WIN A KEY WEST SUNSET SAIL
100% of proceeds will support the Tyler Island Hurricane Recovery Fund!
If you haven't heard, one of our captains, Tyler Martin, lost his boat which was also his home, in Hurricane Ian.
To continue to help him reach his GoFundMe goal, we are gifting a FREE Key West Sunset Sail aboard luxury yacht Kaimana (valued at $1,545) to one lucky donor. As an added bonus, if you share the cause and win, you'll receive a SECOND sunset sail to gift to friends aboard Don't Blink!
Make a donation, be entered to win, and help our crew: 100% of the proceeds will go towards Tyler's recovery efforts.
*If you are the winner and shared the donation link to Facebook or Instagram, you'll be able to gift a FREE 3-hour sunset sail (valued at $1,145) for 4 aboard Don't Blink, a 38' monohull sailing yacht, to anyone you'd like!
Best of all? Your captain will be none other than THE Captain Tyler himself!
A 5-star captain and sailing instructor, Captain Tyler will ensure you and up to 5 of your guests (that's right, 6 TOTAL PEOPLE!) have an amazing experience with a front row seat to a world famous Key West sunset.
Giveaway closes on October 31, 2022. Already donated? Thank you so much - you're already entered!
CAPTAIN TYLER'S JOURNEY
BUILDING THE DREAM OF SAILING
Watch Captain Tyler working on his boat before the impacts of Hurricane Ian took his boat, and his home, away for good.
CAPTAIN TYLER SHARES THANKS AND AN UPDATE FROM INSIDE THE BOAT
Sideways in the boat, diesel fuel all over most items, and sad to see his belongings ruined. Regardless, he says "it's been an incredible experience to see my friends and family and community coming together to make sure I have what I need and a roof over my head. It's incredible."
CBS NEWS COVERAGE
A Key West sailor was weeks away from a dream trip. Then Hurricane Ian crushed his home.
THE DEMOLITION BEGINS WITH CAPTAIN TYLER'S BOAT MAST REMOVAL
Tyler hasn't had an opportunity to contact everyone just yet, but he is very grateful for all the support and love passed his way since the storm hit. He feels exceptionally fortunate to have such an amazing group of friends and family providing a level of support he never imagined was possible.