Malabar Charters | home
About "Tar Baby" | "Tar Baby" Photos | Ports-of-Call | Amenities | Sample Menu | Rates | Contact Us | Related Books | Links
Also available to Tar Baby guests who choose to cruise Cape Cod and the Islands is "Spray", our 26 foot bassboat made famous by its original owner, Pulitzer Prize winning author John Hersey in his now-classic best selling book about fishing entitled "Blues".
Although Tar Baby is a classic yacht, she has been upgraded with all the modern conveniences, including hot/pressurized water, shower, three heads, shore power, refrigeration, stereo/CD player, television and VCR.
Stained glass cabinets, raised panels with mahogany accents, pullman sinks, oil lamps, and even a fireplace fashioned in brass and imported Delph tile still give you the feeling of Old World style and elegance.
Separate Crew Quarters
For the privacy of our guests, Tar Baby was designed with totally separate crew quarters in the foc'sle, with its own private head and sink.
Tar Baby sports two classic tenders, a 1912 Lawley rowing dory in mint condition, and an equally pristine power dinghy built by Consolidated in 1930.
Upon request, Tar Baby can carry a windsurfer or a kayak for the use of our guests.
Our first mate is also a wonderful chef, and spectacular meals are prepared on board for your enjoyment. Please see our Sample Menu. Special requests or dietary restrictions are happily accomodated.
Thorfinn Maciver takes the helm of Tar Baby for the 2003 season with twenty years of experience behind him as a captain of classic yachts.
Tar Baby cabin layout