These 7 Boats Are Scrubbed and Ready to Board, Captain
Boatsetter’s pier-to-pier NYC fleet just got some serious upgr
For everyone else, there’s Boatsetter, a
Either way, the process is about as simple as she gets. Just sign up, search for a boat and contact the owner to schedule. Insurance from bow to stern is already worked into the package, as well as 24-hour on-water customer service/emergency support.
And thanks to the recent acquisition of Boatbound — their biggest rival —
To get those sea legs itching, we’ve rounded up seven of their choicest rigs for you to choose from this fall, from Paul Allen-sized yachts to a charming sunset schooner for six.
Captains included. Hassles left behind.
Leaves from New York, NY, $450/half day
To hell with tourist cruises. Next time you have family in town, this 25-foot Dufour 1800 has all the makings for a swell day out on the Hudson. She’s complete with cooking gear, a
Sea and the City
Leaves from New York, NY, $700/half day
Another 25-footer, but handsome as ever. With room for six aboard, you’ll be taking in the skyline from the water with the conveniences of A/C, a refrigerator, freezer and a freshwater washdown should you need to
Leaves from New York, NY, $1,200/half day
This 1970 Hinckley 38 is 35-feet of grace, solid for up to six passengers and complete with a cabin and fresh water washdown.
Al Vento Nyack
Leaves from Nyack, NY, $1,800/half day
But if the Tara feels too provincial, perhaps the Al Vento is more your style. She fits 12 passengers and sleeps 8. A 54-foot superb cruising yacht, the
Leaves from Jersey City, NJ, $4,250/half day
A magnificently restored 81-foot yacht with four state rooms and four full bathrooms. She holds up to 12 passengers and
Leaves from Stamford, CT, $5,000/half day
This just looks like a one-way street to a perfect day. The 92-foot vessel holds 13 and sleeps 8 with an open plan with formal dining on the port side complete with sofa and starboard. Dine al fresco, launch off the diving platform, chill in the entertainment space with air-conditioning. Not a shabby way to spend the afternoon.
Leaves from New York, NY, $5,250/half day
Pretend you’re a celebrity for the day like so. This 122-foot yacht holds up to 90 passengers and
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