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Cruise to Red Hook, Brooklyn by Boat from Atlantic Highlands
October 2 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Saturday October 2nd departing at 8:00am
Navesink Maritime Historical Association (NMHA) is pleased to announce that following the great success last year’s cruise round Staten Island, it has arranged another voyage of adventure, this time to the vibrant and historic Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. Once again, Captain Dan of Classic Boat Rides will take 34 explorers in his Chesapeake Bay Wooden Boat, Mariner.
Reservations are required. Cost is $65.00 per person. Passengers are encouraged to bring their own breakfast. On-board cash bar for water and other beverages. Proof of vaccination and masks required (New York State is particularly strict)
Space is limited for this special cruise so early registration is suggested. More information and Registration at NavesinkMaritime.Org/Events.
Passengers will depart promptly at 8:00am on Saturday, October 2nd from Atlantic Highlands Marina, arriving at 10:30am alongside the historic inshore tanker Mary Whalen, moored at Atlantic Basin. They will disembark via the Mary Whalen so some agility will be required. Depart Red Hook at 1:00pm, arriving back at Atlantic Highlands approximately 3:30pm.
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The trip by boat is especially rewarding as they will cruise through the busy New York Harbor with all its interesting industries and ships.
They will explore Red Hook independently for approximately 2.5 hours before re-boarding Mariner for the return trip. Each passenger will receive a list of some of the interesting places to visit and showing restaurants and bars. Note that walking from the Mary Whalen to the center of Red Hook is a 0.6 mile walk, and that some attractions will be up to one mile from the Mary Whalen.