Stated above is only an estimate of the charter fee. Please inquire with details of your trip for a quote.
This yacht is inspired by the famous (and infamous) commuter yachts of the Roaring Twenties! These boats were commonplace in NY Harbor - owned by the ultra rich on the shores of Long Island Sound - Oil Barons and Wall Street tycoons outfitted long narrow boats with the ever-so-popular combustion engine. Designed for speed and elegance, you will be traveling at safe comfortable "cruising speeds" while you enjoy a glass of award-winning champagne, a bountiful Brunch, or perhaps an Architecture Tour.
The following prices do not include tax, crew, gratuity, and service fee.
2 Hour Rate Mon - Fri before 5:30pm $2500
2 Hour Rate Mon - Fri after 5:30pm | Sunday $3200
2 Hour Rate Saturday: $4000
Additional Hours $1100
If you'd like to, you can also have an open bar (from $12/person/hour) and catering (menus from $26/guest to $80/guest).
Boarding starts 5 minutes before departure time and disembarkation happens immediately upon arrival back to the dock.
Member since June 2015
Our Crew, including all captains, mates, chefs, and on-land representatives, is what make the experience on our beautiful yachts truly magical. We have maintained a consistent history of not only operating with a professional staff, but also with warm and inviting hosts. You will, without a doubt, have fantastic views of the city and find the boats beautiful and comfortable, but what will surprise you and stay with you when you leave is the warm and special treatment you receive from our extraordinary team.
Usually this boat operates around New York, NY.
It’s easy to forget that New York City is an island, and that its towering buildings create the beautiful Manhattan skyline when viewed from afar. Whether you’re visiting or you’re a jaded New Yorker looking to have fun on one of our Long Island fishing charters, Sailo has the perfect boat for you. Go sailing NYC: explore the lively area around North Cove Marina or plan a Manhattan dinner cruise to remember. You haven’t truly experienced the city until you try the New York attractions by boat.