Combine your celebration with an unforgettable sailing adventure. The windjammer an idyllic location for an intimate wedding ceremony at anchor on Chuckanut Bay or a pre-wedding dinner or cocktail party under sail. The ship also frequently hosts celebrations of life and ash spreading services in the San Juan Islands. A classic 1920’s sailing yacht’s 127 feet of deck adorned with varnished mahogany and polished brass is a beautiful setting for any ceremony.
It is a classic windjammer that embodies both the heritage of the Grand Banks fishing schooners and the grandeur of a 1920’s yacht. Her spacious 127 feet of deck is adorned with polished brass and gleaming bright work. The ship’s mainmast towers over twelve stories high and she proudly boasts the largest working mainsail on the west coast. It's rig features four sails in total (jib, staysail, foresail, and mainsail) that can propel the ship through the water at just over 13 knots.
Below decks, the sailboat chart house is a cozy spot where passengers can read, relax or learn the basics of navigation from its knowledgeable crew members. Another level down below will find you in the heart of the ship; the galley. Spacious by most sailing ship’s standards and newly equipped with commercial appliances, the galley routinely serves dinner for up to 49 passengers or three square meals a day during overnight cruises.
Great care has been taken to restore her to the way she looked when first commissioned; varnished mahogany, oak, and teak are focal throughout her main salon and galley.
combines 1920’s style elegance with modern comforts. There are three restrooms aboard (nautically referred to as “heads”); two of these feature hot showers as well. The sailboat is heated and well ventilated. While aboard, passengers stay in spacious berths or private staterooms. Standard berths are 48-inch bunks adjacent to the ship’s salon and feature a heavy curtain. The ship’s staterooms are located both aft and forward and contain multiple bunks, a sink, a mirror and a door for privacy.
The focs’l and passageways are trimmed in classic paneling with berths and staterooms that reflect the sailing-vessel charm from the last century.
• Launched: 1924
• Designer: William H. Hand, Jr.
• Rig: Two-masted Gaff Topsail Schooner
• Builder: Hodgdon Brothers Shipyard, East Boothbay, ME
• Length Overall: 160 ft.
• Length on Deck: 127 ft.
• Beam: 26 ft.
• Draft: 16 feet
• Displacement: 147 tons
• Height: 127 feet with topmast
• Sail Area: 7000 square feet
• Engine: Caterpillar 400hp diesel
• Speed under power: 9 knots
• Max. Hull Speed: 13.4 knots
• Passengers: 26 overnight, 49 day sails
Price starts from:
Day & Evening Charters:
• March, April, May, October: $600 USD per hour (minimum two hours)
• June, July, August, September: $750 USD per hour (minimum two hours)
Overnight Charters: (Overnight Rate includes all meals, accommodations, and activities for up to 26 passengers.)
• $3,800 USD per day
• Two days, one night: $7,600 USD
• Three days, two nights: $11,400 USD
Prices will vary by season and duration. Please inquire directly through "Message Owner" for exact pricing.
Usually this boat operates around Bellingham, WA.
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