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New York, Newport R.I. Itinerary
Days 1 & 2
New York, New York
New York harbor is one of the busiest harbors in the
world. Large ships are in and out of there at all times
so you plan your trip accordingly. At Chelsea Piers
there is a wealth of activities. You might want to hit
a bucket of balls at the driving range adjascent to
the piers.. Also don't forget about Manhattan, Broadway,The
Statue of Liberty, and of course Ellis Island. Two days
are not nearly enough so choose your activities wisely.
Days 3 & 4
Sag Harbor Yacht Club The Hamptons
Sag Harbor's history centers heavily on the history
of the whaling industry. Most of the town is a national
historic site.The windmill atg the towhn dock serves
as a tourist information center. Close by is an hardware
store that carries alot of marine hardware and supplies.
The Dock House has fresh seafood for sale and a restaurant
in the back, and a take out raw bar. There is plenty
of nite life available. A pricey nite club on Long Wharf
attracts a trendy clientle and the Corner Bar is a staple
in Sag Harbor.
Days 5 & 6
Newport is considered to be the yachting center of the
northeast, and rightfully so. Just about everyone that
boats in the northeast stops at Newport.Just to see
the incredible collection of yachts, people from all
over the world is simply amazing. You will regret not
having more time to spend. If you are fortunate enough
or smart enough to plan your cruise around either of
two events( Newport Yacht Show or the Newport Jazz Festival)
that Newport is famous for, your in for a real treat.
Back to New York. This is just a sample itinerary and
can be change to suit the needs of the guests aboard.
There is an abundance of places to go and things to
do and see that it can be hard to choose. But you will
have one of the best holidays ever, you can be sure
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