Enjoy a tour on one of Baltimore’s best attractions. See all the famous Baltimore landmarks from the Inner Harbor, including the National Aquarium, the U.S.S. Constellation, Fort McHenry, the Domino Sugar Plant, and all the marinas of Baltimore’s world-famous harbor. It’s time for some fun in the sun, so come sailing with us!
Feel the wind in your face and the waves under your feet. Nothing connects you to the wind and the water like a sailboat. Take a trip on Baltimore’s most authentic boat ride! Cruise with us from the Inner Harbor all the way out to Fort McHenry for a beautiful and relaxing experience. This is one of the most unique attractions in Baltimore. It’s a great thing to do on a Summer afternoon and also makes a great date night!
The boat is a steel-hulled, junk-rigged ocean cruising schooner designed by noted naval architect Thomas E. Colvin. After many years based in Philadelphia, she now sails from her new home in the Inner Harbor of Baltimore, in addition to private charters to the Chesapeake Bay. Her design is based on Colvin’s Gazelle, his personal boat.
Member since October 2015
Cap’n Tom is an accountant and attorney in his “other life” and a lifelong sailor who also crews aboard the Tall Ship Kalmar Nyckel of Delaware. He’s a Coast Guard licensed Captain who grew up in Maine, sailing from Bar Harbor and Camden in the too brief summers. As “Skipper," he’s responsible for all the ships systems and keeps everything ship-shape. He’s also a Red Cross certified First Responder, so he keeps the people ship-shape, too.
Usually this boat operates around Baltimore, MD.
Home to the US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD is one of the best places to jump on board your own sailboat charter and feel the ocean spray! Sailo offers a great selection of monohull, motorboats and catamarans.
Anchored deep in the Chesapeake Bay, Annapolis is the perfect place to jump aboard a sailboat and spend some time on the water. Although this isn’t the open sea, there is lots of opportunity to let the wind fill the sails and experience the thrill of sailing.