Sample a half day: Sense the natural high of propelling yourself through the water with nothing more than the forces of nature. (This is a very good option for land-lubbers who have never sailed, and want to "put the toe in the water" before embarking on a full adventure.)
Enjoy a full day: Chart a course around (circumnavigate) Great Guana and Scotland Cays, feel the power of the wind as you "Come About", feel the presence of Captains Kidd and Blackbeard as you glide through the turquoise waters of The Sea of Abaco and the dark blue waters of the Atlantic.
Romanticize under the stars: "The stars are never as bright, as when at sea night. And the stars in your eyes are as bright." This can be done as a dinner cruise, or after you have dinner ashore.
Explore the outer reaches of the Sea of Abaco, discover the charms of Green Turtle Cay or experience Little Harbour, then sleep that night "at sea". Return to your base the following morning, or extend the voyage for multiple days. Follow the routes of Bahamas' sailing generations among the Outer Islands from Walkers Cay to the Turks and Caicos.
SkyeLark, a US registered vessel, is a Bristol 33.3. She has a generator and central air conditioning. She is licensed (#FCB-371) to operate in Bahamian waters. Captain John holds a US Coast Guard Masters license with sailing endorsement (#960425), and a Bahamian Boat Master's License (#7672).
SkyeLark will come to you, at your cottage or hotel. Within the Sea of Abaco there is no additional charge for SkyeLark to come to you. Contact us to determine the exact logistics. You are encouraged to bring your personal sunscreen, hats, and long sleeve shirts. Foot wear is suggested (although the term "barefoot" is romantic, this a safety precaution). A cassette player, CD player, and MP3 player are available for your personal music.