Voyage Planning Made Simple
Take your boat to the destinations you have always dreamed about; with the guidance of a well-prepared voyage plan.
We prepare custom voyage plans for power and sail boaters, to help you reach your destination.
Daytrips, Weekend Getaways, and Beyond!
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Welcome to Untold Horizon LLC
"A well-crafted Passage Plan takes a lot of the guesswork and surprises out of any voyage. If you have a plan, you can spot things going wrong early and take corrective action. If you don’t have a plan, you may not discover that something is going wrong until it has gotten serious.
All professional mariners are taught to develop a thorough Passage Plan before every voyage. It takes training to know where to look for information, and it takes time to prepare one. Untold Horizon will do that for you.
Capt. Dann was a student of mine at Maine Maritime Academy, and I am delighted to offer him my unconditional endorsement as a true professional mariner. His expertise in this area will serve you well."
Captain G. Andy Chase
Professor of Marine Transportation
Maine Maritime Academy
Author of Auxiliary Sail Vessel Operations: For the Aspiring Professional Sailor
It is our mission to provide the recreational boating community with the knowledge and experience of merchant mariners. With shared knowledge we hope that everyone can take on that dream voyage, and do it safely with our passage planning services.
Merchant mariners prepare custom voyage plans for recreational boaters
Our comprehensive passage plans are designed around several key factors:
Type of vessel and condition
Navigation equipment available
This voyage planning process allows us to provide our customers with a safe, well thought out product, that lets them get underway with confidence and comfort.
Why Choose Us for Voyage Planning
· In 2016, the Coast Guard counted 4,463 accidents that involved 701 deaths, 2,903 injuries and approximately $49 million dollars of damage to property as a result of recreational boating accidents.
· Where instruction was known, 77% of deaths occurred on boats where the operator did not receive boating safety instruction. Only 13% percent of deaths occurred on vessels where the operator had received a nationally-approved boating safety education certificate.
· Operator inattention, operator inexperience, improper lookout, excessive speed, and machinery failure rank as the top five primary contributing factors in accidents.
· Operator inattention, and operator inexperience accounted for 1077 accidents, 107 deaths, and 674 injuries in 2016
· Weather accounted for 214 accidents, 41 deaths, and 103 injuries.
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