Capt. Ray & Ann Williamson
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New Website Feature: Where's Capt. Ray?
From Wood Stove to Your Stove -- Holiday Treats
Book Early & Save on Our Hot Deals
Holiday Greetings & Fair Winds for 2005
|New Website Feature: Where's Capt. Ray?|
Porthole opens to travels around the globe, adventures
|What does a schooner captain do in the off-season? Well, let me tell you that many years were spent on restoration of the vessels and developing the business. But, lately I have made a concerted effort to seek adventure and cultural experience. Whether sailing a Brazilian cargo schooner with the family in the West Indies, crossing the ocean as crew aboard a Dutch square-rigger or living on the beach surfing in Oahu, the winters are always interesting.
|From Wood Stove to Your Stove -- Holiday Treats|
Mandel Bread, Mexican Wedding Cookies & Sugar Cookies
||Capt. Ray has enjoyed his mother's Mandel Bread since he was a young boy. Now Ann makes it for him and hides it, just as his mother did. . . . Ann offers her Old Fashioned Sugar Cookies to provide the perfect recipe for holiday cookie cutters, and Lydia Reichert sends her recipe for Mexican Wedding Cookies, favorites when she cooked them on our schooners. Read more|
|Book Early & Save on Our Hot Deals|
Take advantage of low rates for Holiday Gift Certificates
||Reserve early on the Grace Bailey or Mercantile for special discounts on the 2005 season. We also offer those same Hot Deals on last-minute Gift Certificates. Give the trip now, but choose the date later! Read more|
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|Holiday Greetings & Fair Winds for 2005|
From Capt. Ray & Ann, Allysa and Kristi
|As 2004 comes to an end we have much to be thankful for. Our year started off on the beach in Fiji where we stopped on our return from Sydney. Kristi did a semester abroad, and we took the opportunity to visit her there. . . .
Spring fit-out was one of the best I can remember. The weather was perfect and mostly returning crew made things go smoothly. The weather turned cooler than usual, but camaraderie among the guests, high sprits of the crew, and good food made it one of our most enjoyable seasons. Read more
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