Fall Foliage Cruise on the Hudson River With a Stop at Cold Spring
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All offers for Seastreak's Hudson River Fall Foliage Day Cruise to Cold Spring, NY have expired.
The last date listed for Seastreak's Hudson River Fall Foliage Day Cruise to Cold Spring, NY was Sunday November 17, 2013 / 9:30am (Boarding in New York).
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The New York Botanical Garden presents its annual Holiday Train Show. At this popular family event, model trains and trolleys travel through a quarter mile of fantastic landscape featuring twinkling lights and detailed scale models of more than 140 New York landmarks -- from the Empire State Building to Yankee Stadium -- composed of orange slices, cinnamon sticks, pine cones and more. The event also features a variety of other activities for children and families to enjoy. Please see the full event description for more information about seasonal activities and special events. Learn More
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Featured review from Arlan
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Exciting Trip...loved the breathtaking views we saw along the route to Cold Springs. It was an added bonus to be able to bring your own beverages and lunch with you aboard the boat. Boat was clean and the staff gave great service.
Each of Seastreak's double-hulled catamarans features indoor and outdoor decks with panoramic windows offering amazing views. Passengers are kept comfortable with climate controlled interiors, plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, multiple restrooms, and a cash bar on all sailings providing beer, wine, spirits, soft drinks, and pre-packaged snacks. In addition, the vessels were designed with both stability and speed in mind, so you can expect a smooth ride while traveling at up to 38 knots (44 mph).
About the Ticket Supplier: Seastreak LLC
Seastreak is a leader in revitalizing fast passenger ferry services in the New York metropolitan area. The company offers high-speed catamaran services to points in Manhattan from Central New Jersey with a fleet of five vessels. Four with capacities of up to 400 passengers and one with capacity of up to 149 passengers.