Rowing in Trenton


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  • The Ben Franklin Yacht
    Sunlight and moonbeams glimmer on Philadelphia harbor, where The Ben Franklin Yacht glides silently to reveal a new perspective on the cradle of American democracy and replicate the freedom of the open ocean. Recently refurbished, the modern vessel hosts up to 300 guests in long, low decks whose mirrored ceilings flood the space with reflected light and expose pirates who have "Mom" tattoos hidden in their bald spots. A wooden dance floor and bar fuel parties, and knowledgeable guides propel discussion about the city's history from the breezy top deck. The majestic vessel may also be rented out for private parties. The port of departure is within walking distance of other famed sights, such as the Liberty Bell, Constitution Center, and the cherry tree from which George Washington famously crafted his wooden wig. Boarding begins approximately 30 minutes prior to each excursion.
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    401 North Columbus Boulevard
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • RowZone
    Named a top 25 alternative gym by Greatist.com, RowZone's unique blend of rowing exercises and full-body toning techniques to help students of all ages and abilities stave off the boredom and plateaus of other fitness regimens. During RZ Core workouts, instructors provide helpful pointers and encouragement to students as they shape up with body-toning ergometers. Each structured session presents a total-body workout that incorporates rowing, resistance training, and fitness techniques that solidify cores and improve flexibility. Additionally, free-weight curls, crunches, lunges, and other rowing exercises work to provide an effective strength-endurance workout.
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    2601 Pennsylvania Avenue
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • American Sailing Tours
    American Sailing Tours, featured on Wheretraveler.com, loads citizens onto the good ship Summer Wind for relaxation and education on the Delaware River. The jolly crew handles all the hatch-battening, jib-cutting, and barnacle frying on each excursion. Meanwhile seafarers learn about the Delaware's contributions to Philadelphia history on the History Sail, which embarks once per day, six mornings a week. Customers on the Tropical Sail tap sea-toes to the beat of beach music from the Caribbean, New Orleans, and New Margaritaville two or three times a day depending on the time of year; check the online schedule for an idea of departure dates and times.
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    401 North Columbus Boulevard
    Philadelphia, PA US
  • Washington Boxing Academy
    Certified boxing coach Alden Washington was born into a family of boxers. His father, in between teaching boxing classes in the US Army and Navy, began coaching him in the pugilistic arts at the age of 10. Alden took to the sport, winning boxing titles in Silver and Golden Gloves competitions, all while earning his black belt in bando, Chinese kenpo, and tae kwon do. In 1980, the consummate athlete began coaching students, conducting classes in kickboxing as well as sprinting and sports conditioning. At Washington Boxing Academy, Alden combines his extensive title-taking and teaching experience to conduct kickboxing classes for all ages. Amid the professional heavy bags and cushioned floors of his studio, the certified coach infuses kickboxing routines with rounds of creative exercises, including jumping rope, shadowboxing while holding weights, and slamming massive tires with hammers. In personal sessions, he spurs on advanced boxers as they spar in the studio's full-size boxing ring. He also provides students with fundamental self-defense tips, such as how to a catch an oncoming fist mid-punch or halt a flung pie midair.
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    435 Crooked Ln.
    King of Prussia, PA 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
  • 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