Captain Steve's Sailing Charter
Captain Steve offers private sailing charters aboard Sales Call, a 34 Foot Beneteau Oceanis for up to 6 guests. Customizable to whatever type of sailing adventure you are interested in, we are here to help. Sit back, relax and soak up the sun, we got you covered! Take the helm, unfurl the sails, the boat is yours to command. Drop the anchor, go for a swim, uncork the wine, no problem. Whatever the request, just ask!
Available for Any Special Event
Watch the Sunset
Proposals, Engagements and Weddings
Private and Group Sailing Lessons
See Historic Lighthouses
Perfect location for Social Media & Photo Shoots
Dock and Dine
Anchor, Swim and Chill
Why Choose Us
Highly experienced and U.S. Coast Guard Certified
Top notch vessel and equipment
"Beyond the ordinary" customer service
Location, Location, Location
Create memorable experiences
What to Expect on Board
Captain Steve sails out of Manhasset Bay in Port Washington. Come see the mansions of the Gold Coast of Long Island, sail under the Whitestone and Throgs Neck Bridges. Cruise to City Island for a Dock N Dine experience like no other. Drop the anchor by Half Moon Beach in Sands Point, go for a swim, chill, watch the sunset.
Our Most Popular Excursions
Intro to Sailing Lessons
2 hour private lesson
Experience the thrill of sailing through an introduction to sailing lesson taught by a certified captain. Learn the basics including taking the helm, setting the sails and tacking and jibbing.
2 hrs $500 - For two people
3 hour private charter weedays
Set sail on the coast of the Long Island Sound to see the magnificent sunset over the NYC skyline. Perfect for families, proposals, anniversaries, birthdays and celebrations!
3 hrs for $650
1/2 Day Sail
4 Hour private charter
Enough time to sail under the Throgs Neck and Whitestone Bridges or head East to the Execution Rocks Lighthouse, see the Mansions of the Gold Coast, drop the anchor.
4 hrs for $775
My family and I had a great day on the water with Captain Steve, who made the experience fun, as we cruised the Long Island sound, with a solid 10-15 knots worth of wind. The highlight was when my daughter took the 'wheel' and steered the boat, and felt the wind in the sails...she's hooked.