In Time for Fall Cruises and a Free “Frightlands” Cruise Out of the Atlantic Highlands Harbor
Atlantic Highlands, NJ – SAVE the DATE as Classic Boat Rides’ newest addition, the Mariner, will be “frightfully” sailing out of the Atlantic Highlands Harbor on October 20 for a free one-hour “Frightlands” cruise. Those that sail on this 54 foot 42 passenger boat with Captain Dannie Schade, will be amongst several thrilling and entertaining zombies, while enjoying the fall colors of autumn. Children will enjoy hot cider and other festive Halloween fun while sailing on this one-hour cruise. This event is free, first come first serve, as it is in support of the Atlantic Frightlands Committee events that will take place over the weekend to raise funds for a few non-profit organizations in Atlantic Highlands.
Classic Boat Rides has been specializing on cruising charters for families and businesses since 2004 with its popular 12 passenger boat the Mum Runner, docked out of Highlands. The Mariner was found after several years of scowering the eastern sea board in the Delaware Bay. Built in 1978 in Delta Ville Virginia, she was brought back to her glory with the help of many friends. Since she is a wooden boat, passengers will find that she is a gentler ride than any of her fiberglass or steel counter parts.
In addition to this free one-hour “Frightlands” cruise, the Mariner offers private charters for birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions. Following the free “Frightlands” cruise, the Mariner will be sailing for two hours with live music and a tour of the fall foliage. For more information about Classic Boat Rides, its “Frightlands” free cruise and its weekend night sunset cruises and fall foliage Sunday cruises, please go to www.ClassicBoatRides.com or call Captain Dannie Schade 732-337-9292.
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