- Home | Greeting | Features | Specs | Video | Marina | Cruising | Adventures -
- Forward Cabin | Saloon | Aft Cabins | Sails | Cockpit | Enclosure | On deck -
 - Plotter and Radar | Marine Head | Refue
lling | Seacocks| Engine | Batteries | Dinghy | Anchoring -
- Inventory | Manuals | US/Canada Border | Winter | Thoughts | Troubleshooting -

These web pages are designed to be available online before charter and on an on board tablet when on the boat. 

Welcome aboard! Cassiopeia is an excellent choice, no matter whether you are serious sailor wanting a boat that performs well, or a group that included individuals who are sensitive to cold and motion.  The deep keel makes for a stable boat, and the enclosure windows can be adjusted to provide shelter and comfort for all aboard.

Set up on cool days or evening and early mornings, the enclosure makes the cockpit a comfortable gazebo for meals and socializing outdoors with protection from wind if desired.  In mornings, the enclosure warms up as soon as the sun comes up, making early departures on cool or rainy days much more pleasant.

The purpose is to familiarize captains and crews with the boat and area in advance of charter and to be a searchable reference while sailing.

Please read or skim through the various topics, preferably before you sign out, and ideally in the weeks before your charter. They provide a self-guided tour of the boat from stem to stern, and covering most of what you need to know before or during your pre-charter examination of the boat and a reference during the charter.

Checking over the boat should take about an hour. Once you have finished, Cooper dock staff will clarify any questions or uncertainties you may have about the boat.  Don't hesitate to ask questions.

- Home | Greeting | Features | Specs | Video | Marina | Cruising | Adventures -
- Forward Cabin | Saloon | Aft Cabins | Sails | Cockpit | Enclosure | On deck -
 - Plotter and Radar | Marine Head | Refue
lling | Seacocks| Engine | Batteries | Dinghy | Anchoring -
- Inventory | Manuals | US/Canada Border | Winter | Thoughts | Troubleshooting -