Sailing in Torrington


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  • Nashalla Sailing
    Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: Our mini-yacht is an Aquarius 21: safe, comfortable and fun. Pro Tip: Our boat has a big cockpit, a bow sundeck and a swim ladder. Bring sunscreen, hats and smiles. Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Evening sails: Twin Lakes, Salisbury CT Recommended Age Group: Adults
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    Twin Lakes
    Salisbury, CT US
  • Nashalla Sailing
    Established: 2000 Reservations/Appointments: Required Staff Size: 1 person Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Brands Used: Our mini-yacht is an Aquarius 21: safe, comfortable and fun. Pro Tip: Our boat has a big cockpit, a bow sundeck and a swim ladder. Bring sunscreen, hats and smiles. Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Evening sails: Twin Lakes, Salisbury CT Recommended Age Group: Adults
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    254 Twin Lakes Road
    Salisbury, CT US
  • Club Fitness Hartford
    Hornet Marine President David Hartmann got his taste for boat design from his father, Hal, an engineer who helped create the smooth-riding deep-vee hull now included on each Hornet 17 speedboat. Today, the 17-foot seacrafts zip through the water with help from Mercury MerCruiser engines, each carrying up to five passengers perched on custom upholstery. Hornet Marine invites landlubbers on factory tours and test drives at its headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, where a staff of nautical experts also keep ships shipshape with oil changes, detailing, and other boat-maintenance services.
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    400 Middle St
    Bristol, CT US
  • Schooner Inc
    Schooner Inc began in 1975 as a means to highlight the plight of the Long Island Sound and to help amplify the positive difference that the Clean Water Act was starting to make in US waters. Today, the company connects more than 8,000 people each year to the beauty and history of New Haven Harbor via public sails, summer camps, and educational programs. For the last 23 years, the Quinnipiack?central Connecticut's only traditionally rigged tall ship?has hosted hands-on marine experiences for kids and adults. The New Haven mayor has officially decreed the schooner to be the city's flagship, as well as the ship Most Likely to Wear Couture Sails. The spacious boat was named to honor the Native Americans who inhabited the region and is helmed by an experienced and friendly crew.
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    60 S Water St.
    New Haven, CT US
  • Xtreme Fitness Bootcamp
    Equipment: TRX, medicine balls, bosu, weights, plates, mats, and exercise balls Students should bring: Bottle of water, and some people bring a post-workout snack Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 30?60 minutes Number of Staff: 1?5 people Class location: Outdoors only Established: 2010 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Free street parking Pro Tip: Go at your own pace. Our groups have a lot of fun working out, and the results are amazing. Q&A with the Owner Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? Our circuit method, the variation of exercises, and the group component all help our clients stay motivated. They feel accountable to not only themselves but also to the group. Their success is our success. When and how did you first develop a passion for fitness? When I played division-one ice hockey. I worked with amazing trainers before becoming a personal trainer. My passion was confirmed when I helped my first client go from 230 pounds to 140 pounds in 75 sessions.
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    440 Wheelers Farm Rd
    Milford, CT US
  • Indian River Marina
    At Indian River Marina, gentle currents of scenic tidal wetlands host kayakers of all skill levels during four-hour nautical treks. To start each paddling odyssey, guests select from a medley of vessels including tandem, convertible, and recreational kayaks before launching from the marina's shores. As bluejackets drift atop the intimate waterways, layers of blossoming frondescence volunteer leafy greens to create a flowing framework of natural surroundings. After four hours of high-fiving the gregarious tides, shellbacks return to the marina to picnic or shower away the tears of overly attached oars.
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    58 Commerce Street
    Clinton, CT US
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