We recommend that if you have any doubt, you take preventive measures beforehand. (Bonine, Dramamine, a pressure wrist band, etc.)
Wind and weather are not under our control and the trip may be rescheduled or cut short should conditions prohibit safe passage. If weather conditions are poor on the date of your sail, please call for updates.
Maximum 12 passengers aboard Cloudia.
Yes! We encourage participation. It’s up to you, your ambitions, abilities and attitude. The captain will have ultimate control of the ship and its crew’s movements.
We supply water, soft drinks and light snacks. Passengers are allowed to bring their own food and non-alcoholic drinks on board.
There are areas both below deck and topside that are available to relax. Please do not bring chairs.
For safety reasons, we suggest you hold small children and infants. Strollers are not permitted. Holding an infant may create some difficulties going below deck, as the stairs are steep. Crew members are available to help.
No, they are up to you as an individual to determine whether you want to wear one. If you would prefer to wear one, just ask a crew member once on board. Life jackets are provided as required by the U.S. Coast Guard. Coast Guard regulations require us to have life jackets available, but they are not required to be worn.
This is completely up to you. Most guests enjoy the topside deck areas of the sailing experience, but the “head” (restroom) and “galley” (kitchen) are below deck and you are most certainly welcome to go below. We allow up to six passengers below deck at any one time.