Sailing is one of the most romantic activities, as it often entails colorful sunsets, gentle breezes, and tying significant others to pole masts. Examine sailorly knots with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $59 for a two-hour sailing trip for one (up to a $99 value)
- $99 for a two-hour sailing trip for two (up to a $198 value)
- $179 for a two-hour sailing trip for four (up to a $396 value)
- $399 for a two-hour sailing trip for ten (up to a $990 value)
Set sail on the two-hour trip of your choice, including the High Noon Harbor Sail with snacks, the Sunset Sail with an optional bottle of wine, and the Sailing the City at Night with beer and wine. Of-age guests can bring their own beer and wine on daytime cruises. Buyers can also apply their Groupon toward private charters or Fourth of July fireworks cruises; call for details.
Originally built to sail around the world, the New Horizons motorsailer now spends its days providing Maine hospitality to its guests while gliding along the scenic Northeastern coast of the United States. After boarding the sailboat, groups can take in the sweeping views of the New York Harbor, the Hudson River, and past the Statue of Liberty, while sipping drinks and savoring treats such as the classic Maine lobster roll, which can be purchased on board. Seafarers may also embark on special voyages, such as Lobster Day Sail picnics. With its spacious design, semi-private upper deck, and modern sound system, the New Horizons can handle events that range from large family gatherings to old-fashioned ocean-drinking contests.
“The staff were friendly & helpful. The music playing during the cruise set a good mood. The duration of the cruise was perfect. All in all, a wonderful treat, will...”
“The staff were friendly & helpful. The music playing during the cruise set a good mood. The duration of the cruise was perfect. All in all, a wonderful treat, will definitely bring my next round of tourist friends :)”
“Great for a birthday party or anniversary celebration. ”
“ It was an awesome time out on the water.”