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Bareboat Chartering Update - Social Bubbles Sailing

Last Updated July 7, 2020

On June 19, Marin County expanded its social guidelines to permit groups of up to 12 individuals within a "social bubble" to gather for outdoor activities. What does this mean for Modern Sailing?

Bareboat Charter Crews

Bareboat charterers can now expand their crew beyond their household to include members of their social bubbles. Masks are optional if your crew consists of those within your social bubble.

Bareboat Charter Availability

During Phase I and II of reopening, only Full Day reservations were available. To slightly increase our bareboat charter capacity, as of July 7, we are now able to offer half-day charters (noon check-in). Half-day charters are priced at the Full Day rate with a 15% discount applied. Your boat will be freshly sanitized in the morning before you arrive.

Staggered Start Times

To help reduce the number of people arriving at the office or docks at any given time, charter and class check-in times are staggered. Please be sure to arrive at the check-in time provided to you by your customer service representative.

Multi-Day Charter Discounts

To celebrate summer, Independence Day, and the re-opening of Ayala Cove's mooring field, we've also increased our special discounts on multi-day charters. The discount applies to the total charter rate for all consecutive days.

  • 2 days = 20% off
  • 3 - 5 days = 25% off
  • 5 or more days = 30% off

Stay Safe

Masks are still required to be worn on the docks, near the office, and while aboard during Courses, Clinics, Club Sails, and Races. We encourage everyone to continue doing their part to limit the spread of COVID-19 by following the guidelines issued by Marin County. Learn More

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  • Danny Collins

    The office staff was very accommodating in meeting my availability.

  • Emma & George Stubbs, Sausalito

    We just took our ASA 106 at a school in Rhode Island as we prepare for 6 months of cruising in the Caribbean. The class was great, but more than anything it made us really appreciate the quality of teaching and rigor at Modern Sailing. Even though we were the newest to sailing, the group seemed to think that we had the best fundamentals. We felt very well prepared and we see why Modern Sailing has the reputation it does.

  • John Kratochvil, Oregon

    I would like to compliment Stan Lander for his coaching, counseling and teaching Heavy Weather Offshore Sailing. Stan was very accommodating to all of the student's interests and shared his many years of insight on handling the boat in heavy seas. I would certainly recommend Stan and this course to sheltered waters sailors. My confidence in handling a boat of this size was certainly enhanced by the experience.

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