The first night on an usually finds us in Yellowbanks anchorage on Santa Cruz Island (top pic). It takes four or five hours to get there and there is usually time to kayak before dinner, though many folks prefer to have a glass of wine and simply kick back in the cockpit to watch the sunset over the island.
All passengers must present vaccination card showing completion of Covid-19 series.
Short-term club memberships are available.
Call 805.750.7828 for availability and reservations
Spots like Fry’s and Morse Point – places where it is not unusual for us to “own” an anchorage. With three days/two nights, we can circumnavigate Santa Cruz Island, with four we can go to Santa Rosa or even San Miguel Islands.
Gray whale migration through the Santa Cruz channel on a 5 day/4 night charter
Overnight charter accommodations:
The main guest cabin has a nearly queen-size berth and en suite head and shower. The two aft cabins have bigger than standard beds and share a head. We carry two single and one double kayak and, on request, will bring a four passenger dinghy. You might be interested in the galley (even if you don’t intend to cook). It has a four burner stove, large oven, large refrigerator, an over-size crisper and a double stainless steel sink. Bosun-Cookie-Sparky is quite happy here and turns out some fabulous meals. You can take a look at some sample fare at MENUS. Of course, there are many more items that we can offer and we always tailor the menus to your tastes.
We do not provide bareboat rentals.
It’s an insurance issue, but we can refer you to several companies that do provide that service.
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