Sailing in Keansburg


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  • 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
  • Shore Water Sports
    Dolphins so close you could almost touch them. Amazingly, that's a view most Stormin Speedboat boat trips encounter as they speed parallel to the shoreline. The captain of the 33-foot cruiser navigates swiftly and fluidly over the water, carrying up to 14 passengers during 45?50 minute boat rides. Each adventure shifts between thrilling speeds and calm moments of watching majestic dolphins jumping or playing Marco Polo.
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    242 Bay Ave
    Ocean City, NJ US
  • Miramar Yacht Club
    Sun sparkling on the waves, a breeze in your sails, and an ocean full of fish ready to bite. Miramar Yacht Club specializes in facilitating these kinds of perfect days on the water, for which the club maintains a fleet of well maintained sail boats perfect for a range of sailors, from experienced to beginner. Once you return to the dock, spend a few hours relaxing by the pool or reading a book in the shade.
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    3050 Emmons Avenue
    Brooklyn, NY US
  • Hudson River Community Sailing
    Hudson River Community Sailing is a unique combination of a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and sailing club. The proceeds from adult lessons and memberships go toward funding scholarship-based programs for at-risk urban youth. Each year, their Sail Academy,?an after-school academic program built on experiential, student-first lessons?immerses these students in the world of sailing and boat building. In addition to unlocking the secrets of boating, these sessions teach students the functional fundamentals of math, science, and self-esteem, earning them credit towards graduation along the way. The club's other youth work include the First Mates program?which preps students for college and career through a deep dedication to boating, racing, and navigation?and the City Sail summer program, which groups students into a small crew for a week of character-building exercises aboard a working 24' boat. Hosting frequent fundraising events, such as the Dark and Stormy benefit, helps the team introduce as many new mariners as possible to the singular pleasure of sailing the Hudson. Their sailors also enjoy the perks of the club's location, drinking in awe-inspiring views of the Manhattan skyline that the Beatles saw just as they landed their moon module on Ellis Island.
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    W 26th St. and 12th Ave.
    New York, NY US
  • Circle Line Downtown
    Love for New York's harbor, iconic skyline, and renowned bridges resulted in the introduction of New York Water Taxi's black-and-yellow-checkered fleet of vessels in 2002. The eco-conscious crew first began by chauffeuring passengers between Brooklyn and downtown, but the business quickly expanded as locals and tourists demanded to see all of New York's mammoth manmade beauty such as the city skyline, Brooklyn Bridge, and Ellis Island from its treasured natural waterways. Partnered with Circle Line Downtown, the fleet doubled in capacity and continued the tradition of ferrying passengers to explore the best sights and sounds of the city from the spacious view of a top deck. Knowledgable and entertaining guides narrate tours while patrons can indulge in a cash bar that provides refreshments along the way. Popular touring sites include Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, Times Square/Broadway, Hudson River Park, and South Street Seaport, to name a few. Statue Express and SHARK speedboat thrill ride grant passengers views of iconic sites, including the Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Governors Island, and the former site of the World Trade Center.
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    89 South St.
    New York, NY US
  • New York Sailing Center
    Just a subway train's throw from Manhattan, City Island seems like a different world?tree-lined banks and sprawling waters that stretch toward the New York City skyline and out into the open Sound. New York Sailing Center's owner Captain Stephen Glenn Card touts the location for its absence of man-made disturbances such as wind shears and strong currents. Captain Card has taught since the 1980s, and continues to lead multiday immersive-sailing classes for everyone from beginners to advanced cruisers and navigators. Throughout the years, they have developed a fine-tuned training system that combines in-classroom instruction (including practice with a large, moveable boat) and on-water obstacle courses within Eastchester Bay and Long Island Sound. Atop these waters, students practice on Beneteau sailing boats ?twin-rudder vessels that can accommodate beginner's mistakes, and are also the only boats to receive endorsements from a national sail training organization, such as ASA or US Sailing. As students progress, instructors teach more advanced skills such as bareboat cruising and navigation. They even take some of their brightest pupils on sailing trips to destinations such as Italy or Captain Hook's retirement home.
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    10 Centre Street
    City Island, NY US

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