Schooner Accommodations

One of our “palatial” triple cabins, showing window and sink.

Guest Cabins Aboard The Schooner Mary Day

Mary Day, the first schooner built specifically for passengers, accommodates 28 passengers in eleven double, two triple, and two single cabins. All have full headroom and opening skylights and windows to provide plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Our cabins offer maximum headroom, light and air, and are furnished with comfortable mattresses, crisp sheets, warm woolen blankets and comforters, towels, sinks, and soap.

The main salon is used for meals, games, music and general gathering. There are always hot beverages and often a fire.

All cabins have cold fresh water for washing; there is ample hot fresh water available. Each cabin has a hot water radiator tapped in to the fireplace to ward off the chill on cool evenings. There are 2 showers, one private and one on deck for rinsing off after swimming. The two heads are on deck.

In the main saloon, there’s a parlor organ for entertainment, and a fireplace to add to the cozy atmosphere. The gentle rise of the saloon staircase makes access to the deck especially easy. On deck, the spacious cabin houses and deck chairs provide plenty of space to relax with your favorite book, good company, and magnificent scenery.

After a turn at the wheel take a few minutes to enjoy the rocking chair.

Take the Tour

To give you a glimpse of the cabins on our schooner, we’ve built an interactive tour. It requires the Flash plug-in, already installed on most computers. Click here to take the tour