Our Boats

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Fun sway

The Fun Sway is an original, one of a kind boat which started its life as a self-sailing Chinese Junk. It took the Myrtle Point builder Jason Lane 9 years to construct.  Launched in 2003, from O’Bryant Park up the Coquille River the Fun Sway captained by Lane made an epic journey to all the Hawaiian Islands, hitting Mazatlán and La Paz on its way. Leaving Hawaii, Lane had to sail so far north to pick up the east trade winds that he was picking up Nome, Alaska on the radio.  Off the Alaskan Coast the Fun Sway was caught in a hurricane. Lane was terrified for his life, saying he had to stand on the port holes inside the cabin to keep them from blowing out. When building the Fun Sway, he never imagined it being fully keeled over with the port holes being exposed to hull pressure.  He rode out the storm and made it safely back to Bandon. Sometime after returning from that epic voyage Lane decided to walk away from the Sway and left it abandoned in the Port of Bandon Marina. It sat unattended for a couple years before Captain K came upon it. After an inspection of its hull and deck construction, Captain K decided to re-purpose the Fun Sway into a Motor Yacht for tours of Coos Bay and the Coquille River. Today we are proud to offer historic tours aboard the last ocean-going pleasure vessel built in Coos County.

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O’Flynn    Our Coquille River tour boat the O’Flynn is a 2005, 21’ Ranger Tug. This “pocket tug” was purposefully chosen for the Coquille River because of its sturdy, seaworthy fiberglass construction and timeless lines. The O’Flynn offers comfortable seating for up to 6 passengers. The O’Flynn has a top speed of just 8 mph, as it was designed for scenic cruising.

O’Flynn

Our Coquille River tour boat the O’Flynn is a 2005, 21’ Ranger Tug. This “pocket tug” was purposefully chosen for the Coquille River because of its sturdy, seaworthy fiberglass construction and timeless lines. The O’Flynn offers comfortable seating for up to 6 passengers. The O’Flynn has a top speed of just 8 mph, as it was designed for scenic cruising.

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