Liberty, one of several tall-masted ships in Key West, is an 80-foot schooner that sails daily. A second ship, the Liberty ... More
Liberty, one of several tall-masted ships in Key West, is an 80-foot schooner that sails daily. A second ship, the Liberty Clipper, is a 125-foot skimmer that sails the sea and offers barbecue cruises with live music. There's nothing like an adventure on a sailing ship. Both are available for charters, for weddings, birthdays, anniversaries or any special occasions, as well as for business meetings for up to 125 people.
The dinner/sunset cruise out of Key West was a blast. The Liberty Clipper was ship-shape, the crew friendly and professional, and the food was tasty and plentiful. Of course, the "star" of the evening was the sunset, which couldn't have been better. The guests on my cruise were from all over, we enjoyed each other’s company, and all felt safe under the vigilant watch of Captain Ron.
I strongly recommend this cruise - the experience is a good value for the money.
this sunset cruise was included in our b&b package so i was expecting cheap. i was wrong. the ship was gorgeous. the captain and crew were friendly, funny, and gave a lot of history. there was free all-you-can -consume wine, champagne, beer, soda and water. we boarded around 6:15 and pulled back into the dock after 8:30.
my husband was asked to help raise a sail. he loved the experience. the crew will allow you to steer the ship and take pics at the wheel.
the sunset was breathtaking. i got numerous photos that were picture perfect.
this particular cruise line seemed to be a lot less crowded than the other boats doing the same thing. there was room to sit or move around. i would highly recommend this to anyone visiting key west.
We took the sunset sail on the 80' Liberty Clipper schooner. It was PHENOMONAL! Worth every penny. Great crew, polite, flexible and safe. We boarded about 6:15pm and returned after 8:00pm. There was complimentary beer, wine, champagne and soda and they played great music during the sail. The crew will pose for pictures with you (when not working) and will let you take pictures at the wheel of the ship. We saw the dolphins during their sunset play time. And of course - sunset views to die for! I will do this every time I go to Key West. It's a MUST for everyone!
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