Rowing in Maplewood


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  • Statue Cruises
    Several times throughout the day, Statue Cruises ferries depart from Liberty State Park in New Jersey and Battery Park in New York, traveling towards an iconic symbol of freedom: the Statue of Liberty. So long as the statue isn't away on vacation, passengers can alight at Liberty Island and view the statue. Statue Cruises' vessels also dock at Ellis Island, where guests can explore the rich history of immigrants who came to start a new life in the United States. And the sightseeing doesn't stop once they've stepped back on board?the harbor cruises boast magnificent views of Governors Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and more.
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    1 Audrey Zapp Drive
    Jersey City, NJ US
  • Go Row Training Studio
    The knotted wood floors, exposed brick, and cerulean walls at Go Row Training Studio set a rustic scene for one-hour rowing workouts that hold groups of 10. Rather than falling into a repetitive workout routine, exercise physiologist Garrett Roberts?s college-rowing-inspired workouts change up in order to keep torching calories and chiseling muscles. Sessions kick off with rowers perched atop the studio?s signature WaterRowers, which replicate the experience of open-water rowing. Exercisers then orbit a weight-training circuit, lifting dumbbells of varying weights. The class closes with students again mounting the rowers to further stump muscles and to rehearse a rescue mission to Gilligan?s Island. Garrett helms each class on Go Row?s schedule, and the 10-student attendance cap allows him to ensure each paddler performs with proper technique.
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    1422 Grand St, Ste 4B
    Hoboken, NJ US
  • City Lights Cruises
    The party-loving minds behind Yacht Party Cruises wanted a creative way for locals and tourists to explore a city's late-night atmosphere. Eventually they launched a fleet of luxury yachts into the waters of eight of North America's most lively urban waterfronts. On each vessel, festivities abound as DJs spin everything from hip-hop to Sinatra, inviting passengers to shake a leg in between trips to the full bar or buffet lined with hot appetizers. All yachts boast extravagant details such as wraparound decks, fireplaces, or a glass atrium that hangs above the dance floor offering dancers a direct view of the man in the moon's game of solitaire. Guests can also step onto the decks for fresh air or panoramic views of city's skyline.
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    Manhattan Westside Hwy. and W 41st St.
    New York, NY US
  • East Coast Yacht Cruises
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    19 Fulton Street
    New York, NY US
  • Downtown Boathouse
    What makes it great: free rentals, explore the Hudson River by kayak, bike locks and sunblock provided
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    241 W Broadway
    New York, NY US
  • Port Atlantic Yacht Club
    Though the chefs at Port Atlantic Yacht Club make everything that they can by hand—right down to the dressings and soups—they often have to rely on the sea. Thankfully, their waterfront view puts them in close proximity to the ingredients necessary for dishes such as seafood sausage, Chilean sea bass oreganata, and lobster ravioli. The rest of the menu is a mix of Italian pastas and entrees, from the lamb osso bucco and filet mignon to the Mulberry Street feast: bowtie noodles with chicken, sausage, shrimp, and broccoli rabe. Some plates, such as the chowder of the day, vary based on your timing and whether the chef's muse is overbooked. Others are mainstays, like the chicken martini, which flavors chicken breast with olives, lemon, and vodka. The wine list features Californian and Italian wines as well as suggested pairings that draw out subtle flavor notes.
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    225 Ellis Street
    Staten Island, NY US
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