• Tahiti/Bora Bora Flotilla
    Come explore the exotic waters of Tahiti with sights and memories you will not forget! This is a special place in the world with amazing surf, diving and white sandy beaches very few get to experience. Tahiti is actually the main island in French Polynesia and this largest, most populated isle sits among the best known Society Islands. The lush, green, volcanic landscape of each Leeward Island rises steeply from a vivid, blue lagoon dotted with small white-sand beach islets. Each island paradise is encircled by a protective outer coral reef. Step ashore into the picture-poster scenery and discover that the hues are even more sublime than the photographs. Book now as yachts are limited! This is a very Special trip with our boat option as we offer single shared cabins with 2 single beds in one cabin! This is great as singles make the majority of the group! Day 1 Fly in to Tahiti and relax it has been a journey, your transportation will arranged once you land so sit back and relax we got you covered. Day 2, Set out side and take in all the beauty. You are in paradise! Check the group activities sheet and see what is going on! Day 3 take a small jumper plane over to Raiatea. Jump in a taxi and head the base. Boarding will be at noon and set off to our first destination as soon as you are ready! First destination is Apu bay. This is perfectly protected excellent for spending the night and kayaking in calm waters and settling into the boat life. Day 4, Raititi, This is where you will need a camera! Absolutely amazing scenery, endless clear water and a very popular spot! You will be able to go ashore for dinner to taste the local flavor. Day 5 Bora Bora! Is that all we need to say!!! You are in BORA BORA!!! Beautiful little island with small restaurants filled with travels to sip and chat your evening away! Day 6, Haamene Bay, You will never put your camera down! This island is where they use the term “island time!” to good use! Sit back and relax, go for a paddle or afternoon snorkel. Day 7, Faaroa Bay, Just another great stop and they keep coming! This is a great day to spot in many place and snorkel or arrange for a day dive! Day 8 Opoa Bay, This is a must stop along the way, You will find your self immersed in the Polynesian culture. Opoa bay is filled with history to explore and small villages dot the shore line. Day 9 Head back to base and wish it would never end!! Once you disembark you will take a short flight back to Tahiti and relax at the hotel. Day 10 You can stay longer or this is the day to fly home and make plans for the next adventure! Group Coordination We will have spread sheets set up on google drives to share with all who is going. This way you can coordinate flights and activities with other members. We also have simple way to provide provisioning for your boat and packing guides. Facebook groups will be set up for the trip and a group just for your boat for easy communication. Your Boat, 47ft Catana catamaran, This will be a 4 cabin, 4 head layout with the following equipment, Water Maker, Generator, AC, 2 forward cabins for single or double, 2 aft cabins for 2 singles (2 singled beds) or a couple Max occupancy 8 + captain and Chef (optional at extra charge) Boat is rated at 12 but we like to keep things roomy. What is included 3 nights hotel double occupancy 6 nights on board a 47ft catamaran Round trip land transportation from airport to base on Raiatea Kayak for use Linens, towels, full gally Snorkel equipment All running expenses (cruising Tax, fuel Ins) Air conditioning hours of operation 12 hours included per day (8pm-8am or to crews choice) Captain or Experienced ASA 114 skipper dingy with out board NOT included Air fare Transportation from Tahiti airport to hotel and hotel to Airport provisions National park entrance fees Gratuity Cost Couple $3200 Single own cabin $2000 Shared single Cabin $1600 Peak Berth $1400 You can email me for more details and payment options at [masked] or at [masked] Yachtfoot.com for more information and extras

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  • Greek Islands Flotilla
    Greek islands Contact us (http://yachtfoot.com/reservations/) Come explore the island of Greece with its rich history and mythology as we will give a toast to Poseidon for a safe journey through his sea. You will see many beautiful island rich in culture, Fantastic food, warm waters and views you can only dream! We will start our sail out of Athens where you have 2 night hotel accommodation and time to relax and explore the city and its Ruins, Museums, wonderful food and drink. You will then board your catamaran for 6 nights and head out to our first island. Where you will be able to snorkel and taking in the warm waters. The small towns that we will visit are full of charm and history and look like a post card. Make sure to have your camera handy as the views are amazing. There are so many islands and places to visit the sail route will be decided when the dates get closer. The sail route below is a possible itinerary. Sail route can change due to weather and FUN! Day 1&2 Athens is rich in culture and is yours to explore the city and take in all the sights and food. Day 3, Poros, is full of charm of picturesque villages with traditional architecture to take in as you walk along coble stone streets. The cost line has emerald bays for a stop over and snorkel lunch stop. Along your way you will see fishing villages on the coast with mountains in the background. This stop will have something for everyone and will not disappoint. Day 4 Spetses, is a place where cars are not allowed only bicycles and motorcycles. Perfect for our group with great restaurants, night life and amazing beaches. This is a favorite get away for locals so immerse yourself in culture and dance the night away. Day 5 Nafplio, might be the most beautiful town in Greece filled with a medieval era presence in the towns and perfect beaches lining the coast for our lunch spots. The Town is great for Cafes and shops lining the coast. Day 6 Hydra, is a quiet town with no motorized vehicles where donkeys have taken its place. Once you disembark you can climb to the old fort, take a donkey ride, stroll along the stone pathways or relax in a café and watch the fishermen come in with the daily catch. Day 7 Epidavros, is a water playground. Time to get the snorkel equipment out and blow up the rafts to relax in the warm waters and get some good old vitamin D (sunshine) This might be a possible raft up location. Day 8 Aegina, great last stop with a remote island of Moni with excellent snorkeling in clear water. This is a favorite place for Athenians to get away and enjoy the sun shine and cuisine. Day 9 Return to Athens and enjoy the city with your new friends for night. Your Boat We have the option of Lagoon 450 or Bali 4.5, you can find more information by clicking HERE (http://yachtfoot.com/boats/) What's Included 3 nights hotel and 6 nights on board Round trip transportation from hotel to marina All running costs Many more things are included you can find out by clicking HERE (http://yachtfoot.com/whats-included/) Provisioning, This is always a sticky part of how do you handle food and drink on board. Click HERE (http://yachtfoot.com/provisioning/) to find out how it works. Cost Peak berth, 1500 Single, 2100 Couples 3600 You can find out all the information at YACHT FOOT (http://yachtfoot.com/greek-islands-september-2018/) [masked]

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  • Sail aboard Shanty from Richmond Marina Bay Harbor
    Please sign up on the waitlist. At least two days before the day, I will select the best crew for this sail and confirm your spot. I prefer to take up to 4 people. If selected, please make sure to be on time as the tides do not wait for anybody. If you are not sure about your ability to deal with motion sickness, please sign on the next sail within the Bay limits. Shanty is 1988 Catalina 34 sloop with a self-tacking jib. She is moored at Marina Bay Yacht Harbor in Richmond. I will provide location details to the chosen crew members. "Always be prepared for cold and wet conditions, regardless of weather and season. Summer months are usually very windy. Dress in layers with outer shell being wind and water proof. Synthetics are better than cotton. Warm and tight hat is recommended. It’s always a good idea to have a set of warm and dry clothes to change to. Trust me on this one. Please wear white-sole or non marking shoes. Don’t forget the sunscreen. Please use a bathroom on land before we go, even when you feel you don’t have to. The boat has a head (bathroom) but using it underway is difficult and I try to limit the trips to the pump out station to a minimum. The boat has all the safety equipment required by USCG, including life jackets (PFD’s) for everyone on board, First Aid Kit, fire extinguishers, flares, VHF marine radio and GPS." (Thank you Richard). I enjoy company of people who are passionate about sailing, whether they have plenty of experience under sail or just started learning.

    Richmond Marina Bay

    E Dock, Regatta Way, · Richmond, CA

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  • Pleasure cruise on the Bay, Saturday, August 18
    Planning a casual sail with some friends from out of town and could have room for a couple of additional crew to sail. Food and drinks will be provided, however, feel free to bring your favorite snack or beverage if you like.

    South Beach Harbor

    40 Pier · San Francisco

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  • Saturday Day Sail Out of Emeryville at Emery Cove
    • What we'll do Weather looks warm and the winds should be fine. I recently purchased a 40' Jeanneau and she is as fast as she is beautiful! There is no charge for this sail. Kona, my golden retriever will be joining us. • What to bring Bring your lunch and something to share. Usually open some wine with lunch. • Important to know Please be on time. We will depart promptly at 11:30.

    Emery Cove Yacht Harbor

    3300 Powell Street · Emeryville, CA

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  • Sail the Hawaian Islands
    We will meet at Lahaina Harbor on Maui on Sunday and spend the first night anchored off shore at Lahaina. This will allow everyone a chance to explore this famous tourist town and get a bit of night life if interested. the following is a possible itinerary, however Weather conditions in Hawaii can vary a lot. If necessary we will adjust on the fly, change locations, or even the entire plan if the weather is not cooperating. It is not possible to be certain, I have planned this route out based on over 10 years running charters in Hawaii and will do my very best to ensure everyone has a fantastic trip. Monday morning we are off to our first of two stops for the day. We will snorkel Manellie Bay on Lanai and later move around to shark fin Rock, for the night. Snorkeling in this spot is great and the likelihood of having it to our-self's is very high since most chart boats only visit here in the mornings. Tuesday after a leisurely morning (and another chance to snorkel) we will head back to Maui, sail up the coast in the trade winds and arrive at Honoloa Bay (on Maui) around the time the charter boats leave. Wednesday we will spend sailing the north shore of Molokai where the Sea Cliffs are some of the highest in the world. We will anchor on the westernmost shore of Molokai with its deserted beach that runs for nearly 10 miles. Thursday we will blast across the channel to Oahu and Waikiki for a bit of civilization and the night life. We will spend the night in down town Waikiki at a guest dock so everyone can explore the city. Friday will find us setting sail to Kauai and Hanalei Bay. We will arrive at Hanalei bay Saturday morning and have all day on Saturday to relax aboard in this spectacular bay. Sunday morning everyone will depart with memories to last them a lifetime ! The price for this trip is $[masked]/person and $500 deposit is required to book and balance will be due May 1 st 2018. You will need to fly into Maui and out from Kauai Transport to the airport (or hotel) on Kauai will be provided, however transport to the boat on Maui is not. All Meals, snacks and drinks on-board are included. Sunscreen, toiletries, Towels are supplied by the boat as well. Transportation to and from the boat is not included nor is any shore side spending/gifts/souvenirs. The boat is well equipped with snorkel gear but we encourage people to bring their own if they have favorite gear.

    Lahaina Harbor

    Lahaina · Maui, HI

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  • Sunday Day Sail Out of Emeryville at Emery Cove
    • What we'll do Weather looks warm and the winds should be fine. I recently purchased a 40' Jeanneau and she is as fast as she is beautiful! There is no charge for this sail. Kona, my golden retriever will be joining us. • What to bring Bring your lunch and something to share. Usually open some wine with lunch. • Important to know Please be on time.

    Emery Cove Yacht Harbor

    3300 Powell Street · Emeryville, CA

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  • Race to Hawaii on Angelique
    Race to Hawaii on Angelique We will sail the Pacific Cup in July 2018. This is the FUN race to Hawaii not a hard core as the Trans-Pac but still a race. I am in the early stages of getting the boat ready and looking for a crew for this race. This will be my forth crossing to Hawaii but my first Pac Cup. I intend to race with a crew of 7 or 8 (including me) and will not require the entire crew to have lots of ocean or racing experience, this is after all supposed to be fun. There will be a significant time and financial commitment as the race itself will be 9-12 days (depending on the wind) and I will require the crew to sail lots together in the run up and preparation for this race. Please send me an e-mail if you are seriously interested in joining the crew for this and try and come sailing with me as soon as possible to meet and talk about this race. Angelique is a Columbia 57, cutter rigged and mostly new after a major rebuild that is nearly done.

    Sugar Dock

    800 Wharf Street · Richmond, CA

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  • Sailing to the Giants day game to attend the game and cheer them to victory!
    • What we'll do We have a slip at South Beach and will sail there in the morning. Game starts at 12:45 and we will be there for the first pitch. After the game, we will have a fun sail home. No traffic! I will purchase tickets so we can sit together. Tickets will cost between $30-40. You can reimburse me. • What to bring Bring your lunch and something to share. Usually open some wine with lunch. • Important to know Please be on time. If you are not at the dock by 10am, we will depart. My golden retriever Kona will be joining us. There is no charge for the sail.

    Emery Cove Yacht Harbor

    3300 Powell Street · Emeryville, CA

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