For this vessel:
Half Day is 4 Hours
Full Day is 8 Hours
*Prices may vary by day of the week
Holiday is a 2004 Catalina 320 equipped with a Bimini top, wheel steering, jib-roller furling, main sail, in-mast furling, auto-pilot, and air-conditioning/heat.
It comfortably sleeps 7 with large aft quarter-berth, open V-berth in the bow, dinette setting, and one head. The Holiday provides excellent accommodations for small families.
Other equipment includes: Garmin GPS Map276C, VHF 200, Magnovox 19" TV, coffee pot, microwave, refrigerator, stove, and power windlass for raising the anchor.
*Prices include tax, fuel, waste and insurance; and are subject to change.
*Fuel and waste not included for multiple days.
*Bareboat Prices DO NOT include captain's fees and gratuity.
Good Morning Ms. Lucy,
I wanted to thank you for the opportunity to ride out on your boat. Although it was not a success the Captain was a joy and the outside breeze was nice. I did however wanted to say that I was disappointed in the boat its self. It’s was not what I was expecting. I was under the impression that the boat would have AC. I planed a luncheons for my husband down below where he and the girls would eat and open gifts. That did not happen due to the heat. There was not frigid to store the food, and I was very nervous that the food would spoil. I know I inquired about the speakers and your response was we could use Bluetooth. Which was not a problem, but it became one when we realize that the outlet did not work. With no power, the music kept going in and out, very frustrating. Cell phone were running out of power with no way to recharge them. The girls was ready to head back in after a couple of hours on the water, with no air and no music. I was really disappointed and felt really bad for my family not enjoying the sail as much as I had plan them too. All in all they said it was nice, but I know they were just trying to make me feel better.