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Toys Available

Stand Up Paddleboards

There are three inflatable stand-up paddleboards and paddles available. The boards were designed for all-around fun for the whole family, with stability on flatwater and longboard-style surfing in small waves. 

Dahon Mariner folding bicycles

Cruise around ashore with two Mariner folding bicycles.  T.he Dahon Mariner offers supreme components like thumbshifter and derailleurs from Shimano. The Mariner comes with  rear rack and an all alloy Crankset! 

Highfield Dinghy

2022 Highfield 12 foot hard-bottom rigid Tender with 18hp outboard available for transportation to and fro.

Wing and Foil Board

A complete set up of a Naish S26 Hover Wing Foilboard with a Naish Wing Surfer MK 4.5 is available to try out during windy days.

Snorkeling Equipment

Whether you like to dive deep or just frolic by the surface, exploring the underwater world of your destination is an absolute must. When you choose particular destinations renowned for their excellent scuba diving and snorkeling you’ll find an array of diving and snorkeling gear on board your private superyacht.

Sport Fishing Equipment

Exensive sport fishing equipment with two sport fishing rods/reels and large assortment of salt water lures to bring home that fresh catch for sushi or on the grill.

Meal Add-ons

This is designed to be a bareboat charter with skipper/crew.  Thus, your group is in charge of your own food plans.  However, our team can help with the following:

What Our Previous Guests Say...

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Walter, Aug 2023 - sailing in Northeast

Magnificent sailing adventure...Cruising from Newport to Cuttyhunk Island, then Hadley Harbor (and Woods Hole) to Martha's Vineyard then back to Newport with a stop in Block Island--thank you Todd LaBaugh and Sandy LaBaugh for an amazing adventure and truly unforgettable experience.  You are amazing hosts, terrific conversationalists and your great taste in music was much appreciated...
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