About Sarah Trespasz

Sarah Trespasz currently rents and manages two vacation homes in Edgartown, Massachusetts, through Great Harbor Rental. In addition to routine property management, accounting, and promotional tasks, she takes an active role in renovations and other contract projects. For l8 years, Sarah Trespasz worked as a Massachusetts Real Estate Sales Associate until acquiring her Massachusetts Real Estate Brokers license in 2010. She held an accredited USCG Master Sea Captain License for Motor Vessel for 50 Tons, with Sailing and Towing endorsements, as Owner of Avalon Harbor Cruises out of Edgartown and Vineyard Haven Harbors, running all aspects of a private charter boat, from general maintenance and upkeep responsibilities to operating her vessel for summer cruises and fishing outings in and around the Martha’s Vineyard water’s.

Sarah Trespasz enjoys sailboat racing. In 2000, she earned a spot with her accredited USCG License as crew aboard “Synergy’s” (42’ Farr) Championship winning team in the Gulf of Maine Racing Association.
Sarah Trespasz is an avid fisherman who participates in the month long “The Martha’s Vineyard Striped Bass and Bluefish Derby” beginning every September, along with Commercial Scalloping and Fishing.

Sarah Trespasz additionally has held certification as a professional ski instructor and worked at Killington Mountain Ski School before moving to Martha’s Vineyard full time. During her free time, she continues to enjoy skiing, sailing, water skiing, gardening, golfing, and tennis. She also continues oil painting and sewing, as a hobby, since attending classes in art school.


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