Boston Sailing on the Adirondack IIIJune 4, 2013
Disclosure: I received complimentary tickets for a previous post found here. No other compensation was received and all opinions are my own.
It was over 90 degrees in Boston this past Saturday, but you never would have known it onboard the Adirondack III. This gorgeous vessel features teak decks, mahogany-trimmings, and just under 2,000 square feet of canvas which guided us beautifully through Boston's historic harbor! With Day Sails, Sunset Sails, City Lights Sails, or privately chartering the schooner to choose from, you will be amazed by the comfort and beauty of this Schooner.
Built in 1997 the Adirondack III is 80 feet long with a 16 foot beam. She can seat up to 42 passengers comfortably, we probably had half that on our trip and that really added to the fantastic experience. Our knowledgeable captain and crew were very friendly and ready to answer any questions about the sights and history of Boston Harbor and its surrounding areas. I was able to snap a few photos of some of the sites but really got caught up in the enjoyment of it all. We definitely want to return for a Sunset Cruise.
The Federal Courthouse
The Bank of America Pavillion, where bands play all summer long
Castle Island in South Boston
My husband enjoying the view of Boston on our return sail.
This code is good through the end of the year! Happy sailing.
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