Coast Guard terminates illegal charter in St. Petersburg
See the beauty of Hudson River with a personalized service and customizable itinerary- half-day or full day, pick up in Brooklyn or Manhattan, stop to eat/shop/hike. Mid-September to mid-October– if interested, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Board a support boat at Brooklyn Bridge Park, follow the racers up the East River, around the Manhattan Island, and down the Hudson River. Cheer your champion or relay team, or relax and enjoy watching the race. Disembark at Chelsea Piers as the race ends there. This is a private charter for up toContinue reading “Support your champion or relay team at NYC Sea Paddle 2019”
We use Navionics Webapp for trip planning- and so can you. Go here https://webapp.navionics.com/#boating, select Route on the bottom of the page, select Automatic, in boat settings (left side of the page) set depth as 6 feet, and speed as 7 knots. Type in ‘Venice Marina’ in the ‘From’ field (or some place in LowerContinue reading “Chart your own adventure, and estimate charter cost!”
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Itinerary Brooklyn to 9-11 Memorial
The sad fact is that Manhattan is woefully short of marinas allowing passenger pick up and drop off, outside of the large ferry terminals. The options in the city are North Cove Marina and Pier 25, both in Tribeca, and 79th Street Boat Basin. There are also places near, but not in, Manhattan- Liberty LandingContinue reading “Manhattan Pick Up and Drop off”
This is another common inquiry we get. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has 2 relevant rules for burying cremated remains at sea. One, it has to happen at least 3 nautical miles from shore. Two, a 2 page form should be sent to EPA within 30 days of the event. Our trip for scattering theContinue reading “Burials at sea”
Can you take us from… to …? How much would it be? MEA can go far- it is seaworthy and very fuel efficient. But, it is way slower than, say, a Ferry boat, and the fees depend on the length of the trip. So the answer to this common request is most of the timesContinue reading “Private Ferry? Maybe…”