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Is it okay to bring children on a day sail to St. John? Thinking about the daydreamer.

Posted : February 27, 2014 11:17 am
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Depends on ages of kids and whether they are prone to sea sickness and can be kept happily occupied during a full day trip. Day Dreamer takes quite a few people so consider if your kids will disrupt or enhance their pleasure as well.

Posted : February 27, 2014 11:26 am
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My kids loved the day sailing experience and the taste of it turned my oldest into a sailing fan. My youngest wanted more running around until she was 10 or 12, then settled into it. Personalities matter.

Daydreamer is a 55' catamaran, so she should be flat and steady. St. John is upwind, so you'll likely be under motor to start, with a nice downwind sail back.

Cheers, RickG

Posted : February 27, 2014 11:53 am

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