What better way to enjoy scenic views, breathtaking sunrises or sunsets, explore new beaches and quaint villages... than on a sailing vacation?
From day trips, sunset sails, and weekend adventures to special events, Captain Missy will customise your dream sail! Discover local marshes, islands and indigenous coastal wildlife, in her beautiful 42' sailboat!
The Whitby 42 is a floating cottage with all the amenities of the best bed and breakfast, accommodating guests in a relaxed, spacious environment while also providing quiet, private spaces.
- Full day sails (10am-4pm): $291 per person
- Morning sails (10am-1pm): $233 per person
- Sunset sails (6:30-8:30pm): $204 per person
- Weekend charters (Friday to Sunday): $1,450 (includes friday supper, saturday breakfast, lunch and dinner, and Sunday breakfast)
Week long charters available upon request
Member since April 2015
Captain Missy is a U.S. Coast Guard captain who has logged over 5,000 nautical offshore miles, including a 28-day Atlantic crossing. She has been sailing the waters of Great South Bay, Long Island and Block Island Sound, up through and around Martha’s Vineyard and Newport, Rhode Island for the past ten years. She attended Boston University School for the Arts and Columbia University.
Captain Missy is a seasoned professional with exceptional customer service skills. Among her many experiences working with the public, one of her favorite jobs was working as a singing waitress in a Chinese restaurant. She has completed five NYC marathons, speaks Italian and plays guitar.
Usually this boat operates around East Hampton, NY.
The Hamptons are a popular summer destination for the well-to-do from New York City and the surrounding areas. You will find beautiful beaches and top restaurants, high-end shopping, and plenty of Hamptons attractions by boat. Try Montauk fishing, go for a Sag Harbor sailing trip and have fun with watersports, or plan a trip to Shelter Island. Enjoy sailing from Southampton to Montauk for a romantic dinner. Sailo has the perfect selection of boats to take advantage of this boater’s paradise.