Destination: Monterey Bay

When aboard one of our vessels in Monterey, the focus is always on the journey rather than the destination. That's because, only at a slow cruising speed can you really enjoy and experience the subtlties of Cannery Row.

Whether you are wine tasting at the docks of the yacht club, or simply cruising down the river as the sun sets, Cannery Row and Monterey is always an interesting experience from the water. And it looks surprisingly similar now as it did when our motoryachts were commissioned and built in the late 1920's!

"Cannery Row in Monterey in California is a poem, a stink, a grating noise, a quality of light, a tone, a habit, a nostalgia, a dream."John Steinbeck

Monterey Bay Plaza

Hotel and Spa

We've partnered exclusively with Monterey Bay Plaza Hotel and Spa because they know their guests well and understand how to create a unique experience which showcases their world class resort amenities.

1929 Grandy Motoryacht

During the twenties and thirties, this extended deck configuration, known as a Lake Union Dreamboat was popular with the custom yacht builders in the Seattle area. This model, built by Grandy, is conveniently outfitted with upper and lower salons, a galley, head and master v-berth.

1926 Fellows & Stewart Sportfisher

This may be the most famous vintage yacht in California. It is IDA May, formerly owned by Stan Laurel, it was the first yacht designed as a sportfisher and for many years served as the flagship for the Santa Catalina Tuna Club. Many President, Hollywood luminaries and celebrities have graced it's salons. It is fully and conveniently equipped with two salons, a stunning galley and head.