Sebago Key West takes great pride in being Key West's favorite watersports and tour company. It's simple... Sebago offers the best tours at a great value. Our food is prepared fresh. Our crew is fantastic. And we never compromise on our ships or safety.
Sebago Watersports is a Key West family-owned and operated business. Our operations started in 1988 with the purchase of our first catamaran, the famous racing Sebago. For over 25 years, Sebago has provided visitors and locals with a true Key West sailing experience. Sebago is proud to be the longest established day-charter catamaran operation in the continental United States.
Paul McGrail and Sean Rowley, captains and co-founders of Sebago Watersports, remain the owners and are actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the company. Both call Key West home and are active in the community.
The longest established day-charter catamaran operation in the continental U.S.
Sebago Watersports’ largest catamaran, Marquesa, sails Key West tours daily. The Marquesa is an impressive sight on the water. 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
Sebago Cubed sails Key West daily and 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.
- 65 Passengers
- 60′ Long / 38' Beam
- Drafts only 3½'
Sebago Flyer is the newest addition to Sebago Watersport's fleet and sails Key West daily. With similar size and features of the Sebago Cubed, Flyer is fast and elegant on the water.
- 68 Passengers
- 60′ Long / 31' Beam
- Drafts only 3½'
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 provides generous seating and room to roam. Appledore II sails Key West seasonally from November through March.
- 49 Passengers
- 86' Long / 19' Beam
- Has Circumnavigated the Globe
The Appledore Star is a wooden two-masted bugeye schooner sailing Key West daily. She is built in the tradition of 19th century oyster draggers that worked Maryland’s Chesapeake Bay. Designed with a shallow draft, the Appledore Star is perfect for exploring Key West’s backcountry.
- 22 Passengers
- 65′ Long / 14.6' Beam
- Only Bugeye Schooner in Key West
Sebago’s most intimate vessel, the Pelican is a 41’ Maine Cat sailing catamaran yacht. 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