Plan A – takes about 1 -1/2 hours for a fee of $300 total for up to six people. If you want to extend the time for swimming or watching sail boat races, the fee is prorated; Enjoy a cruise around Newport Harbor. Pickup is at Fort Adams State Park, 80 Fort Adams Dr. Newport, RI. Going around the harbor heading south first Cottrell’s Wharf. This is time share condo’s with boat dockage. The next dock is Brown & Howard Wharf. This is where the biggest yachts tie up in Newport Harbor. Lee’s Wharf is next with West Howard Wharf right after. The next dockage belongs to the International Yacht Restoration School at Spring Wharf. This is a school where students learn the skills needed to work in the maritime industry. Still heading in a southerly direction is Waites Wharf. An upscale restaurant called, ‘At The Deck’ is at the end of the dock surrounded by a RSVP dock called West Wind Marina. Ending the cruise south is Coddington Wharf with high end condominiums. Turning to the east we pass by Kings Park. Kings Park has a monument to the French nobleman, General Rochambeau erected in 1934. General Rochambeau was a key commander of the French forces in 1780 who assisted George Washington and the Continental army during the American Revolutionary war. This is just the beginning. Come aboard to see and hear more.
Guests can bring snacks and drinks as they wish. Provided is water
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The harbor tour also includes a close up view of the mega yachts in the harbor. Yachts belonging to celebrities such as Ron Howard, Judge Judy, Johnny Depp, and many more. Each yacht researched to provide yacht details on cost to build and cost to charter. Each week in Newport is a different experience.
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The cost is $300 total for 1-1/2 hours for one or up to six people. Extra time is prorated. This is a private charter, your party are the only customers aboard. Other type charters available such as watching sailing races, light house viewing, sunsets which could include a light snack. Just ask.
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See Newport from a mariners view