Great time! True is a fantastic boat with plenty of style. Ben is a fantastic captain and a delight to be around. I cannot recommend sailing with h...
Great time! True is a fantastic boat with plenty of style. Ben is a fantastic captain and a delight to be a...
Unique Vacation Getaway on a 44-Foot Sailboat near Bainbridge Island, WashingtonPuget Sound, Washington (United States)
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· Jacuzzi/Hot Tub · Barbecue
This unique vacation getaway near Bainbridge Island, Washington can accommodate up to four guests at a time. The cabin of the sailboat is furnished with a king-size bed, while the galley berth contains a full-size bed and the pilothouse contains a single bed. There is a full private bathroom and a small kitchenette, which contains stainless steel appliances and plenty of cookware for guests to use. There is a small dining table built into the side of the boat, as well as a large sofa and small collection of books located beneath the deck. On deck, guests will find cherry red L-shaped sofas and a center table, with plenty of space available on the bow for spreading out. The deck also has a hammock situated under the sails. Read More
- Dining table
- Kitchen equipment
- Outdoor furniture
- Tea kettle
- Shared Jacuzzi/Hot tub
- Fire pit
- Shared Barbecue
The tiny house, which shares the property with the main house, has a private bathroom with toilet and shower, sink, a coffee pot, and a mini-fridge.Read More
- Bicycle rental
Location + Surroundings
This unique accommodation is located in the cabin and berth of a historic Person Countess Ketch, which sails and anchors around Bainbridge Island in Washington. The idyllic sailboat, which is named True, was designed and built in 1965 by the renowned naval architect, John Alden. The 44-foot boat has a picturesque cherry red hull and a comfortable deck, where guests can sit and relax as the boat sails around the waters of Elliott Bay and Eagle Harbor. The sound is recognized for its rich history of fur trading through the Hudson’s Bay Company, but is now celebrated for its scenic views and abundance of flora and fauna that inhabit the area. A second accommodation, which belongs to the owners of True, is situated right by the Eagle Harbor and Seattle Ferry, which travels back and forth between the city of Seattle and the island a few times a day. Read More
- Water sports
Glampers spending the night on this beautiful Alden sailboat will enjoy a picturesque evening under the stars in Puget Sound. After boarding the boat in Eagle Harbor, guests can take off for a trip around the bay, with views of Bainbridge Island visible from the deck. Glampers can then stop and watch the sunset over the water while lying back on the deck cushions, or curl up in the hammock and listen to the water lapping against the hull. In the mornings, guests will enjoy a light breakfast of pastries, juice, fruit, and coffee or tea.
On Bainbridge Island, glampers can ride bikes along the harbor or venture into town for a scoop of ice cream or a bite to eat. The village also boasts the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, and plenty of state parks, which are home to the diverse species that inhabit Bloedel Reserve. The island has a variety of wineries, breweries, and distilleries as well, where guests can try one of the local brews or wines while watching herons fly over the bay.
- Some spaces are shared
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 60 days prior to check-in.
Glampers who book a night on the sailboat must also book the sunset sail package. The security deposit is $182.