We, that is me David and my pal Mark have just finished a major rebuild on a 1943 Danish Sailing Trawler. We feel that these old Dames of the sea should be saved for us and future generations to enjoy. We are not really owners of these fine old ships but simply the present custodians.
We have now relocated to Grenada to start our charter business. Sailing, snorkeling, fishing, hiking, beach or boat bbq's are the things that "just happen" over here with a lovely cruising community atmosphere one feels quickly at home and accepted. We are also now fitted out for term charters and hosting kite boarding / paddle boarding / diving / you name it!!
Helping with Tourists
With both Mark and Dave being sailing instructors anyone interested can get professional help and advice right here from beginner to ocean yachtmaster. There are plenty of exciting things to do in beautiful island of Grenada. We will shortly be starting work as a day charter vessel and we will be catering to a wide range of customers from local weddings to university students as well as holidaymakers.
We are starting our day and term charter business. General upkeep - paint, varnish, woodwork, rope work - continues as ever. We may need help with marketing, deck hands and bar keeping.
Accommodation will be on-board. We have a three berth ensuite cabin, a double cabin, a single cabin and a double + single suitable for 3 friends or a family. There is extra room in the saloon for two extras!
As I've already mentioned swimming, snorkeling, sailing, fishing and just hanging out on the beach are always popular. We have a sailing dinghy which is perfectly capable of getting to the closer of the offlying islands and other bays on the south coast of Grenada. The bus service is frequent and very cheap allowing access to all that Grenada has to offer.
Limited internet access
We have pets
We are smokers
More than two
Maximum 4-5 hours a day, 5 days a week