When:
June 16, 2019 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm America/New York Timezone
2019-06-16T11:00:00-04:00
2019-06-16T14:00:00-04:00
Where:
National Lighthouse Museum
200 The Promenade at Lighthouse Point, Staten Island, NY 10301
USA
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This tour is for everyone, but makes a unique Father’s Day gift. Explore fascinating and mysterious sites unfamiliar to most New Yorkers on this memorable boat ride, one that encircles Staten Island taking you past critical points of maritime interest and the historically rich Shooters, Prall, Hoffman and Swineburn Islands.

Our journey up the Kill Van Kull, and the Arthur Kill waterways, over to Raritan Bay, Princes’s Bay Staten Island’s southern shore around the Narrows contains much important history critical to NYC’s development and to its maritime life: Sailor’s Snug Harbor, the Caddell’s Shipyard and Repair Facilities at Port Richmond, Mariners Harbor, Port Ivory, Rossville, the eerie site of the Ship’s Graveyard, Tottenville, Prince’s Bay and Seguine’s Point together with key New Jersey maritime, commercial and industrial sites located along the Kill Van Kull and Arthur Kill, Bayonne, Elizabeth, Linden, Carteret and historic Perth Amboy, which overlooks the beautiful Raritan Bay.

Bridges under which our boat passes include the recently renovated Bayonne, the restored Vertical Lift Railroad Bridge, the all new Goethals Bridge, the Outerbridge Crossing and the Verrazzano Narrows.

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Lighthouses described and seen on this exciting tour include: Robbin’s Reef, Great Beds, Prince’s Bay, Staten Island’s Rear Range, (site of the Old Orchard Shoals Lighthouse destroyed by Sandy in 2012), New Dorp, Elmtree Beacon and the Battery Weed Light of Fort Wadsworth.

Make a memory with Dad! This tour makes a great Father’s Day gift.

This season we will be yachting on the Majestic Princess which features climate-controlled interior spaces with large windows as well as ample outdoor space to fully enjoy the “yachting experience.” As for food items, the Majestic Princess offers lunch and snack items as well as a bar for “adult beverages.” There’s a new and exciting addition to our 2019 boat tour season … individual headsets will be available for listening (or not) to the narration provided by our presenters.

The boat will leave promptly at 11:00 am. Please arrive early. Tickets are $62 Adults, $42 Children (10 & under), $52 Military and Seniors (62+).

Register: https://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/eventReg?oeidk=a07efvj5jig32810753&oseq=&c=&ch=