Destination Area: Atlantic Coast & Great Lakes of U.S. & Canada
Length: 6 NIGHTS
Vessel: Liberty Clipper


Departs:

Boston Harbor on September 30, 2017

Returns:

New York City, New York (harbor) on October 6, 2017


Standard fare is $750. per passenger, double occupancy. Single share is the same.

On the boarding night you will be responsible for dinner ashore. Your port tax is equivalent to 5% of the cruising cost.

All meals are included as well as snorkel equipment, sea kayaks and 7 inflatable speed boats. Not included are alcoholic beverages, bottled water and canned beverages. Ask about our full bar pass.

Call for air.


For more information call us toll free at 1-877-882-4395.

SAILING TO NEW YORK CITY: 6 Night Voyage From Boston to New York City

Come join the LIBERTY CLIPPER for a coastal sailing vacation on a tall ship from Boston to New York and explore the Islands of New England! Boarding is between 12:00PM and 4:00PM on the first day of the cruise at the ship’s berth by the New England Aquarium in Boston, MA. Settle into your cabin before we depart, and then consider taking a stroll through Historic Faneuil Hall or head over to the North End for a taste of Little Italy in Boston. Your New England Island Exploration coastal sailing vacation on a tall ship starts here!



Liberty Clipper is a newly renovated but traditionally-rigged gaff topsail schooner. She is steel-hulled, with broad open decks, state-of-the- ...

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  • Assist the captain and crew with sailing Liberty Clipper
  • Bring your camera for scenic shots as you pass by the coast

During the trip from Boston to New York Liberty Clipper may stop along the way at select islands, weather permitting.

Alexandrea Bay, Ontario
Known as the 1,000 island bay millionaire George C. Boldt—proprietor of the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City—set out to build a full-sized Rhineland-style castle on Heart Island for his beloved wife Louise. Construction began in 1900 on a six-story, 120-room castle, complete with a drawbridge and Italian gardens. Then in 1904 tragedy struck.

Boldt telegrammed the island and commanded the workers to “stop all construction.” His wife had died unexpectedly. Boldt never returned to the island. The castle remained vacant for 73 years. Since 1977, millions of dollars have been invested in the restoration of the Heart Island structures and the Yacht House on Wellesley Island.

Boat tours from both the US and Canada stop at Heart Island and extensive docking is available for private water craft. A shuttle runs from Heart Island to the Boldt Yacht House.


At sea/ports of opportunity
Ship will call at a coastal port/ports as wind and weather permit.

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