Key West Day Dreaming? Call Us !

A Fun Collection Of Memories!

Tropical feeling may call your name this fall and winter.  You may be surprised how lush, green and colorful Key West is October – December.  Taking a charter stay and sail  with meals on your own at any of the five star restaurants around your docks, or sailing out on an excursion with provisions for as many days as you want can take you into a tropical tranquil turquoise sea with dolphins, turtles and fish swimming like a live rainbow all around you.   Steps away from downtown Key West on the Island Key West and next to many of the sites and sounds you want to see, stay aboard a sailboat and live like a local may have at the historic seaport.

Tempted yet?  Call me today. 305-304-4911


Captain Al with Ronda








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Captain Al's Blog

After sailing over 50,000 miles and working with Proctor and Gamble, Helene Curtis and others in Key Largo's famed Ocean Reef Club, it was my goal to present to anyone who wished a chance to learn about sailing an afford able option to owning a sailboat. Since 1995 our Company has been making dreams of sailing come true. From family vacations, couples getaways, weddings, honeymoons, bucket lists, anniversaries, mile marker birthdays, it has been my pleasure to have spent those special memories with our guests. We have a lot of charters that come back with their families as the kids grow up, and return after a wedding for anniversaries. Excursions off shore near uninhabited islands are the best charter for many. Call for information or visit our ever changing web site or Facebook and other social media; 305-305-304-4911

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