Sebago’s Ships

Marquesa

Marquesa

Sebago Watersports’ largest catamaran, Marquesa, sails Key West tours daily. Choose from 2 Key West sail trips: 3 1/2 hour Half Day Snorkel sails both morning and afternoon or the 2 hour Champagne Sunset Sail.

The Marquesa catamaran is an impressive sight on the water. At a massive 69’ with a 36’ beam, she has over 2,300 square feet of deck space. With a 100’ raked mast and 45’ boom, Marquesa holds one of the largest sails in South Florida.

125 Passengers
69' Long / 36' Beam
Over 2,300 SQ Ft. of deck space

Marquesa was designed with passengers in mind with plenty of seating, both in shade and sun. All the comforts you expect are here – 2 bathrooms (head in nautical terms), fresh water shower and easy access stairway to the sea to make it a breeze to get in and out of the water. Marquesa is equipped with satellite radio.

Marquesa is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for 125 passengers. As part of Sebago’s commitment to being the best, we limit tours to well below that capacity. Marquesa is licensed in Florida with a full liquor service bar where you can purchase cocktails.

Cubed

Cubed

Sebago Cubed sails Key West daily. Choose from 2 Key West sail trips: the year-round 6 hour Power Adventure and the 3 1/2 hour Combo Sunset Snorkel Reef. The Combo Sunset Snorkel Reef tour sails seasonally, spring, summer and fall.

Sebago Cubed was the first commercial sailing catamaran built in Key West. With her 74’ rotating wing spar and elegant lines, she is one of the fastest commercial sailing vessels anywhere. Sebago Cubed was designed with passengers in mind with plenty of seating, both in the shade and sun.

65 Passengers
60′ Long / 38' Beam
Drafts only 3½'

Sebago Cubed is outfitted with all the comforts you expect - 2 bathrooms (head in nautical terms), fresh water shower and easy access stairway to the sea to make it a breeze to get in and out of the water. Sebago Cubed is equipped with satellite radio.

Sebago Cubed is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for 65 passengers. As part of Sebago Watersports commitment to being the best, we limit tours to fewer passengers. The ship is licensed in Florida for beer and wine service.

Flyer

Flyer

Sebago Flyer sails Key West daily. Choose from 2 Key West sail trips: the 6 hour Power Adventure and the 2 hour luxury Casa Marina Sunset Sail.

Sebago Flyer is the newest addition to Sebago Watersport's fleet. With similar size and features of the Sebago Cubed, Sebago Flyer is fast and elegant on the water. Sebago Watersports wants you to enjoy your amazing day on the water, which includes plenty of seating to choose from, both in the cool shade and in the tropical sun.

68 Passengers
60' Long / 31' Beam
Drafts only 3½'

Sebago Flyer is outfitted with all the comforts you expect - 2 bathrooms (head in nautical terms), fresh water shower, and easy access stairway to the sea to make it a breeze to get in and out of the water. Sebago Flyer is equipped with satellite radio.

Sebago Flyer is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for 68 passengers. As part of Sebago Watersports commitment to being the best, we limit tours to fewer passengers. The ship is licensed in Florida for beer and wine service.

Pelican

Pelican

Sebago Pelican sails Key West daily featuring our 6 hour Island Ting Eco Tour. Pelican is also available to host private Key West sunset sails for up to 20 guests.

Sebago’s most intimate vessel, the Pelican is a 41’ Maine Cat sailing catamaran yacht. With a 23’ beam, her decks are wide and spacious. Carrying only 20 passengers, the Pelican provides you with plenty of room to spread out and enjoy your sail adventure.

20 Passengers
41' Long / 23' Beam
Sebago’s Most Intimate Vessel

Pelican was designed with passengers in mind with plenty of seating, both in the sun and shade. All the comforts you expect are here – a bathroom (head in nautical terms) and fresh water shower. Pelican is equipped with satellite radio.

Pelican is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for 20 passengers. Pelican is licensed in Florida for wine and beer service.

Appledore II

Appledore II

Appledore II sails Key West seasonally from November through March. Choose from 2 Key West tours: a 2 hour afternoon sail or a 2 hour champagne sunset sail.

Appledore II is a majestic 86’ windjammer, fashioned after the schooners of old. Schooners were popular for transport boats in the 19th century, known to be fast, solid and reliable. Her wooden deck is 65’ long and almost 19’ wide. With only 49 passengers there is generous seating and room to roam.

49 Passengers
86' Long / 19' Wide
Has Circumnavigated the Globe

A 2-masted tall ship, Appledore II is the second, and largest, in a series of several schooners commissioned by Herb and Doris Smith to explore the world. 

Read more about the Appledore Schooners here.

Appledore II is U.S. Coast Guard inspected to carry 49 passengers. The ship is licensed in Florida for beer and wine service and is equipped with a bathroom (head in nautical terms).

Appledore V

Appledore V

Appledore V sails Key West daily. Choose from 2 Key West sail trips: a 5 hour combination sailing & snorkeling trip or a 2 hour champagne sunset sail.

The Appledore V carries 2 masts with a rig height of 63’ 6” and a beam of 14’. With wide decks and only 24 passengers, there is generous seating and lots of room to walk around and admire the ship. She is a 65’ steel hulled Gaff-rigged schooner built in the tradition of 19th century schooners that were used to transport goods across the Great Lakes. Schooners are renowned for being safe, solid and fast in the water.

24 Passengers
65' Long / 14' Wide
Rig Hieght of 63½'

Appledore V launched in 1992 and for years sailed the Great Lakes. In 2012, on her way to Key West, Appledore V made a special appearance at New York City’s Fleet Week with dozens of other authentic tall ships. Appledore V now resides in Key West where she sails the Atlantic daily.

Read more about the Appledore Schooners here.

The ship is U.S. Coast Guard inspected for 24 passengers. Appledore V is licensed in Florida for beer and wine service and is equipped with a bathroom (head in nautical terms).