Coming into New York from the Atlantic Ocean is a wonderous experience. In calm seas you can spot the Verrazano Bridge, count the arriving flights at JFK Airport (2 per minute) and almost smell the hotdogs on Coney Island. When the weather has been less than kind, you’re lucky to see 2 boat lengths ahead in between the ocean swells colliding with the ebbing tide from the Hudson and East Rivers. […]
How could you tell them that they can’t come along? If you want to travel with your pets then we’ll be glad to make it happen.
If your pooch is only grass trained, have no fear. A little ingenuity can go a long way. […]
What incredible wildlife we see offshore and inland along the waterway. A small reference book can help even the novice become an avid bird watcher. While we are offshore we maintain a sharp look out, not only for the obvious boat and ship traffic but also for the elusive sea turtle, mola mola fish and playful pod of dolphin. As quick as you can say, “look over there!” a splash may be the only evidence of a leatherback turtle or even a whale. […]
A lighthouse may be low tech and more picturesque than functional in this time of GPS, RADAR and AIS – Automated Identification System. But we appreciate the long standing dedication of mariners making landfall without anything more than dead reckoning and a magnetic compass. These majestic masterpieces of stone and mortar remind us of our nautical history. […]
Enjoy our Travel Log. It is a small collection of our photographs from New Orleans to Key West, from Toronto to the Bahamas and everywhere in between. Captain Chris Yacht Services can show you the real thing. Let us know how we can help you enjoy the cruise. […]
When you are stuck in traffic on the interstate think of these commuters. Would your boss believe you if you came in late due to rough seas? Or a fog bank that rolled in? Here’s a picture of an entirely different Yellow Cab, closer to a Yellow Submarine. And yes, there are traffic jams on the water too. Check out the different types of commuter vessels in this photo gallery. […]