Seas the Day

Sailing vessel Seas the Day was built in 1996 in France. She is a Beneteau First 42s7, designed by Bruce Farr. A fiberglass compartment sloop, she has a diesel auxiliary and three double cabins giving ample room below.

The vessel has special distinction of having a Maritime Administration (MARAD) waiver and can be used as an uninspected passenger vessel.

Seas the Day has spent most of her time in Hawaii as a charter sailboat. She is a boat that offers sailing luxury to anyone who sails with her.

Come sail with us in one of the most beautiful places in the world, Hawaii.

Seas the Day recent haulout

Meet the Crew

Captain Kim Rupnow

Captain Kim, Rob’s daughter, is a great captain in her own right. Before joining her father, she worked on a charter boat on the Hood River. She also crossed the Atlantic on a 145-foot sailboat. Kim won second in the state of Hawaii sailing on the race team for Mid-Pacific High School.

Carmela Ramos

First Mate of Seas the Day. An experienced sailor since the ’70s, Carm owned her own race boat in Oregon and entered many races there. She grew up in Santa Cruz, California, and learned to sail through a University of California Santa Cruz class and has been hooked on sailing ever since. Carmela cannot think of anything that is more fun to do than sail.