How We'll Get There

This is cruising unlike you’ve ever known. Here’s a hint why.

The Ship

The Ship

Mandalay is a 236-foot schooner with a million nautical miles and a billion pages of history. She's all wood, steel and cloth, and the perfect model for epic photography. Big and sturdy enough to keep you from getting seasick too.
The Atmosphere

The Atmosphere

It's all family and friends on Mandalay. Help hoist the sails. Take a turn at the helm. There are only 29 cabins, so the word "crowd" is foreign. Yes, each cabin has a private bathroom and … air conditioning. Say ahh. Book now.
The Sounds

The Sounds

The only sounds at sea are the melodies of "Amazing Grace" (every time the sails are raised) and the popping of the ship’s cannon (when another ship approaches within earshot). The strumming of a guitar on a lonely beach isn't out of the question.
The Rules

The Rules

The captain has two rules. One: Do not ask where we're going. Two: Do not ask when we'll get there. He and his crew navigate Mandalay as the seas allow. Where you wake up is anyone's guess. But know this: It will be amazing. Book now.