Sailing Vessel Alondra

~~ TOURS FILL FAST! ~~

Plan your perfect combo; a little heritage and history while enjoying a unique, outdoor excursion. Spend time aboard the lovely 47 ft. gaff-rigged ketch, Alondra with Robert N. Macomber as your historical guide. These trips sell out fast, so best to go ahead and call, even if it’s marked “SOLD OUT” to get your name on the WAITLIST. Then, if any seats open up or when future dates are established, you’ll be the first to get a call.

SPRING 2018 DATES:

  • Friday, April 6th  [1pm-5pm] ~ SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, April 7th  [1pm-5pm] ~ SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, April 12th [1pm-5pm] ~ SOLD OUT
  • Sunday, April 15th [1pm-5pm] ~ SOLD OUT
  • Thursday, April 26th [1pm-5pm] ~ SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, April 28th [1pm-5pm]
  • Sunday, April 29th [1pm-5pm]

For the spring of 2018, our theme is: “Tales From Around The World” which will be a relaxing sail showcasing the natural beauty of the SW FL coast and historical places of interest, as you hear loads of remarkable stories!

Remember, these extremely popular excursions only happen twice a year, so call today to reserve your spot on a passage into history. Call Nancy Koucky at 239-233-3003 or email her at PineIslandSailing@gmail.com.

Macomber aboard the sailboat Alondra, offering a history cruise [2015]

Sailing with Robert N. Macomber

Alondra‘s website is: www.PineIslandSailing.com


Alondra
gets underway from the main dock at Tarpon Lodge, an Old Florida fishing lodge in the village of Pineland, on Pine Island. If you come from out of the area, spend a night or two at Tarpon Lodge. A delightful dinner at sunset is a truly memorable experience! To get a room or to reserve a table for dinner at Tarpon Lodge, call 239-283-3999; or visit their website:  www.TarponLodge.com.

Each sailing cruise is four fabulous hours. There is a maximum of 6 passengers and must be a minimum of 4 signed up. The price is $99 per person.

Delicious hors d’oeuvres & bottled water are served aboard. If you’d like to bring something extra along to drink or eat, please feel free to do so – lots of folks do!