Tamarindo's Antares Sailing Adventures & Sunset Tour
Enjoy a unique Sailing Experience aboard Tamarindo's Antares Sailing Charter, a classic 80 foot Sparkman & Stephens Schooner. A perfect Costa Rica adventure tour for the whole family!
Join the family, as they sail the waters of Costa Rica's Nicoya Peninsula on one of their popular evening Sunset Cruises.
Daily sailing adventure tours include Costa Rica favorites, such as fresh local fruit, homemade guacamole, dips & a variety of delicious snacks. Quench your thirst with water, soda, beer, wine and assorted cocktails.
Enjoy live music with Argentinean guitarists playing an assortment of Reggae, Calypso and Spanish favorites.
The Schooner Sailing Ship sets sail regularly 3 days a week from Tamarindo beach, weather permitting. Daily tours leave at 3pm
in front of Le Beach Club, on Tamarindo Beach.
Book the Schooner for your own private Tamarindo Sailing Tour. We will customize your Costa Rica adventure for a breakfast, lunch, 1/2 day or sunset cruises.
Enjoy Costa Rica Sport Fishing, dolphin watching, swimming or bring your snorkeling gear. We'll even prepare your fresh catch the way you like it!
Our professional crew will cater to your every need as you enjoy the majestic Tamarindo Sunset!
Cost: $80 per person
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Did you know?
A schooner is a type of sailing ship with two or more masts rigged in a variety of ways. There are a wide range of uses for the schooner, which was historically employed in a number of industries. Modern schooners generally take the form of charter boats or replicas of historic ships, since they have been replaced in commercial use by engine powered ships. It is often possible to see at least one schooner in a large harbor, especially along the East Coast of the United States, or at a festival of tall ships.
Several things distinguish a schooner. In order to qualify as a schooner, the ship must have two or more masts, with some schooners historically having as many as six.
The front or fore mast is shorter than the rear or aft mast, and the main sail is attached to the aft mast, rather than the fore mast, as is common in some rigging plans. The sails are also fore and aft rigged, meaning that they run along the line of the keel.
Such vessels were first used by the Dutch in the 16th or 17th century, they were popular in trades that required speed and windward ability, such as slaving, privateering, and blockade running. They were also traditional fishing boats, used for offshore fishing. They were favored as pilot vessels.
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Antares Sailing Adventures & Sunset Tours
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Tamarindo, Nicoya Peninsula, Guanacaste, Costa Rica
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