We still have space available on Tall Ship Manitou’s 3, 4 and 6 day windjammer cruises. Sail during the day and anchor at a different destination each night. Click here for more information.
Advance purchase strongly recommended.
or call Zerve at (888) 959-2655.
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Join us aboard the 114’ tall ship Manitou or the classic sailing yacht Scout for a thrilling adventure on the spectacular waters of Grand Traverse Bay. With cruises ranging from two hours to six days we have something for everyone!
Step into "the age of sail" aboard this majestic replica of an 1800’s coasting cargo schooner. Manitou offers two hour sails, "Floating Bed & Breakfast", and multi-day windjammer cruises.
Sail away on a luxurious private charter for up to 6 people.
Cruises range from 2 hours to a full day!
My husband and I went on the micro-brew and pizza sail on September 2, 2012, and we had a great time. It was a beautiful evening and there were many people on that particular cruise but, once we set sail and could move around, it was quite entertaining - a fun time to people-watch!risone
Our days of sailing included everything from gentle sailing, motoring, and a day of wild waves, speeding through the water at 10.5 knots. I'm not a sailor, but found it most exciting and invigorating. There were 17 guests on our cruise. Chatting with other passengers and the crew were certainly a highlight. I came with one friend, but felt like I left with a boatload of new chums. We spent our time helping the crew, reading, napping, visiting, eating - it all depended on each individuals' interests and energy.Sandy F
How about a 5-course wine tasting with a WONDERFUL Mediterranean buffet dinner as you sail the bay? A two-hour sunset cruise that was WORTH EVERY PENNY! The wine, the food and the crew were an absolute delight! The crew are young, but fun and quite capable, with the steady captain behind the wheel. WOW, what a mistake if you don’t check this out! You can even stay the night if you want or go on longer cruises.Alice from Texas