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About Manhattan by Sail

We’ve been taking people sailing in New York Harbor for more than 30 years. Our story begins back in 1972, when a salty welder named Nick van Nes sailed his 70-ft. yawl, Petrel, to the tip of the Battery in Lower Manhattan. The neighborhood, then better-known as a haven for rats and refuse than as the urban oasis it is today, left him undeterred. He built a dock, put up a sign and started taking people sailing.

Petrel quickly drew a devoted legion of locals to her decks, who reveled in the novelty of sailing a grand old yacht in a harbor not yet known for its recreational potential. Among them was a young East Village native named Tom Berton. Tom became a van Nes protogé, and when the old salt decided to close shop and sail north in 2000, he knew what he had to do. Less than a year later he founded MBS and began running public sails and charters from Petrel’s old slip aboard Shearwater, an lovely 82-ft. schooner purchased (and overhauled) over the winter.


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