what do i need to bring?
Apart from provisions and comfortable clothes, we recommend you bring sunglasses/sunblock to protect your skin. You can bring a change of clothes to wash up at the end of the day if you wish.
How much space is there in the fridge for provisions?
The boat is equipped with a mini-fridge and a small freezer compartment that can be found above on the counter.
are pets allowed on the boat?
We welcome pets on board strictly for short-haul trips (max. 2D1N cruises). Kindly note that owners are expected to take accountability for their pets during their duration of their sail.
is there drinking water on board?
While the yacht is equipped with a water tank, we recommend including bottled water in your provisions/purchasing a drink package as the water might have an undesirable smell.
Must I be able to swim?
No, there is sufficient life-saving equipment on board. Guests who cannot swim are advised to practice personal responsibility and not put themselves into situations which might compromise their safety. DSA will not be held responsible for any resulting injury or death.
Is there air conditioning on board?
Yes, there is air-conditioning in the cabins below deck.
Can someone else take my place on board?
Due to covid-19 regulations, places on board are non-transferable after we have confirmed the passenger list upon your registration. Please refer to our refund policy if you are unable to make it.
is there parking at the marina?
There is usually ample parking space at One Degree 15 Marina. The following charges apply:
How many Cabins are there?
Our main boat is a comfortable french built 45ft monohull that has great sailing performance, it is equipped with 3 cabins.
The master cabin (top left and right) comes with a Queen sized mattress and access to a private toilet. The junior cabins (bottom left and right) are fitted with a junior XL mattress.
Each cabin can sleep up to 2 people. There is also a bed in the living area which we can convert to a double bed in the evening if your group size is 8. Sometimes guests choose to sleep under the stars on the deck as well or bring a hammock to tie on the boat.