Rowing in Kenmore


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  • Adventure Calls
    The expert rafting guides at Adventure Calls Outfitters, Inc. lead trips down three waterways: the Genesee River, Cattaraugus Creek, and the Salmon River. As they glide through calm waters and swirl through rapids, rafters drink in the rugged scenery, occasionally glimpsing fish and harmless snakes. Under the watchful care of an ACA-certified rafting guide, visitors safely ride the wild current of the river, learning about the unsullied countryside of western New York. The scenic trips are available most of the year, although in the cooler months, wetsuits are recommended.
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    8509 Route 237
    Stafford, NY US
  • The Tall Ship Kajama
    Panoramic lake views and a retractable top-deck roof characterize the Obsession III, a 78-foot motor yacht with a retractable roof. In addition to two decks with indoor and outdoor areas, the ship has a dance floor, bar, and a dining room equipped with white linens, china, and stainless cutlery. The Kajama's white masts billow in the wind as its sharp prow cleaves the waters of Lake Ontario. The three-masted, gaff-rigged 164-foot schooner casts the same striking silhouette as it did 85 years ago during its first incarnation as a trade ship that sailed from Spain to Norway. Today, Cruise Toronto has restored the German-built schooner to its maiden-voyage splendour. Though they've preserved the boat's 1930s charm, they also retrofitted the Kajama for its daily tours with such amenities as a licensed bar and galley where cooks bring selections from their menu of pub fare to life. Additionally, the Challenge boasts two LCD TVs and a full-service bar. Cruise Toronto rents out their fleet for corporate cruises, charter tours, weddings, and pirate-school reunions, all of which launch from the scenic downtown harbourfront.
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    235 Queens Quay W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Yankee Lady Yacht Charters
    From the 360-degree observation deck that crowns both of Yankee Lady Yacht Charters' ships, passengers can look up at the staggering height of the CN Tower or let their gaze drift upon the horizon of Lake Ontario. These two ships?the Yankee Lady III and Yankee Lady IV?boast three floors that accommodate up to 300 party guests as the vessels cruise around Toronto Harbour and the lake. Whether public or private, fetes find passengers digging into buffets at linen-dressed tables and then floating out to the dance floor as a DJ spins tunes or an understudy DJ hums classic winter-weather advisories. For private occasions, hosts can customize their festivities with casino games, decorations, and song requests.
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    259 Queens Quay W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Harbourfront Centre
    In a natural wharf provided by the Toronto Islands, Harbourfront Centre offers avenues to a world of unbroken horizons and wave-splashed winds. Along with education and licensing services and boat rentals, the knowledgeable navigators curate special events, such as a swashbuckling Tall Ships festival for Canada Day and annual voyages to prove the harbour is round. Power- or sail-boaters with appropriate licensing and a completist's perspective on panoramas might pursue membership for multiple voyages. With rental options for all experience levels for power- or sail-boats and even yachts, Harbourfront Centre Sailing and Powerboating provides a sense of freedom otherwise accessible only to boat owners and their boats' wise-cracking GPS systems.
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    275 Queens Quay W
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Toronto Harbour Tours
    Aboard a fleet of vessels that have cruised the Toronto Harbour for more than a quarter of a century, Toronto Harbour Tours converts landlocked guests into sightseeing day-sailors during scenic one-hour voyages. A licensed captain and crew colours each trip with informative narratives, casting entertaining facts into open ears while pointing out a continuous deluge of passing landmarks along the route. As tours drift by thriving parklands and across tranquil lagoons, Toronto's skyline glides into view to present passengers with unique opportunities to photograph the Skydome and the CN Tower's rippling Superman cape. During the summer, guests can disembark and explore Toronto Islands, catching a ride back to the mainland from another tour later in the day.
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    145 Queens Quay West
    Toronto, ON CA
  • Nautical Adventures
    "Empire Sandy and The Wayward Princess" sounds like the title of a children's adventure book. In reality, those are the names of Nautical Adventures' two ships—though they still conjure up ideals of swashbuckling exploits or exciting voyages. The company whisks guests on jaunts in the Toronto Harbour aboard the tall ship Empire Sandy, which at 200 feet long is Canada's largest schooner, complete with white sails and rigging. These trips take the form of dinner cruises, fireworks cruises, and Rockin' Blues cruises featuring live music, particularly songs about down-on-their-luck hermit crabs. Guests can also charter the boat—which can be stocked with food and adult beverages—for weddings, corporate gatherings, and private theme parties.
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    600 Queens Quay W
    Toronto, ON CA