Food & Drink
On all of our sails we offer water, soft drinks, beer, ale, wine, prosecco, sparkling rosé, rum punch, and a selection of salty & crunchy snacks for sale.
For your private charter, we can provide you with a variety of options for food and drink, including an upgraded wine list.
We offer delicious brunch options from the Cove Café.
For lunch or dinner, we can offer you a complete lobster-bake with clam chowder, lobster and all the fixings (or a one-half BBQ chicken), prepared by the Gloucester House Restaurant and served onboard as we anchor off a harbor island or near a secluded cove. This meal includes clam chowder, lobster or chicken, cornbread, corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw, and watermelon for dessert. Plan for at least a 3-hour charter for this seafood feast/sail.
Another option is the Chowda and Lobsta Roll Special. This is prepared by the Gloucester House and includes a cup of clam chowder and a fresh lobster roll. It’s delicious and easy to serve and eat while underway.
We also have lots to choose from off of our À la carte catering menu, all provided by the Gloucester House Restaurant.
You may also use your own caterer. If you choose to bring your own food or hire someone, we have a $100 outside catering fee, and the caterer must provide all plates, napkins, cutlery, serving utensils, and any service personnel as needed.
We have a liquor license, so you cannot bring your own alcohol onboard. We offer water, soft drinks, beer, ale, wine, prosecco, sparkling rosé, rum punch, and an upgraded wine list.
Because of our liquor license, passengers may not carry alcohol on or off the vessel with them.
You can choose to have a cash bar where your guests pay for their own drinks, or if you prefer, we can keep a tab and have one person settle up for the drinks at the end of your sail. All private charters require a two-hour minimum and include the services of our captain, crew, and bartender. (See exceptions above). Our crew works hard to show you and your guests a good time. Crew gratuities are always appreciated, 15-22% is customary.