Sailing out of Manhasset Bay ( 20 miles east of Manhatten) with views of the Great Neck and Sands Point Mansions until the bay opens up to the Long Island Sound. There you will enjoy distant views of the NYC skyline, Throgs Neck Bridge, City Island, Hart Island, Steppingstone and Execution Rocks Light Houses. We can drop anchor in a calm bay, take in the sunshine, go for a swim. There are options to Dock N Dine in Manhasset Bay and City Island.
Sales Call, a 34 Ft Beneteau sailboat has a roomy cockpit with plenty of room to stretch out, a collapsible Bimini top for shade. Both roller furling main sail and jib, making setting sail quick and easy. There is a roomy cabin, a full kitchen and bathroom. The swim deck with hot and cold shower and ladder makes swimming a must for any hot day during the summer months.
There are many nights to see fireworks and nighttime full moon sails are awesome!
Member since February 2020
Recently retired from a successful career in the garment center and looking to share his passion for the water. Captain Steve has been a boater since learning how to waterski as a young adult while on vacation in Jamaica. After moving to Great Neck, he learned to sail at Steppingstone Park where he has moored his sailboay since 2007. Also owning a motorboat and several kayaks, Captain Steve is on the wayer every chance he gets.
Usually this boat operates around Port Washington, NY.
New York City looks great from the ground, but that view from the water is something else! Jump aboard a Sailo boat rental from the Big Apple and experience the thrill of the sea - and snap plenty of incredible pictures. Sailing in NYC is a must on your summer bucket list, whether you are visiting or a New Yorker.
It might not be the first thing you think of when finding things to do in New York City, but renting a boat for a full day or just a few hours is a truly memorable experience.