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(@michigancouple)
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We will be staying at Sapphire in March. We would like to do a dinner sunset sail/cruise either out of Sapphire or Red Hook. I'm aware of New Horizons, but might also be interested in a boat with less passengers. Any suggestions are much appreciated,

 
Posted : January 20, 2011 10:36 pm
(@ms411)
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Check Private Moments (Google). They're more upscale so expect to pay more than New Horizons.

You can also negotiate with a private boat concession. I think there are several at Sapphire. The Ritz Carlton, I think, also has a sunset sail.

 
Posted : January 24, 2011 8:04 pm
(@stt-resident)
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To further the advice given by ms411, I would suggest going down to the marina at Sapphire in the morning before the charter boats depart or late afternoon when they return and talk to the people there. I'm sure you'll be given some good suggestions and leads as the boating community here is pretty tight-knit. Have fun!

 
Posted : January 25, 2011 1:19 pm
(@billd)
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CoConuts has an evening sail. I don't know what they charge. I have heard that the New Horizons evening sail is pretty good.

billd

 
Posted : January 25, 2011 3:29 pm
(@marty-on-stt)
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I second New Horizons!

 
Posted : January 26, 2011 1:30 pm
(@geneddes)
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We did the sunset cruise with New Horizons 2 years ago and had a great time. Beautiful sailboat. Good food, lots of drink. Nice ride. Only disappointment was they did not SAIL for the sunset cruise, only motored. They said that they sail in the day.

 
Posted : January 30, 2011 8:09 pm
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