What if I get seasick?
We understand not everyone has their sea-legs so if anyone has a tendency to get motion sick or seasick, or if you aren’t sure, we recommend planning ahead and choose a remedy you’re comfortable with ahead of time. A quick google search will help you understand the options; pills, patches, homeopathic, etc.
What Should I Wear For My Charter?
Comfortable clothes and layers! The temperature varies a lot even within a couple of hours on the water. Make sure to bring layers so you stay comfortable the entire trip.Some boats require shoes be removed prior to boarding while others ask you to wear white soled shoes. Please note that heels are never allowed no matter how much they go with the purse.
Can I Bring My Own Food and Drinks?
Absolutely! Feel free to bring food and your favorite drinks to enjoy while you’re out.
Where Is The Best Uber, Lyft, Taxi Drop-off Point?
13701 Fiji Way, Marina del Rey, CA 90292
Where Do I Board The Yacht?
You will board the yacht at Dock 55. The above address will bring you to the parking lot. Once you are inside the parking go all the way to the right and you will see the Dock 55 boarding gate.
Can I Play My Own Music?
Yes! All our yachts come with a Bluetooth stereo so you can connect easily.
Is Gratuity Included?
No, gratuity is not included. We recommend 15-20% for excellent service.
What Happens In Bad Weather?
Your captain has full authority over the route and destination based on the conditions. Weather and sea conditions may make it not possible to stick to the planned itinerary. If the weather or sea conditions are extreme, the captain will decide if it is unsafe to proceed and we will reschedule for another available day.
Do I Need To Wear A Life Jacket?
o Over 13-years Old: Life jackets are not required for guests older than 13-years. However, they are available for all guests and can be worn as an added safety precaution if you feel more comfortable… plus orange is stylish!
o Under 13-years Old: Under California law, every child under 13 years of age on a moving recreational vessel of any length must wear a Coast Guard-approved life jacket in serviceable condition and of a type and size appropriate for the conditions and the activity. The law does not apply to children under 13 years of age who are:
- On a sailboat and are restrained by a harness tethered to the sailboat;
- In an enclosed cabin;
- On a vessel engaged in an emergency rescue situation.