Bonnie Lynn St. Kitts
Eilean Donan Scotland, Bonnie Lynn

We would like to introduce you to our schooner, 'Bonnie Lynn'.  She evokes images of a bygone era, where old world charm envelops you, while you rest in the luxury of modern day amenities.  She was built at Treworgy Yachts in Palm Coast, Florida and motored to Islesboro, Maine to outfit her.
We launched 'Bonnie Lynn' in August 1998 and since then have logged over 100,000 miles.  Our travels have taken us from Cape Breton, Nova Scotia to Grenada in the Eastern Caribbean. In 2005 we did a trans-Atlantic crossing from  the Virgin Islands, via the Azores to Ireland and Scotland, then south along the coast of Portugal.  On the return trip to the Caribbean we stopped in  Madeira and the Canaries before returning to the Grenadines. For eight years we traveled between Maine and the Caribbean, chartering year round. However, since 2006 we have chartered summer and fall, primarily in New England, from Newport, Rhode Island to Maine and occasionally back to Nova Scotia. 
Our homeport is Islesboro, Maine in Penobscot Bay, one of Maine's premiere cruising grounds.  The sailing is spectacular and the scenery is breathtaking.  We comfortably accommodate up to six overnight passengers, if a family group, up to eight.  Since the boat is booked exclusively by your party, our itinerary is flexible and designed to suit your particular desires.  Our charters have ranged from a few hours to three months, ages 2 to 92.  

Relaxing in the hammock Bonnie Lynn in Portugal
lobster feast Bonnie Lynn
Sunset Maine Coast aboard Bonnie Lynn
Lunch aboard Bonnie Lynn
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