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Day Sail on Caelestis


Day Sail on Caelestis




Arrive 30 minutes early to get everyone settled and leave the dock on time.

If you are on the waiting list then please keep a close watch on it so that you can attend at the last minute.  If you can't attend at the last minute and make other plans then please remove yourself from the wait list.  ~Mahalo

Park in the white spaces in the parking lot directly next to Caelestis.  I suggest you find the boat, drop off your things and then find a parking space.  Wear tennis shoes/thongs that won't make or leave marks on the deck of the boat (barefoot is optimum).  Typically, with sailing events, sailors are very serious about leaving the dock on time.  I'm not quite that picky but in general the best is to always be early so you don't miss the boat.  I have been known to leave people behind.  ;-)  Being on early for these type of events boils down to courtesy.  Due to the limited # of people I can accommodate.....please don't be a "no-show".  If you can't make it then please remove yourself from the event.


The Plan:  Sail around for a couple of hours and then anchor off of Waikiki, swim, and have lunch.  It's up to you to bring what you would like to drink or eat.

You're more than welcome to consume alcoholic beverages but please do so responsibly for the safety of others and especially the safety of yourself.  If you make a spectacle of yourself then you run the risk of not being invited to return.

Bring sunscreen, bathing suit, a towel, food, beverages.

I'll have a cooler with ice for the outing.

The sailing vessel Caelestis is owned and operated by Sailing to Recovery, a non-profit organization that helps support the ongoing educational, medical and dental efforts in the Republic of Kiribati (approx 2000 miles Southwest of Hawaii).  The donations will support the care of our vessel while here in Hawaii as well as the missions in the Republic of Kiribati.  We thank you for your donations (which also pay for the ice, fuel for BBQ and boat).  Donations are also tax-deductible.

Let me know if you have any questions.

Captain Matt







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  • Roger G.

    For those who didn't get my meager attempt at humor regarding The Captain & Tenille, please see

    May 21, 2013

  • Roger G.

    This event was FANTASTIC! Lots of cool people. One tremendous captain who saved us from getting swamped by an enormous set of waves as we re-entered the harbor!

    1 · May 19, 2013

  • A former member
    A former member

    Man, I've checked meet up a couple times today to see if you had posted this yet. You guys are all quick!!! Ramiro and I will wait patiently on the waiting list... he actually has a Sunday off. :)

    May 14, 2013

  • Jan J.

    Any chance of bringing 1 guest?

    May 14, 2013

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