After a brief safety speech, we will shove off the dock and head into the scenic Charleston Harbor. As we raise the sails and turn the engine off, you'll immediately feel the relaxation set in and discover why the sailboat is named Mental Heeling. You'll be involved as much (or as little) as you prefer as we navigate the Harbor together. Tacking and gybing our way to the various landmarks including: Fort Sumter, The Battery, USS Yorktown, Castle Pinckney and the iconic Ravenel Bridge. Guests under the age of 13 will be required to wear a life jacket per the US Coast Guard. I will have adult and child life jackets onboard.
Water Of age guests are welcome to bring alcoholic beverages (please avoid glass) Guests are welcome to bring their own…
Captain Jay After being laid off from the Financial Industry in 2009 during the "Great Recession" I decided to migrate south and trade spreadsheets for sailing. In 2014, I purchased my 1988 30ft Catalina MKII and named her Mental Heeling as that is what she does best. Come out and see one of the most beautiful cities as it was meant to be seen, from the water. Instagram: @MentalHeeling Captain Jennifer Jen loves sharing the history and ecological wonders that make the Lowcountry the special place that it is. Captain Trey: Swim coach to sailing captain
While visiting Charleston, it's a must to see this beautiful city from the water and under sail on Mental Heeling, a 1988 30ft Catalina MKII. Views include Fort Sumter, Castle Pinckney, The Ravenel Bridge, USS Yorktown and Historic Charleston Battery
You will receive a Welcome Message via Airbnb messenger upon booking, PLEASE READ! Booking Tip- book early in your visit in case we need to reschedule due to weather. You can bring any snacks/drinks that you would like. Adults 21+ may bring alcohol. **Please avoid bringing any glass**