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Sunday, November fourth, was a perfect Cape Cod day. The sun was shining, there was a good wind, and it wasn’t too cold. In the eyes of Ryan Peterson, it was the perfect day for sailing. In fact, there is no question that sailing is what he would have decided…

Something Old, Something New…

Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Red, White, & Blue 2018 was a season like Catboat Charters has never seen. It started with an overwhelming surprise win of Best Of The Vineyard 2018 and it ended with a Surprise of a very different nature…but we’ll get to that later….

August Cool

Once again, another month has past and we couldn’t be more overwhelmed with our adventures on the high seas! First of all, the weather has been truly amazing and it’s been great to see so many people out and enjoying our beautiful island. We’re honored, as always, that so many…

A Very Special Sail

Photo: Captain Kurt Peterson and Chris Wedholm Last night, shortly after six p.m., Captain Kurt and Deckhand Haleigh welcomed guests aboard Tigress for a sunset sail. The night was warm, the sky was mostly clear, but streaked with a few clouds, the makings of the kind of sunset for which…

The Best Of The Vineyard

What a wonderful month June has been so far! The weather has been perfect for sailing—warm but not too hot, windy, but not too windy—and everyone has been in good spirits because of it. The improvements that Captain Kurt made to our Tigress, over the winter months, have her looking…

Great Harbor

After Thomas Mayhew purchased Martha’s Vineyard in 1642, his son, Thomas Mayhew Jr set out to begin a colony of families in what was then known as Great Harbor. Little did they know just how great a harbor she would become… In 1671, the three-year-old son of King James II…