This historic sailing vessel previously sailed for Windjammer Barefoot Cruises. After that company went out of business the ship had an uncertain future until January 2012, when entrepreneur Charles Kropke and a group of investors purchased the vessel. The ship has been completely refurbished including the addition of a new air-conditioning system. Taking a voyage on this sailing ship doesn't mean you have to rough it. All cabins include a private shower, bathroom for two guests, 110 volt AC power, wardrobe storage, and steward service.
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Ralph 66 27 Grenadine loop1 users found this review helpful.
The Mandalay is NOT out of service. She has been sailing under Captain Sylvester since 2012 and I have sailed each year. I am booked for 2 more fun weeks in July 2016. I HIGHLY...read more
Jared 50 12 St Martin19 users found this review helpful.
I have been on the Mandalay some 15 years ago when it was still part of the Windjammer Barefoot Cruises fleet. I thought I knew what to expect in terms of non-luxurious cruising. I was appalled...read more
Pat 55 1 Grenadines14 users found this review helpful.
I always dreamed of going on a cruise, but my husband did not want a "floating hotel" experience. We both ranked the SV Mandalay experience a 10+.! Plentiful food. They used many local...read more
Bill H 55 10 The Grenadines30 users found this review helpful.
"Like a phoenix rising from its ashes, the spirit of Windjammer is alive and well with the new Windjammer --Windjammer Sailing Adventures!! My wife and I have just returned from the...read more