December ?? - ??, 2018 (dates will be tailored to your schedule)
Key West to Dry Tortugas and Return
? days, 150 nautical miles
The best way to visit beautiful and historic Dry Tortugas National Park is by sailboat. It’s a 70 mile passage, most commonly with the wind behind us as we leave Key West. There are a few pleasant anchorages along the way. Or, if the crew desires, we make make a non-stop overnight passage. Either way, once we reach the Dry Tortugas, we’ll anchor in the protected water just east of Fort Jefferson. The crew will have an opportunity to explore the historic fort, walk the moat wall, and observe the impressive frigate birds of Long Key. We might make the short trip over to Loggerhead Key and, perhaps, meet the lighthouse keeper, or snorkel the nearby windjammer wreck. The sail back to Key West is typically upwind, so we might break up the trip with an overnight stop at the uninhabited Marquesas Keys.
Cost: $?? (We’ll give you a proposal after talking.)
Availability: Up to 3 positions