discover the “Ocean State” on a Newport, RI sailing cruise.
No matter which boating destination you will choose in New York, Connecticut, Maryland or Massachusetts, you’re guaranteed to have the time of your life on one of our beautiful sailboats, motorboats, or fishing charters. Read more about the things you can do on your boat rental in New York City, Hamptons, Newport or Cape Cod!
The first stop is peaceful Cuttyhunk Island. Walk the beaches and stop to eat at a raw bar with freshly farmed, locally sourced oysters. Finish it off at the island's only ice cream shop, and return to the beach to watch the sunset.
Martha's Vineyard is one of the most popular and picturesque locations in New England. Choose to go to the beach or to the town, where you will find ample boutique shopping and restaurants. Some of the main attractions are the island's expansive arboretum and the oldest carousel in the country.
Provincetown is famous for being the original landing spot of the Pilgrims back in 1620. It is now famous for the best beaches in Cape Cod. Go into town to browse the boutiques and art galleries, and enjoy some fine dining for dinner.
Hadley's Harbor is one of the most protected and serene harbors in New England. Enjoy the change of pace from bustling Provincetown by strolling the beach on nearby Bull Island or relaxing onboard your boat.