Information

Classic Harbor Line featuring Schooner ADIRONDACK & ADIRONDACK III

P: Click to See

info@eventinquiry.com
www.sail-nyc.com

Mention Great Places when contacting

Features

Capacities

  • Reception: 10 - 49
  • Dinner and Dance: 10 - 49

Features:

  • Outdoor Space
  • View
  • Water View
  • Team Building
  • Religious Services
  • Activities
  • On Site Multimedia Capabilities
  • Handicap Accessible

Cuisine:

  • Customized for Event

Square Feet:

1,040

Location(s)

Classic Harbor Line featuring Schooner ADIRONDACK & IMAGINE

Chelsea Piers, Pier 59 @ West 18th Street and the Hudson River
New York, NY 10011

P: Click to See
info@eventinquiry.com

Classic Harbor Line featuring Schooner ADIRONDACK & ADIRONDACK III back to listings ↩

Built in the Scarano Boat Yard of Albany, the Schooners Adirondack and Adirondack III are 80' wooden replicas of a classic turn-of-the-century pilot schooners. Though known for their speed and maneuverability, they are also safe and gentle vessels. Their most common journey is south from Chelsea Piers, down the Hudson River to Battery Park, passing Ellis Island and out to the Statue of liberty. Wind and time permitting, they head toward Governor’s Island, may make a close pass by the Financial District and/or pass under the Brooklyn Bridge on the East River.

Sailing aboard a classic pilot schooner is a creative and exciting way to host an event. Not only is this one of the few ways to have a peaceful outdoor activity in New York City, but it alone is a unique and beautiful experience. We have hosted everything from birthdays, weddings and business meetings to client entertainment events and team-builders. We can tailor your charter to meet your group’s needs including scheduling, locations and sailing intensity, and we can provide catering and a full-service bar on request.

Click here for more information on Classic Harbor Line featuring Schooner ADIRONDACK & ADIRONDACK III.

Twitter

@ClassicHarbor • May 22

Tuesday June 6th kicking off our "Brews of the Boroughs Sail"! https://t.co/bzRP3x1fnH

Facebook