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Adventure Charterboats is no longer providing captained Sailing and Scuba charters in Milwaukee, WI. We love Milwaukee and for the last 12 years we really enjoyed giving people a chance to see how beautiful it is from out on the lake. In June 2018 Capt Rick and Lara got married and in July they moved aboard s/v Mai Tai and sailed away! Their path took them down to the Caribbean via the St Lawrence Seaway! To find out where they are and/or follow their adventures you can find their blog on Facebook at:The Adventures of s/v Mai Tai.

Want to experience what it’s like to livaboard a catamaran in the Caribbean? Whether you are considering this lifestyle and want to find out if its for you or just want to get out of town for some sailing, diving, and exploring a week on sv Mai Tai will be an unforgettable! If you want to know more, email us at: captainrick@adventurecharterboats.com.

Mai Tai

Mai Tai is a 1995 Jeanneau Lagoon 37 TPI catamaran. She has 3 staterooms (bedrooms), 2 heads (bathrooms), 3 showers, a well appointed galley, a beautiful salon and a spacious cockpit. The interior is oiled teak and the floors are teak and holley.

Mai Tai has modern electronics including radar, computer gps electronic navagation, a marine VHF radio, a single-sideband radio and an EPIRB. Her Engines are twin Perkins M20’s. In sails she has a 110 Genoa, a Main, a Screecher and an asymmetrical spinnaker. She can cruise around 7 knots with just the motors and 8-10 knots under sail with a good wind. The fastest that Captain Rick has sailed her was 12.7 knots!

Built by Tillotson-Pearson Inc in Rhode Island Mai Tai is a federally documented vessel. Her construction is hand laid up fiberglass laminates. Superior hull strength is acheived by a design characteristic not found in conventional Multi-Hulls. The bridge deck is incorporated with the inner half of each hull; the outer halves of the port and stbd. hulls are chemically bonded to the center portion–a preferred construction design. Balsa core is used for the hull and deck for stiffness, strength, and insulation. The construction specifications are in line with the highest standards for composite materials, including tridirectional glass, marine plywood impregnated with vinylester resin. All bulkheads and other bondings are made using two layers of bi-directional glass roving.

 

Down The Hatch-Musings from Capt Rick