Welcome aboard! Join us for a sail on Usquaebach our 40' sailing
yacht. You can enjoy sailing, snorkeling, and swimming in the spectacularly clear waters of The Bay Islands.
Usquaebach's gracious enclosed cockpit can easily host a party of eight guests for
a day sail with ample space on her decks. We also offer overnight and extended cruises where you can visit
some world class snorkeling and dive spots in Roatan's many unspoiled anchorages or visit the islands of Utila and Guanaja.
Our sturdy skiff, Wee Dram, can take you to shore for a walk on pristine beaches where you can hunt
for shells and buried treasure. We can also take you to port where the Reggae music on a starlight evening can inspire
you to dance the night away!
Whether you experience romantic nights for two, or a fun-filled day sail with family or friends, you will
have memories to last a lifetime. Captain Don & Yvonne Cameron
Our Four Hour Day Sail from Oak Ridge Marina, includes your choice of itinerary.
Your party can just take a relaxing sail with the Captain and mates doing all the sailing or take the helm under the expert
guidance of Captain Cameron.
Try your hand at fishing, do a little snorkeling or take a refreshing swim in our pristine waters while we
anchor for lunch.
Our stern swim platform provides easy access for swimming and snorkeling. We recommend you bring your own
snorkel gear but rental is available. Usquaebach
has a fresh water shower on board for you and your gear.
OR you can choose a sail to world renowned Hole In The Wall for their special "all you can
eat" BBQ lunch. (BBQ meal is an additional charge). While visiting Hole In The Wall go on an optional Mangrove canopy tour. A
local guide can take you through this ancient hand dug Mayan cannel on a genuine Bay Island Cayuco.
Day Cruise Departure. Cruises leave Oak Ridge Marina at 10:00am returning to Oak Ridge at
2:00pm. While underway beverages, snacks and lunch will be served.
Email us for a quote based on the number of people in your party and the services you require.
Extended cruises in the Bay Islands include gourmet meals, prepared with the freshest and
finest ingredients this region offers. Menu and beverage selections upon request. Accommodations for 2 - 4 guests are provided
in the spacious forward cabin with private head and in the aft Captains Quarters with a queen size berth, private head and
shower. Guests are welcome in the fully appointed galley and cockpit saloon.
Your Captain & Crew - Captain Don Cameron, holds a USCG 100 ton Masters License, Don
and wife/first mate, Yvonne are seasoned sailors with over 30 years experience sailing off shore in the US from Block Island
to the Florida Keys and sailing Usquaebach from the Chesapeake Bay to Roatan, Honduras in 2005.
Captain Cameron also spent 5 years sailing in the Mediterranean and is a PADI certified Open Ocean Scuba Diver. Our other
mate Edsel Dilbert is a local Roatanian eager to insure that you are a happy guest.
FEATURES: Usquaebach is a 40' Gulfstar Ketch. Fully
refitted from keel to top mast in 2005. She has all the USCG required safety equipment on board and many additional
safety features including VHF radios, SSB radio, auto helm and GPS navigation systems. Other features include:
* 8 ft sailing tender with a 2 hp engine * 12 ft skiff with a 15 hp engine * Spinnaker * Fishing gear
* Snorkel gear * VCR player/VCR library * CD player/CD library * Stereo system *Games/Books
*Cellular phone * Hammock * Large Comfortable Enclosed Center Cockpit * Cockpit Cushions * Deck Cushions *
BBQ * 8 Opening Ports * Refrigeration * Ice Maker
For quotes please email Usquaebach@earthlink.net or call from the US 011 504 3287 2297 cell.
Deposit required at time of booking, non refundable within 8 hours of cruise. Full cash payment at time of
departure. All cruises are weather dependant. We reserve the right to cancel at any time.
Remember: "Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed
by the things you didn't do than by the ones that you did." - Mark Twain. So, throw off the docklines, catch the trade winds
and enjoy a day or longer aboard Usquaebach.