Sailing

KINGSTON – First Sail @ Hudson River Maritime Museum

 

 

Two-Hour Introductory Sail aboard historic Catboat Tidbit with a U.S. Sailing Certified Instructor.

 

2019

Thursdays

 

May 30th
June 13th
June 27th
July 11th
July 25th

August 8th

August 22nd

September 5th

September 19th

October 3rd

 

5:30 to 7:30 pm

 

 

General Registration: $60 Adults; $45 Children (Under 18). Child must be accompanied by parent/guardian.

Individual Member Registration: $54

Household Member & Above: $51 Adult; $38.25 Children (Under 18). Child must be accompanied by parent/guardian

 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

 

Participants must sign up one week or more in advance.

Three (3) participants minimum required (3 adults or 2 adults and 1 child). If only one (1) or two (2) are signed up, Sailing Program Director or Staff will contact participants to reschedule as soon as possible to another evening.

Maximum of 5 participants.

 

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Kalmar Nyckel Tall Ship docked at the Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston, NY

KINGSTON – Tall Ship Kalmar Nyckel at Docks @ Hudson River Maritime Museum

 

Visit a Historic Replica Tall Ship

 

 

Thursday, August 8 – Wednesday, August 14, 2019

 

All day

 

The tall ship Kalmar Nyckel was a Dutch-built armed merchant ship famed for carrying Swedish settlers to North America in 1638, to establish the colony of New Sweden. The 141′ replica of the ship was launched in Wilmington, Delaware in 1997. The replica serves as a floating classroom and an inspirational platform for educational outreach, operated by the Kalmar Nyckel Foundation. During her visit, the Kalmar Nyckel will host deck tours, sailing trips and special cocktail cruise.

 

Deck Tours

 

Sunday, August 11th, 2 – 3 pm

*Deck tour tickets are not available in advance, please arrive early and purchase on site!

 

 

Sailing Trips

 

Saturday, August 10th 

Day sails 10 am – 12:30 pm; 4 – 6:30 pm

 

Sunday, August 11th   

Day Sail, 11 am – 1:30 pm   ​

 

Tuesday, August 13th

Pirate Adventure, 9 – 11 am;

Day Sail, 12:30 – 3 pm     ​

 

Wednesday, August 14th

Pirate Adventure, 9 – 11 am;

Day Sail, 1 – 3:30 pm

 

 

BUY TIX ONLINE

 

For more information visit: www.hrmm.org/kalmar-nyckel

 

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Youth Sailling Program with Hudson River Maritime Museum in Kingston, NY

KINGSTON – Youth Sailing Program @ Hudson River Maritime

 

Monday, July 29 – Friday, August 2, 2019

 

9 am – 4 pm

 

For ages 9 – 18

 

General Registration: $450; Late registration (IF space is available after June 1st): $500

Household Members & Above: $405; Late registration (IF space is available after June 1st): $450

 

 

Join us for this exciting week-long sailing program where students aged 9-18 learn the basics of sailing on 8′ Optimist Prams, 19′ Lightning class sailing dinghies, and other sailboats. Each day will feature short “chalk talks,” and brief learning activities on land and lots of on-the water instruction with games, drills, and informal races on the Rondout Creek and the Hudson River. The goal at the end of each week is for all students to feel comfortable sailing on the water to become capable, safe basic sailors.

 

Because each week will consist of mixed ages and experience levels, our U.S. Sailing Certified instructors will adapt the program to match the needs of the students.

 

A minimum of fourteen students is required for each sailing program week. If a week lacks the minimum number of registrants by June 1, it will be cancelled, participants will be contacted, and they will be offered the opportunity to move their registration to another week.

 

 

REGISTRATION REQUIRED

 

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Clearwater Festival: The Great Hudson River Revival at Croton Point Park

CROTON-ON-HUDSON – Clearwater Festival: The Great Hudson River Revival @ Croton Point Park

 

Saturday, June 15th & Sunday, June 16th

 

9 am – 9 pm

 

 

PERFORMERS

 

The Wailers

Ani Defranco

The Big Takeover

The Mammals

Mavis Staples

Railroad Earth

& MANY MORE!

 

 

PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE

 

 

RIVER FUN

 

FREE Sails on the Woody Guthrie

TICKETED Sails on the Clearwater Sloop

Rides on Small Boats, Canoes & Kayaks

Beachcombing & River Seining

 

 

 

KID & FAMILY ATTRACTIONS

 

Family Stage with Kid-friendly Performers – , Jay Ungar & Molly Mason,

Children’s Area with Facepainting, Hairwraps, Crafts & More

Discovery & Tideline Education Tents

Beach Combing & River Seining

Performance Artists including Jugglers, Clowns, & New Vaudevillians – Jonahthan Kruk, Vanaver Caravan, Arm of the Sea Theatre

 

ENGAGING EXHIBITS & VENDOR AREAS

 

Activist Area

Artisanal Food & Farm Market

Clearwater’s Environmental Action Tent

Clearwater’s Green Cities Initiative

Food Court

Green Living Expo

Handcrafter’s Village

Marketplace with Fair-Trade Goods

Sloop Club Tent

Zero Waste Initiative

 

 

TICKETS

 

* Kids under age 12 are FREE *

 

Saturday Only

Non-member Pricing: $65 ages 12-17/ $81.50 seniors, disabled, vet, military/ $90 adult non-member

Sunday Only

Non-member Pricing: $65 ages 12-17/ $81 seniors, disabled, vet, military/ $90 adult

Saturday & Sunday 

Non-member Pricing: $100 ages 12-17/ $140 seniors, disabled, vet, military/ $155 adult

Saturday & Sundy PLUS CAMPING

Non-member Pricing: $230 ages 12-17/ $248 seniors, disabled, vet, military/ $275 adult

 

DISCOUNTED PACKAGES 

 

 

 

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BEACON – Strawberry Festival with Beacon Sloop Club @ Pete and Toshi Seeger Riverfront Park

 

The Beacon Sloop Club’s annual Strawberry Festival is a favorite local event that features two music stages, strawberry shortcake and other treats, educational displays and children’s activities, and dozens of food and craft vendors.

 

 

Sunday, June 9, 2019

12 – 5 pm

All Ages!

Free Admission!

 

 

 

At the center of the festival is the Strawberry Tent, where fresh made strawberry shortcakes, as well as strawberry smoothies are available for purchase. Along the perimeter of the picnic grounds dozens of craft vendors sell handmade goods and food vendors offer a variety of lunch options.

 

Along with many free children’s activities there is an environmental education tent with displays and speakers on subjects concerning the Hudson River, pollution, and other environmental issues. There will also be booths from local civic groups, and non-profit organizations.

 

Two solar-powered music stages offer live music performances throughout the day. As festival goers enjoy the scenic setting of Riverfront Park on the Hudson River’s shores, those who are interested in experiencing the River first hand will be able to sign up for a free sail on the Sloop Woody Guthrie. There will be 5 sails weather permitting. Sign up is available in person at the sloop tent starting at noon.

 

Last but not least, and new this year, a Strawberry Jam Contest!

 

Strawberry Fest performers:

Bindlestick Bill

The Cabos

The Costellos

Judith Tulloch Band

Lydia Adams Davis

Bob Killian

The Offshoots

Mike Rauchwerk

Noga and Phoebe

The Parallel Fifths

Susan Wright and Friends

The Trouble Sisters

Peter Yarrow

and…

 

Beacon Poet Laureate Peter Ullian will start it all off with an original poem he created to commemorate the festival.

 

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