Fall Foliage Sail aboard the Classic Schooner Shearwater
* Additional fees apply.
The last date listed for Fall Foliage Sail aboard the Classic Schooner Shearwater was Saturday October 15, 2011 / 9:00am.
Currently at North Cove Marina
- Full Price:
- $69.00 - $89.00
- Our Price:
- $48.30 - $62.30
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Reviews & Ratings
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Perfect day, perfect weather, perfect service, perfect company. After 4 hours, the 40 of us were no longer strangers. The wind was not blowing in the right direction to hoist the sails, and since it was 70°, there was little sign of fall foliage...but all the same, 4 extremely pleasant hours. Worth losing sleep for on a Saturday morning.
Quotes & Highlights
Feel free to bring your own picnic on board.
Cuddle up with some blankets and hot cider and breathe in the fresh autumn air while enjoying some of the best fall foliage views in the New York area aboard the classic schooner Shearwater. Complimentary champagne, wine, beer, soda and hot apple cider will be provided.
About the Ticket Supplier: Manhattan By Sail
We’ve been taking people sailing in New York Harbor for more than 30 years. We started small and humbly, with one boat and a crew made up largely of sail-loving volunteers.
Today we have a diverse little fleet of ships and a myriad of options for any and all who want to experience the thrill of sailing in the world’s greatest harbor. From basic public sails to specialty tours, music events, cocktail parties, family programming, custom weddings and private charters, Manhattan By Sail is dedicated to bringing you an unforgettable sailing experience and remains committed to the original mission, which has always been about making our passengers feel like a part of our ever-growing sailing family.