Sailing in Schenectady


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  • Saratoga Boatworks
    With two lakeside marinas and a squad of knowledgeable staff, Saratoga Boatworks specializes in helping customers get out onto the water by almost any means necessary. They sell and repair new and used watercraft ranging from recreational and fishing boats to catamarans and jet skis, overseeing a fleet featuring nearly 20 brands such as Sweetwater Pontoons, Rinker, Stingray, and Sea Fox. They even take their service one step further, providing boat rentals that range from three hours to a full day.
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    549 Union Avenue
    Saratoga Springs, NY US
  • Tubby Tubes
    River guides outfit each participant with a tube and life jacket before shuttling them to the Upper Hudson River, where they take in scenic views of the Adirondacks and float on water 2 to 3 feet deep that boasts an average temperature of 72 degrees. As the weather warms, the park shifts its focus to its four downhill tubing slides. To add more excitement, the company's crew revamped the colorful slides with snow-like surfaces that create increased speeds. This spirit for adventure echoes at nearby Lower Hudson Gorge, where Tubby Tubes' rafts and tubes explore the flat waters and tree-lined banks.
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    1372 Lake Ave
    Lake Luzerne, NY US
  • Blue Mountain Lake Boat Livery
    • For $20, you get an all-day canoe rental from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. (a $40 value). • For $30, you get an overnight canoe rental from 4 p.m. to 10 a.m. the following morning (a $60 value).
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    Blue Mountain Lake Boat Livery Route 28
    Indian Lake, NY US
  • Wildwaters Outdoor Center
    Since 1983, the seasoned river guides of Wild Waters Outdoor Center have been leading whitewater-rafting expeditions down the Hudson and Sacandaga Rivers. The outfitter also leads overnight rafting trips in which paddlers spend the day cruising the river and the night camping out beneath the stars and renaming the constellations after past winners of American Idol.
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    1123 State Route 28
    Warrensburg, NY US
  • Zoar Outdoor
    Those who follow Deerfield River westward from the Catamount State Forest to the Mohawk Trail State Forest travel through the hilly terrain of historic Charlemont. There, in 1989, the Berkshire Mountains and other geographical spoils caught the eyes of Bruce Lessels and Karen Blom?a medaling member of the US whitewater team and a public health nutritionist looking to make the outdoors more accessible. They built Zoar Outdoor on the river, establishing an 80-acre facility to be a base for ziplining, rock climbing, camping, and solar-powered lodging. Today, a staff of adventurers keeps that base running. They not only sell an arsenal of outdoor gear and continue those establishing activities, but also lead whitewater rafting and kayaking trips down their home river, slicing through the waves and rearranging a slew of fishes' living rooms along the way.
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    7 Main Street
    Charlemont, MA US
  • Ophira On The Hudson
    Ninety miles outside New York City, skipper Jeff Farber commands the sails of the Ophira as it glides along the Hudson, trading the skyline of the Big Apple for the idyllic backdrop of the Catskill Mountains. A professional crew caters to passengers' needs during excursions ranging from catered sunset cruises to practical sailing lessons.
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    90 East Bridge Street
    Saugerties, NY US

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