December 23, 2015

More Info

Below are all the common questions that people have asked over the years. I apologize if I cannot pick up the phone as that usually means I am sailing. Please do not hesitate to leave me a voice mail as I will return all calls when I am finished sailing for the day.

What happens if there is a threat of rain?

Our goal is to keep passengers safe. Mother Nature can be tricky and weather conditions are variable.   Unless extremely adverse weather conditions prevent us from leaving the dock for safety reasons, we will sail in the rain, heat, cold, humidity, etc. Every effort will be made to contact you two hours prior to your sail as we have updated information regarding any extremely adverse weather conditions.  However, this is not always possible and may result in a last minute cancellation of your sail, even after you have arrived at the dock.  On the day of your sail, if you have any questions regarding the weather, please do not hesitate to call. Please note that long term forecasts are incorrect 99% of the time. Only the captain of the vessel will be able to cancel a sail.

Please refer to our Terms, Conditions, Weather and Cancellation Policy for more details.

How do I get to North Cove Marina via subway, taxi, car, or ferry?

You are going to North Cove Marina, 225 Liberty Street, Brookfield Place, NY, NY 10281
North Cove Marina is located in Battery Park City on the corner of Liberty Street and South End Avenue. 

Once you are on the corner of Liberty Street and South End Ave follow these directions: 
The ramp leading to North Cove Marina is located behind a movable security barrier that has the word STOP written on the front. Walk behind the security barrier toward the three flag poles at the bottom of the ramp. The three flag polls are for the Police Memorial which is a good meeting place and a good reference point to tell your friends. Our sailboat called Tara is located at the end of the first dock at the bottom of the ramp. Look for the sign on the lower walkway that says Tribeca Sailing. 

1 to World Trade Center – Closest stop 5 minute walk
E to World Trade Center –  10 minute walk.
R to Cortland Street 10 minute walk
4,5,6 to Fulton Street – 15 minute walk
A,C,2,3 to Chambers Street – 15 minute walk
Path to World Trade Center Stop – 5 minute walk

Taxi / Uber
You are going to Liberty and South End Ave in Battery Park City. Just as you make the turn onto South End Ave exit  by Le Pan Quotidien.  DO NOT SAY North Cove Marina as they do not know where this is and will take you to somewhere else.  Just say “Corner of Liberty and South End Ave in Battery Park City”.

From the West Side Hwy (West Street) turn on to Liberty Street and then make a left turn on South End Avenue.  Less than 50 feet on the right you will see the Gateway Garage located just before the security booth to Gateway Plaza. Click here to prepay for a lower price.

New as of 2016 – Brookfield Place has valet parking.  Enter the oval on the corner of Liberty and South End Ave.

Water Ferries: 5 minute walk
World Financial Center Terminal


Where can I park?

You can park at Gateway Plaza Garage at 339 South End Ave, Battery Park City New York, NY 10280. Click here for a discounted price that requires prepayment.

What should I wear and pack?

Sailing during the spring and fall, it is best to dress in layers.  It can be cooler at sea than on land so it is advised to bring a jacket or sweatshirt. In the summer months this is not necessary.  At a minimum you should bring a hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.  We provide spray jackets if the weather turns or you need an extra layer.

Soft soled shoes such as boat shoes or sneakers are preferred footwear. Flip flops, open toes, hard soles and high heels are not recommended.  If you wear hard soled shoes or high heals you will be asked to go barefoot for safety reasons.  

What should I expect when I arrive for my sail?

You will be greeted at the dock by a Tribeca Sailing staff member or the Captain of the vessel. All passengers will sign their release forms. Safety is our priority. Tribeca Sailing NYC strongly recommends that each passenger wear a USCG approved Life Jacket. New York State law requires persons under the age of 13 to wear a life jacket. Parents or guardians are responsible for determining if a minor age 13-17 must wear a life jacket. Adults 18 years old and up have the sole responsibility to decide if they wish or wish not to wear a Life Jacket. If you wish to wear a Life Jacket one will be made available.  The Captain will then brief you on important safety and boating information. Then off we go!

May I bring food or snacks?

Yes, light snacks or prepared food can be brought on board. Pack your food as if you are going on a picnic. Please try to limit the amount of glass items you bring aboard the sailboat.  Please visit Le District and Hudson Eats inside Brookfield Place which has a wonderful selection of top quality food that can be purchased prior to boarding Tara.  If you prefer to have food delivered we recommend that you contact for all your picnic needs.  They are experienced in providing the most delicious items for your voyage aboard Tara.  

There are small plates, plastic cups, utensils and a wine opener on board Tara.

May I bring beer, wine, or other alcohol?

Please do! Adults over the age of 21 may bring beer and wine or other alcohol.

  • Cold beer can be purchased in the Gristedes supermarket located close to the Marina on South End Ave.
  • Inside Le District there is a supermarket with craft beer and cider. 
  • Preferred wine shop is Vintry Fine Wines and they will deliver to the boat.  230 Murray Street, 212-240-9553.
  • Next to the Gristedes on South End Ave there is a wine shop for last minute purchases.

Please try to limit the amount of glass items you bring on board. Please drink responsibly.

Can you take more than six passengers?

The USCG limits me to just six passengers. It is a law and as a result I cannot take more than six passengers.
Please visit our friends who can take out large groups.

Sailawayny: 7 to 12 passengers.
Sailing Yacht Ventura: 10-25 passengers.

Can you recommend a place to eat? Dining suggestions from Captain David
  1. Close to the Marina
  2. Theater District
  3. Breakfast
  4. Chinese Delights
  5. High End and Worth Every Penny
  6. Pizza
  7. Brooklyn
  8. Manhattan from Lower to Upper
  9. Desert
  10. Little Italy
  11. Rooftop Bars

Close to the Marina
Le’District: Inside Brookfield Place
Pick up a lunch, dinner or snacks for the boat. Very good quality and fast service.

Hudson Eats: Upstairs from Le’District inside Brookfield Place
High end food court with many delectable choices.

Shake Shack: 215 Murray St, (646) 545-4600
Short walk from Pier 25, Great Shakes and Burgers a must while in NYC

Seamore’s: Inside Brookfield Place
Great Seafood and fantastic Poke!

Manhatta: 28 Liberty Street, 60th Floor, 212-230-5788
Okay everyone must go here.  If you didn’t make advanced reservations (recommended) go to the bar for a drink and if you like eat there as well.  When I went the chef’s, table was free for a walk in and we had a fantastic meal.  Oh, did I mention the best view even compared to Top of the Rock, World Trade 1 and Empire State Building!!!!!!  No fee just for drinks for the most inspiring NYC view what else could you ask for!!!!!!

Big Al’s9 Thames St, 212-964-3269
Best by the slice local pizza in Lower Manhattan.

Inatteso Pizzabar Casano: 28 West St. (212-267-8000)
Short walk from the Marina, fresh pasta dishes and yes pizza.

Stone Street: Short walk from the marina. 
Historic area with great bars and restaurants

Adrienne’s Pizzabar: 54 Stone St, (212) 228-2800
Great for dinner or lunch and has outdoor seating.

Tribeca Grill:  375 Greenwich St. (212-941-3900)
Short walk from the marina, solid great food. 

Leo’s Bagels: 3 Hanover Square, (212) 785-4700
Authentic NY Bagels.

Xian Famous Food: 8 Liberty Pl, No phone available
Asian cuisine with creativity.  I have not eaten hear but hearing fantastic things from people I trust.  Multiple city locations.  Try it and let me know.  Seems to be one of those true only in NYC places to eat!

Theater District
Becco: 355 W 46th St, (212) 397-7597
As a New Yorker, I would never and I mean never go to Times Square.  However, this is one eatery that I would venture to eat for dinner.  This will sound cheesy but the “All You Can Eat Pasta Special is FANTASTIC!  They also have a great $25 wine list that is quite good.  Can get very busy.

db Bistro Moderne: 55 W 44th St, (212) 391-2400
Fantastic go to pre-theater or just in the neighborhood.

Hide-Chan Ramen: 314 W 53rd St, (212) 969-0066
Excellent and inexpensive noodles

Sushiden:  6th Ave:123 W 49th St, 212-398-2800
Theater District, Excellent Sushi

Moonstruck Diner: 400 W. 23rd Street, 2129243709
Perfect Breakfast and half the price of your hotel!

Buvette:  42 Grove St, West Village
Yummy fancy Breakfast / Brunch

Cookshop: 156 10th Avenue (20th Street); 212-924-4440
Typical American style brunch with over 24 varieties of Bloody Marys.

La Mercerie: 53 Howard Street (Mercer Street); 212-852-9097
Pricy but the food is just perfection.  Breakfast until 12pm.

Chinese Delights
Xi’an: Chinese/Asian family, run Under $15pp with multiple locations in NYC, all just as good as the original in Flushing.  If you want Chinese / Asian, this is your spot where ever you are in NYC.

Tim Ho Wan: 85 4th Ave., (212) 608-4170
Worlds least expensive Michelin star restaurant.  Reservations are a must and book early.

Super Taste Noodles: 26 Eldridge St, (646) 283-0999
Hand pulled noodles and amazing steamed dumplings

Wah Fung Fast Food: 79 Chrystie St, (212) 925-5175
Amazing and cheap BBQ pork and crispy pork belly. Be prepared to wait in line.

Vanessa’s Dumpling House: 118A Eldridge Street (212) 625-8008 or 220 East 14th Street (212) 529-1329
Excellent dumplings, just expect a some rough service but worth it.

Café China: 13 E. 37th St. 212-213-2810
Have not tried personally but hear its fabulous.

High End (Worth Every Penny)
Get your reservations early, also lunch walk-ins available and how I recommend trying these fabulous restaurants.

Gramercy Tavern: 42 E 20th St, (212) 477-0777
High End, my personal favorite in Manhattan. New American food. Dinner reservations almost impossible to get.
Walk in for lunch in the bar area.

The Modern: 9 W 53rd St, (212) 333.1220
High End, New American food. Reservations hard to get but try the bar area.

Tocqueville: 1 E 15th St, (212) 647-1515
Just fantastic in every way.

Maialino: 2 Lexington Ave, (212) 777-2410
Best high-end Italian style in the city.  OMG the Braised Suckling Pig……

Una Pizza Napoletana: 175 Orchard Street, between Houston and Stanton
Just does not get better than this.  Arrive early as once the dough runs out pizza is done for the night!

Di Fara Pizza: 1424 Avenue J, Brooklyn (718-258-1367)
Pizza Royalty made by a master.

Nicks Pizza: 108-26 Ascan Avenue, Forest Hills (718) 263-1126
My favorite in NYC worth the subway ride. You have to have the Cannoli for desert.

Bleeker Street Pizza: 69 7th Ave South, (212) 924-4466)
Don’t expect a fancy place by the slice for the most part, just like I remember growing up.

Johns Pizza: 278 Bleecker St, (212) 243-1680
Better than most. Sit down only.

Joes: 7 Carmine St, (212-366-1182)
By the slice and how all other pizza joints are measured.

Claro: 284 3rd Ave, Brooklyn, 347-721-3126  Mexican that is low key, off the beaten path and this is why you come to NYC to eat.

St. Anselm : 355 Metropolitan Avenue, 718.384.5054
Excellent Steak House and place for meat.

Atrium DUMBO: 15 Main Street, Brooklyn, (718) 858-1095
Organic Farm-Raise Sasso Chicken for Two- is an absolute must eat.

Brooklyn Flea Food Market: Smorgasburg
Saturdays: Williamsburg, East River State Park, 90 Kent Ave. (at N. 7th),
Sundays: Prospect Park, Breeze Hill (at Lincoln Rd.)
Must do for lunch.

Homtown Barbque: 454 Van Brunt Street (Red Hook) (347) 294-4644
Take the Ikea / Red Hook ferry from Pier 11 Wall Streen.  Short walk from the Red Hook Terminal.  Fantastic BB! I highly reccomend!

Frankies 457 Spuntino: 457 Court Street, Brooklyn, (718) 403-0033
Great italian restaurant, worth the trip to Brooklyn.

Mazolla’s Bakery: 192 Union Street, Carrol Garden, Brooklyn, (718) 643-1719
Old school Italian bakery with great lard bread

Mayfields: 688 Franklin Ave, Crown Heights, Brooklyn
Michelin Star restaurant, new American/kinda southern food.

Grand Army Bar: 336 State St, Brooklyn, 718-422-7867
Great ambiance with both a strong beer and cocktail list. Also solid oysters.

Nitehawk Cinema Williamsburg:  136 Metropolitan Ave., Brooklyn,
Surprisingly good food for a movie theater.

David’s Brisket House: 533 Nostrand Ave, Crown Heights, Brooklyn, (718) 789-1155
Little storefront deli that has been there forever, with the best pastrami in the city according to Captain Sam, Grab a sandwich and walk to Prospect Park.

Casa Enrique – 5-48 49th Ave, Long Island City (Queens),347-448-6040 
Traditional Mexican flair bursting with flavor. Worth the trip to LIC.

Manhattan (From Lower Manhattan to Upper Manhattan)
Seamore’s: 390 Broome St, 212-730-6005 or 161 8th Ave (at 18th), 212-597-9222
OMG, just ate there and the fish is FANTASTIC!  Must get the Poke appitizer.

Jeju Noodle Bar: 679 GREENWICH ST , 646-666-0947
Korean and very special.

Via Carota:  51 Grove St, No reservations
Tuscan Italian

Buvette: 42 Grove Street, between Bedford and Bleecker Streets in the West Village, (212) 255-3590
Wonderful French comfort food.

Russ and Daughters Cafe: 127 Orchard Street between Rivington and Delancey, (212) 475-4880
Cafe with old school city character, fantastic Challah Bread Pudding.

Wildair: 142 Orchard Street, (646) 964-5624 
Eclectic neo-bistro  – Just go you will not be disappointed.

Carbone: 181 Thompson Street, between Bleecker & Houston, No phone reservations
Italian Authentic and delicious.

Uncle Boon’s: 7 Spring Street, 646-370-6650 
Best Thai in NYC, well worth the wait in line but get there early.

Hirohisa: 73 Thompson St, (212) 925-1613

Tomoe Sushi: 172 Thompson St, (212) 777-9346
Best Value for quality Sushi in NYC

Nix – 72 University Place, 212-498-9393
Vegetarian must do.

Arturo’s: 106 West Houston St, (212) 677-3820
Old school family restaurant, simply the best.

Pear Oyster Bar:  18 Cornelia Street, (212) 691-8211
LOBSTER ROLL EXTRAORDINAIRE!  I really like this place as it seems family run and just fantastic food.  Love the ultra thin shoe string fries!  Does not accept reservations.

Los Tacos No. 1: 75 9th Ave (Chelsea Market) (212) 256-0343 
Look all you tourists have ruined Chelsea Market for us New Yorkers but if you must go the Tacos are world famous!

Corner Bistro: 331 W 4th St, (212) 242-9502
Fantastic Burger and a beer.  Captain David’s favorite burger.

Jewel Bako: 239 E. 5TH STREET (212) 979-1012
One of my favorite Sushi places still going strong after all these years.

Superiority: 430 E. 9th Street, (212) 256-1192
Vegetarian and I hear even non-vegetarians will love their burger.

Eak Raman – 469 Avenue of the Americas (11th street),  646-863-2027  
Raman, need I say more!

Da Andrea NYC: 35 W 13th St.,  212-367-1979
Local neighborhood, inexpensive, comfort Italian.  Family run and fantastic in everyway.

Eilsenberg’s Sandwich Shop: Fifth Avenue between East 22nd and 23rd Street, (212) 675-5069
Best grilled cheese in NYC.

Junoon: 27 W 24th St, (212) 490 2100

The Clocktower: 5 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10010, 212-413-4300 
A great NYC place to visit, have a drink or dine.  If you go for drinks ask for the guide that explains all the photographs.  Very expensive for dinner but worth visiting for the atmosphere. 

2nd Ave Deli: 162 East 33rd Street, (212) 737-1700
Best Corned Beef and Pastrami in NYC. No need to be sad about Carnegie Deli

Salumeria Rosi: 283 Amsterdam Ave. NY (at 73rd Street), (212) 877-4800
My new favorite Italian eatery.  Original, fresh tapas style Italian.  Reservations a must.

Absolute Bagels: 2788 Broadway. NY, (212) 93202052
Best Bagel in NYC and work the extra effort to get there.

Charles’ Country Pan-Fried Chicken: 2461 Frederick Douglass Blvd, (212) 281-1800
Harlem soul food institution

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory: 65 Bayard St, (212) 608-4170
OMG you gotta try it. My favorites are the cocoanut fudge and pumpkin.

Veniero Pastry: 342 E 11th St, (212) 674-7070
The real deal, love those éclairs

ChikaLicious: 203 E 10th Street, 212-995-9511
Just the perfect desert experience for real foodies!  Not something you will experience anywhere else!

Sugar Sketch: 172 East 2ndrd Street, (646) 922-7272

Little Italy
Do not eat there!

Rooftop Bars
Rooftop Bars, all based on a current 2019 NY Times review so enjoy and let me know how they are!

Arlo SoHo Hotel: 231 Hudson Street (Canal Street), 646-518-8882
“The spot to catch the sun setting over the Hudson with a cheeky poptail.”

Freehand New York: 23 Lexington Avenue (23rd Street), 212-475-1920
“Used to be an old artists’ enclave; today it is a hub for creative spirits of a different kind.”

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1000 Fifth Avenue (East 82nd Street), 212-535-7710 
Free for New Yorkers, out of towners must pay admission fee. Sip cocktails by new art exhibits every year.

Aliz Hotel Times Square: 310 West 40th Street (Eighth Avenue) 
“Highest rooftop bar in NYC with a glamorous, James Bond-inspired bar.”

Sister City hotel: 225 Bowery (Rivington Street), 646-343-4500
“Well-made cocktail like the sweet-tart strawberry rhubarb caipirinha, but a night at Last Light is all about the vibe.”

3 Mitchell Place: (First Avenue); 212-980-4796
“A glamorous Art Deco-inspired rooftop bar. Two trim balconies offer unhindered views of the East River and Queens.”

Park South Hotel: Entrance is on 125 East 27th Street (Lexington Avenue); 212-204-5222
“An intimate setting without much of a view, but the excellent bar, pouring slushy, overproof-rum piña coladas and a dedicated kitchen.”

1 Hotel Brooklyn Bridge: 60 Furman Street (Doughty Street), 347-696-2505
I send everyone there because of the view! “Unrivaled views of the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty.” There is a cover charge.

The Williamsburg Hotel: 96 Wythe Avenue (North 10th Street); 718-362-8100
“Gaze over the East River inside of a structure modeled after, you guessed it, a water tower.”

The William Vale Hotel: 111 North 12th Street (Wythe Avenue); 718-307-7100
“You get true 360-degree views of New York City, a long line to enter but worth it.”

Are there bathroom facilities?

There is a public restroom inside Brookfield Place.  Tara has a bathroom for limited use.

Is there an age limit for children?

It has been my experience that while children under five are welcome on board Tara, I have found that they do not enjoy the experience and start to fuss wearing the required life vest. The sail is not recommended for children under two years old.

I am prone to motion sickness, what do you recommend?

Often seasickness can be avoided by keeping your head up, looking at the horizon, keeping air in your face and staying active. Never go into the cabin if you suffer from motion sickness.  Alcohol prior to or during your sail can increase your risk.   You can try ginger pills, wrist bands or even patches behind your ears normally prescribed by a doctor. If you opt for over the counter medications, please take your choice at least two hours prior to boarding the boat to give the medication time to take effect.  Popping a pill as you get on the boat will not work.  There is a varied amount of medication to quell motion sickness. Please consult with your doctor for suggestions.  

Can I steer or help sail the boat? Can you teach me how to sail?

ABSOLUTELY!  If the weather conditions permit you may take the wheel, help with sail controls as much as you like.  The captain prides himself on helping people understand how a sailboat works and can offer any level of training you desire.

Do I need to bring water?

Bottled water will be provided to all passengers.

What do I do with my personal items?

Any bags, backpacks or personal items can be stowed inside the cabin. Computers and delicate electronics should not be brought on board.  Tribeca Sailing cannot assume responsibility for personal items stowed inside the cabin or anywhere on the vessel. You bring personal items onto the vessel at your own risk.  Tribeca Sailing is also not responsible for items that fall overboard.

May we tip our guide?

Tipping is optional and graciously accepted but never expected.

What if I am running late will the boat wait for me?

Please arrive 15 minutes early as we will set sail five minutes past your scheduled sailing time. If you do not arrive by five minutes past your scheduled departure (even by one minute) no refund will be made available.  This policy is designed to make sure everyone gets their proper sailing time as with a tight schedule we cannot delay our departure.  If you are running late for a private sail, no worries as we can leave when you arrive.  We will have to conclude our sail at the normal finishing time.

If you are running late, please call 917-593-2281 ASAP. 

What are your cancellation, weather policies, terms and conditions?

Cancellation Policies

  • 15 days prior to sail booked: You may cancel and receive a refund minus a 15% service fee.
  • Within 5 to 15 days of sail booked: You can reschedule your sail up to October 31st of the next years sailing season and no refund will be made available.
  • Within 5 days of sail booked: No re-booking and no refund.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes early as we will set sail five minutes past your scheduled sailing time. If you do not arrive by five minutes past your scheduled departure (even by one minute) no refund will be made available.  This policy is designed to make sure everyone gets their proper sailing time as with a tight schedule we cannot delay our departure.
  • If you cannot make your sail for any reason, for example, illness, lost luggage, traffic, delayed subway’s, etc. you will be able to join any public non-private sail that has seats available within two hours of that sail as long as there is already a booking.  For example, if the 6pm sail already has two people booked you may request to join that sail after 4pm.  This offer is valid for the same year of your originally booked sail and will expire on October 31st of that same year. 

Weather Policies, Terms and Conditions

  • Tribeca Sailing NYC reserves the right to cancel any sail due to adverse weather conditions. Adverse conditions include but are not limited to: excessive winds, thunder and lightning storms and other extreme conditions.  We will make every attempt to notify you two hours prior to your sail if there will be a cancellation.  There may be times when we are not able to contact you with two hours notice. Only the captain of the vessel can cancel a sail due to weather conditions.
  • If Tribeca Sailing NYC cancels you sail due to adverse weather conditions you will receive an email voucher valid until October 31st of the following sailing season. If your entire party has arrived in New York by airline and cannot book another sail during your stay we will make exceptions to our cancellation policy and offer you a full refund minus a 15% service fee.  
  • Please note that sailing will occur during the following conditions: Light rain, cloudy skies, cold or hot temperatures and humid conditions. Click here for more details.
  • Re-booked sails are not able to be changed or cancelled.  Re-booked sails are for equal or lesser value sails booked. You may upgrade with an additional charge to any sail of more value.  Re-booked sail of lesser value will not receive a refund but you will receive a credit for another sail valid until the end of the following sailing season.
  • Tribeca Sailing NYC cannot be responsible for last minute mechanical failures. If you sail is cancelled for mechanical reason you will receive a full refund.
  • Length of time for each sail is flexible in nature due to tides, winds and other weather conditions. Sailing NYC cannot be held responsible for sails that end earlier or later than scheduled.  There are no full or partial refunds for sails ending prior to the scheduled arrival time.  
  • Safety is our priority. Tribeca Sailing NYC strongly recommends that each passenger wear a USCG approved Life Jacket. New York State law requires persons under the age of 13 must wear a Life Jacket. Parents or guardians are responsible for determining if a minor ages 13-17 must wear a Life Jacket. Adults 18 years old and up have the sole responsibility to decide if they wish or wish not to wear a Life Jacket. If you wish to wear a Life Jacket one will be made available.  The person booking the sail is required to inform everyone in their party about our life vest policy prior to boarding.
  • Passengers under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Infants and children regardless of age are considered in the six person maximum.  This is requirement  by the USCG.
  • All passengers, parents or guardians are required to sign a release form. No passenger will be allowed go sailing without signing the release form.  Refusal to sign a release form will not result in a refund.
  • Tribeca Sailing NYC will not sail with just one person signed up for a specific time slot without obtaining approval prior to making a reservation.
  • Gift Certificates are non-refundable.
  • Gift Certificates are valid until the end of the following sailing season regardless of the time stamp on certificate. For example if purchased May of 2018, the certificate is valid until the October 31st of the 2019 sailing season.  All gift certificates have a face value and may require additional payment if set prices are increased.
  • Privacy Policy and Personal Information: During registration on this website, we may collect personal contact and/or transaction related information for Tribeca Sailing NYC use only. We may also collect certain website usage data.  We will not sell, share, or otherwise distribute this information to any third party without your consent and knowledge.
Need a photographer for your special event?

John Marolakos  Photography, 917-815-3972

Can I play my own music on board?

Yes, Tara has a Bluetooth speaker for you to connect to your phone so you can play any music of your choice during your private sail.


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