SailTime members sail all season long for a fixed fee
Please use the tabs at the top of the page to learn more about SailTime Boston, and be sure to visit our fleet page. Fill out the Request Information page and to find out why SailTime Boston is the smart and easy way to sail Boston Harbor.
SailTime is an ASA awarded Sailing School
As an American Sailing Association (ASA) affiliate, SailTime Boston’s partner Black Rock Sailing School offers the very best in quality on-water sailing education. Increase your knowledge and improve your skills with one of our highly qualified US Coast Guard licensed instructor/captains. We offer a full range of ASA certifications from basic keelboat to advanced coastal cruising and more. We specialize in teaching safe and effective docking techniques to ease stress when going in and out of the slip. Visit us and learn why we received the prestigious ASA Outstanding School Award.
Weekdays : 9am to 6pm
Weekends : 9am to 6pm
Boston Harbor is an incredibly exciting place to sail for both its past and present. The harbor was the site of the Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Bunker Hill, and waterfront commerce continues to be an important part of Boston’s business. The U.S.S. Constitution (“Old Ironsides”) was built in Boston Harbor in the 1790’s and once again calls the Harbor home, bridging the past and the present. Today, the Harbor is home to the 16-island Boston Harbor Islands State Park.
Boston is such an exciting place to sail. You can sail around the historic harbor islands and go ashore to picnic or sight-see with your family and friends. You can take a short sail north to Marblehead or Salem. You can enjoy a weekend trip to Provincetown on Cape Cod. Or you can plan a longer trip to Block Island or Martha’s Vineyard. Come and explore all that Boston Harbor and Cape Cod Bay have to offer.
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