Join your Captains, Bethany & Perry, at the end of Garrison Cove Road on Bailey Island, Maine.
Schooner “ALERT” is a 70ft Maine built wooden tall-ship that offers Two, Four, and Six hour public and private sailing cruises for up to 28 passengers.
We are available for public day sailing trips and chartering privately. Experience the luxury of having ALERT and her crew all to yourself. We love the possibilities! Island Adventures trips are offered to students and private parties where we sail to one of the hundreds of islands off the coast of Maine, anchor to go ashore and explore.
Schooner Alert Charter Pricing
Boat Charters are from late May to mid October. Maximum 28 passengers on any trip.
Ask us about people 10 years old and under. Children under 3 sail free.
Capt. Bethany McNelly-Davis
Capt. Perry Davis
To hold a reservation more than a two weeks in advance we ask a 20% deposit, mailed to our Address:
Tevake Sailing Charters
PO Box 7
Bailey Island, ME 04003
All people 10 years old and under are required to wear a life jacket, we have kid life jackets, but if they have one they are comfortable in we suggest you bring it along.
People 3 years old and under sail for free and count as people.
You can park in Cook’s Lobster and Ale House Restaurant parking lot at the North End of Garrison Cove Rd. on Bailey Island. Please park at the most north end of their lot (the very end of the road past the restaurant entrance).
We will meet you about 15 min to 20 min before departure at our “Booth” (Resembling a truck in Cook’s Lobster House parking lot with brochures and pictures on the tail gate) if we are not there yet, we may be preparing the boat for your trip and will see you there soon. Here we will outfit people 10 years and under with life jackets, settle any balance due, and walk you down to the Boat.
If you are running a little late or have to cancel please let us know by calling or Texting Bethany at (207) 841-9125.
WHERE WE SAIL FROM:
We sail from Cooks Lobster dock at the North End of Garrison Cove Rd. on Bailey Island. This is a floating dock with a ramp down from the wharf. Your captain and crew will show you the way.
WHAT TO BRING:
We recommend bringing an extra layer to keep you warm while on the water. Also a sun hat, sun glasses, sun screen, camera, and binoculars are nice to have. We don’t require you to wear any special shoes, we ask you not to wear golf cleats or high heels. Generally, plan on hanging out outside, sometimes that requires a rain jacket (no umbrellas please).
We have some extra jackets we can loan you on board if you are caught unprepared. We want you to have a great experience.
Motion sickness prevention: generally speaking, we are in protected waters and motion sickness is not a big issue. Please plan ahead, Bethany is happy to give recommendations of prevention methods.
A little extra cash: We also offer a small selection of shirts, hats and other highly coveted hard to come by merchandise on board.
FOOD AND DRINKS
You can bring anything you like to eat or drink on the boats. Adults who are 21 years and older may being alcoholic beverages.