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The Future Is Now!

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Amazing Technology!   Take a step back in time.  Cruise & dine on the WW Durant.  The sky, clouds, wind, sunlight dancing on the water………Taking orders for holiday gift certificates.  315-354-5532.

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Get 50% off a sightseeing cruise with your water safari receipt!

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Water Safari receipt (dated within 2 days of your cruise) gets you 50% off a scenic excursion. So, ages 12+ $7.50 vs $15 and under age 12, $5 vs $10 (with your WS receipt). Scenic excursions sail Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays from June 27- September 2, 2017 with boarding at 1:30 and sailing 2:00-3:30.  …

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We honor the memory of Garry Hazen.

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We just received word Garry died this morning.  His leukemia came back with a vengeance.  We have a long history with Garry and his family.  At one time Dean had 3 Garry Hazens working for him:  Garry’s dad, Garry and his son Garry.  Garry was one of Dean’s main men for almost 20 years when…

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Great weekend coming up!

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#Sun, heat, #Father’s Day, #Friday the 13th, #Black Fly Challenge, #Birding Festival, #Forever Wild

 

Cruise & Dine

Cruise & Dine

 

On the WW Durant:  Fri the 13th buffet dinner cruise 6:30-8:30      Sat Scenic excursion 2:00-3:30    Sat Prime Rib Buffet Dinner Cruise  5:30-8:00
Sun Lunch cruise 11:30-1:30    Sun Prime Rib Buffet Dinner Cruise 5:30-8:00.  Dads $5 off!

 

 

 

 

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Shout out to Eileen Martin Romary.

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Thanks to Eileen for rounding up a group of Blue Knight bikers to come for lunch today.  It’s a beautiful day for a bike ride and a boat ride! Blue Knights of New Jersey

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#Americade Ride to Raquette Lake for lunch!

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Wed, June 4 and Fri June 6 join us for a #lunch cruise on Raquette Lake.  !2-2 pm sailing.  Featuring certified angus prime rib of beef at the carving station plus many more delectable items prepared by Culinary Institute of America graduate Chef Jim Pohl.  Nurther your mind, body and soul with fascinating historic commentary…

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Look who made USA Today

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Cruises in the Adirondacks Although upstate New York’s Adirondacks are first and foremost a mountain range, they’re also synonymous with the recreational activities available on its hundreds of lakes, rivers and creeks. Maybe you’re not the most adventurous outdoorsman; or perhaps you just want someone to treat you to an excursion on an Adirondack lake….

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Inch by inch….Township 40

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http://nynow.org/post/township-40-case-closer-being-resolved Photo by Mark Champlin

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Electric Boat Ride!

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Green. Serene.  Like riding on a magic carpet. She said yes! Congratulations Charlotte and Devin! Cruise in quiet elegance aboard the Avery Mae, an Elco, 30′ Fantail Electric Launch. Up to 8 passengers. At your service with appetizers and adult beverages. Birthday, anniversary, engagement, achievement, We’re…

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Something fun to do in Blue St. Patrick’s Day Weekend!

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Arts Center, Winter Benefit

 

A St. Patrick’s Day celebration to remember! Magic and the luck of the Irish in abundance at Minnowbrook Conference Center in Blue Mountain Lake on Saturday, March 15 when the Adirondack Lakes Center For the Arts holds its annual Winter Benefit. Oh….and good food too!

Just look at some of the cool items auctioneer Kip Blanchard will be selling at live auction!

1. A steamboat cruise around some of the islands on Raquette Lake, or if there is a bit more time, up the Marion River or South Inlet. Enjoy cheese and crackers and wine, compliments of Raquette Lake Navigation Co.

AC Winter Benefit

Up South Inlet in Raquette Lake

Up to 12 people in a convoy of seven or eight steamboats the week of August 17~22. These steamboat captains rent St. Williams on Long Point during this week in August. Must happen sometime week of Aug 17-22, 2014. Captain Carl says: “I would characterize these boats as being a throwback to the glory days of steamboats as seen during the 1890’s when steam launches provided transportation to the various camps and islands of Raquette lake as well as many other Adirondack lakes. The boats are wood or coal fired and cruise at a gentle speed of five or six miles per hour. Their engines are silent as compared to their modern gasoline powered cousins and their whistles echo the spirit of days gone by.”

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