Enjoy the Journey....

....Discover the Destination

ABOUT THE CREW

CAPTAIN AND FIRST MATE:

Captain Rachele and her sister First Mate Ariel have owned One World for the last 5 years. They have been sailing the Caribbean from Colombia to Florida primarily working in the Commarca de Guna Yala. With thousands of sea miles, experience in all aspects of sailing; from diesel mechanics to bread making they are well-rounded sailors. After 5 years working in the hospitality and charter industry they go above and beyond to make your stay as comfortable and fun as humanly possible.

“WE EXPECT EXCELLENCE FROM OUR CREW AND OURSELVES, THEREFORE DELIVERING EXCELLENCE TO YOU”


DECK HAND AND COOK: We always have a deck hand ready to o er their services and we ensure we have an experienced cook to make the meals you have on-board unforgettable.


We also have two medium sized dogs: Olly and Chichi. They are super friendly, well behaved and clean.

Sailing One World Ltd. is a company that always provides the most outstanding service. We make a promise to uphold our commitments, treat everyone with kindness and respect and always have the most fun possible.

We maintain a strict adherence to safety procedures and regulations.

One World and her sailors have great respect for the earth and the ocean and strive to employ 'green' practice wherever possible.

We are committed to making a difference in the lives of the people we come in contact with, through education about sailing, the cultures we visit, and the ocean at large.

Above all we work very hard to make your time on One World unforgettable.

COMPANY STATEMENT

ABOUT THE BOAT

One World Specs

Steel Hull

  25 tons

  64' overall 13' beam

  Gaff Rig

  90hp Ford Bowman diesel engine

  220 gal water capacity

  300 gal diesel tank

All emergency equipment, EPERB, liferaft, life jackets, SSB, VHF, fire extinguishers.


One World is a 64 foot brigantine schooner.  She is a one of a kind traditional sailing vessel designed by Tom Colvin. Born 1984 in Ontario, Canada, she sailed the high seas for 20 years spanning from Hawaii to Africa. In 2009 she was completely refit on the east coast of the United States.