As Sag Harbor’s classic sailing yacht, the vessel has graced the waters of Long Island’s east end for nearly 30 years. Her story began in 1929 on the drafting tables of renowned naval architect, John G. Alden. In the nineties, she was completely refitted and in 2002, she was relaunched as virtually a new 1930 schooner. Her exquisite interior and spacious decks combine to transport guest to a bygone era. Perfect for an outing with family and friends, or a lovely backdrop for photo shoots. The vessel’s large central butterfly hatch transforms into a chic centerpiece for alfresco dining. Roomy shaded decks, appointed with large, lush pillows complete the picture. Simpler times, aboard Lelanta, experience sailing the way it’s supposed to be.
Manufacturer: John Alden Schooner
Speed: 8 MPH
Large Decks to accommodate 12 guest.
Large spacious cockpit
Cushions all about with lush pillows
Awning for shade, even while sailing
Fully equipped galley
Catering Available (ask prior to charter)
Large YETI outside cooler supplied with ice and bottled water
Lelanta provides an authentic and relaxing sailing experience, and the opportunity to spend truly memorable time with family and friends. Half, full, or sunset sails are available departing from Sag Harbor on the waters of Gardiner’s and Noyac Bays. Anchoring up for a refreshing swim and a lovely catered lunch at one of Shelter Island’s secluded coves is part of a longer trip.
Sunset Sails (2.5 hours, sailing times vary)
Up to 12 guests $2,445
An additional 20% gratuity service charge will be added to the rate.
Weather cancellation is completely at the discretion of the crew. Their experience makes them best equipped to make such decisions. Guests have the option to reschedule or be refunded their deposit.
Ice, water, towels, help coordinate catering and pick up prior to charter, launch service to and from boat, cocktail glasses/plates/serving wear.
Food, alcohol, soft drinks
Usually this boat operates around Sag Harbor, NY.
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