ST. AUGUSTINE, FL — Sail under the Bridge of Lions at sunset, catch a one-of-a-kind view of the city’s Nights of Lights event, or look for dolphins along the Intracoastal. These are just a few of the memorable experiences you can have when you set sail with Sabrage Charters. Owned and operated by Captain Glen Davis, Jonathan Cordero, and Ian Bartlett, Sabrage is a 63-foot Custom Cooper Catamaran equipped with high-end finishes, spacious decks, and comfortable seating for up to 110 guests.
“We are thrilled and grateful to have the opportunity to bring Sabrage to St. Augustine,” explained Captain Davis of his boat named after the technique used for opening a champagne bottle with a saber. “Our mission is to show our guests a relaxing, safe, and memorable experience. Everyone that comes out can take a break from the norms of life and just have a good time. It’s what being on a boat is all about. With us, you can just kick back and enjoy the ride!”
Before moving to the Nation’s Oldest City, Captain Davis ran a catamaran day charter in St. Thomas, U.S. VirginIslands for 27 years. With tourism nearly at a halt in the Caribbean, the partners were able to fulfill their four- year-long goal of bringing Sabrage to St. Augustine. Sabrage specializes in daily excursions for individuals and group charter events including Sunset Cruise, Eco Cruise, Wine Tasting Cruise, private events, and the Nights of Lights Cruise, which begins on Saturday, November 14th.
“St. Augustine has grown so much in the last few years. We feel the market here is ready for all that we have to offer,” Captain Davis said. “Sabrage’s versatility, size, style, and class enable us to offer our trips to every demographic there is. We love to customize private trips for each customer including food and beverage packages and live music/DJ options. I’ve always said that this is the best job ever. We get to go have fun on the water and show people a great time!”
ABOUT SABRAGE CHARTERS: Sabrage Charters offers a variety of water excursions along the San Sebastian, Matanzas, and Tolomato Rivers in downtown St. Augustine and Vilano Beach. Docked at 117 Dockside Drive, St. Augustine, and currently picking up passengers at the dock in front of Culinary Outfitters, 173 Shipyard Way, Sabrage Charters hosts excursions seven days a week and in accordance with CDC guidelines, is operating at 50 percent capacity and thoroughly cleaning the boat between each trip. To learn more or to book a trip, visitwww.sabragestaugustine.com or call 904-310-4999. Follow along on social media @SabrageStAugustine.