Liberty Charters is a family oriented operation providing private charters for up to six passengers. Children are welcome. Captain Herk Wetherill grew up in Cape May and knows both the waters and the history of the greater area. If it's dolphins you want, a history tour, or a peaceful sunset cruise, we can give you the goods. Be sure to bring food and drink.
1.... of or relating to the first class or rank.
2.... in accordance with a coherent system considered as having its parts perfectly coordinated to their purpose.
3.... the Fairchild Yachts Scout 30 “Liberty”
Webster summed it up well and “Liberty” is every bit classic and very cool. Impeccable in every detail, the Fairchild Yachts Scout 30 “Liberty” was owned by its designer, Ben Ostlund as the last hull produced by the original manufacturer, Fairchild Yachts of San Diego, California. The Scout 30 makes no concessions to nostalgia. Nothing about her design is extraneous or superficial. The overwhelming resemblance to a yacht of the 20’s was not a contrived marketing stratagem. The Scout 30 was a result of a desire to design the most natural configuration for a 30′ flush deck motor cruising yacht. It’s not really a 20’s design, it’s a timeless design. A nautical jewel with comfort, efficiency and room below befitting for lazy harbor jaunts or cruising destinations out of sight, the Scout 30 “Liberty” is a timeless classic.
Liberty is an example of the Andreyale 10m, and is 33 feet long. The first Andreyale 10m was designed and built on commission for the famous La Rochelle restaurant in France. It was designed by marine architects Joubert and Nivelt. Since 1991 the Andreyale 10m has proven her seaworthiness in difficult sailing conditions in Brittany, Corsica and off the Northeastern coast of America. The cabin is vast and generously lit by bevelled glass glazing. Starboard, the kitchen, with its refined satin mahogany woodwork, is equipped with a stove and a pressurized water sink. The whole is fittingly masked making the cabin feel like a large living room.