Book your team of up to 6 people (12 by mid-October) for an incredible afternoon or evening sailing Baltimore’s Patapsco River. This is the perfect way to reward your team for a job well done or to gear up for another quarter of progress! Use our unique platform to plan for your next strategic initiative outside of the office. The setting cannot get any better- take in Baltimore from the Patapsco River and enjoy the feeling of quietly moving through the water under full sail. We are happy to cater the event for you or plan to bring your own food and beverages. There is plenty of space aboard Alyosha for lounging and/or meeting and both a men’s and women’s restroom!
What could possibly go better with sailing then enjoying some crabs with your friends and family before or afterwards? And did we mention that we always have some Taharka Brothers, Made in Baltimore ice cream aboard? Put together your group of up to 6 (12 by mid-October) friends or family members and we will ensure they have a fantastic experience on the water sailing on the Patapsco River. Any Chesapeake Bay sailor will tell you that “shoulder season” sailing (September, October, November, April and May) is the best! There is plenty of room onboard for you to celebrate your special occasion- lounge up on the trampoline on enjoy the cozy confines of Alyosha’s beautiful interior. (Both a men’s and women’s restroom are available during the trip)
And of course we have something for Baltimore’s non-profits! Join captain Steve Butz (founder of non-profit software company Social Solutions) and bring your team of up to 6 people (12 by mid-October) out on Baltimore’s Patapsco River to discuss strategy and details surrounding execution, mission and measurement. Captain Steve brings over 30 years of non-profit expertise working with some of the biggest names in non-profits (Harlem Children’s Zone, Nurse Family Partnership, Friends of the Children, BGCAs) and is willing to share his knowledge, understanding and speciality in mission measurement during the cruise. The hope here is that Alyosha becomes a conversation platform for addressing some of the toughest issues facing the city of Baltimore. Sailing in the Patapsco River, reflecting on the promise of our great city, and dialoguing about how to become even better at serving the community- all of this and more at a special non-profit price!