Three-Day Apostle Islands Sail Trip

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Private Trip For up to 6 people

A Sailing Trip Around the Apostle Islands

On this trip, you can really get the feel of the boat with as much sailing instruction as you want. Learn sailing, seamanship, boat handling, navigation, and anchoring.

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After a day of sailing the islands, anchor at Presque Isle Point of Stockton Island. There are 2-mile-long beaches with dunes and a coastal wetland as well as bedrock slabs that stick out into the water. The next morning, depending on weather, sail toward Outer Island and Cat Island or Hermit, Manitou, and Otter Islands. Visit an old fish camp or hike on Oak Island and then sail to a cove between Rocky and South Twin Islands for another night at anchor or at a dock.

Grill dinner and walk on the beach and sandspit for a fantastic sunset. After a great breakfast, pull the hook and sail to Raspberry Island Lighthouse for a tour of the house and gardens and a game of croquet in the tradition of the island. Sail back to Bayfield Harbor by 2 p.m. for a shower and dinner in Bayfield.

Meals can be prepared by your group in the boat galley just as easily as in your own kitchen. The captain is available to help with the stove, oven, and grill. It’s easy to plan the meals for your trip, but we do offer the option of having the food on board for you (see pricing when booking). If you are providing the meals, please consider the captain in your food counts. No special food requests need to be considered.