Vessel Description

74 ft. overall Custom built Steel Schooner
Beam 20 ft. Draft 5 ft. Centerboard up.
USCG Certified for 42 day passengers or 19 overnight
2 heads
350 gal. fresh water
2 showers (one on deck)
19 Bunks
Spacious bunk living with curtains for privacy
equipped galley (pots ,pans,silverware,cups,ect.)
Large dining area


Single Side Band Radio
VHF. Radio
Powered by 130 hp. John Deere Diesel engine
3 burner alcohol stove
deck grill
5 cu.ft. freezer
32’ long boat with 6 rowing stations used as launch and rowing
equipped with 5 hp.outboard
fishing gear
two kayaks
snorkle gear and bouyancy vests

The vessel ‘Dream Catcher” is a 74’ Steel Schooner. She was built at Treworgy Yachts in Palm Coast, Florida in 1996. She was designed by marine architects Woodin and Marean from Maine. Her conception, design factors and interior design came from Captain John Duke. John grew up on the waters of Biscayne Bay in Miami, Florida and has been sailing these waters for 40 years. During this time he has worked with scientific research groups, youth groups, environmental groups. Captain John has been USCG licensed since 1979 sailing the Florida Keys and Bahamas. The“Dream Catcher” is now sailing the waters here in South Florida.

Sleeps 19 for overnight voyages ,sail training programs, family reunions, bird watchers
Open to 42 guests for day trips

The Dream Catcher is ideal for large families,youth programs,university marine science programs and groups (scouts, clubs, students) interested in participating and learning the fundamentals of sailing, navigational skills,and marine sciences .We are looking for groups that want to be part of the adventure!

We are also available for Romantic Weddings at Sea and Family Reunions!