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August 27, 2012 / M.E.

At Sea In The City

We arrived in New York on Friday just in time for an afternoon motor-sail. The weather was beautiful and it was an absolute treat to be out on the water. We sailed in the Hudson River up to the Statue of Liberty and then crossed the bay to the East River.

We passed by the Brooklyn Bridge and I was thrilled to see one of my favorite restaurants, The River Cafe, nestled under the bridge. Several sea planes were flying overhead and it was exciting to watch the take-offs and landings. If you ever have an opportunity to sail in New York City, do it!

Sailing Up The East River

The Brooklyn Bridge and The River Cafe

Moet Sailboat

Sea Plane

Sailing In The City

The Brooklyn Bridge

The Old Domino Sugar Factory

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  1. Justin Vaughan / Aug 27 2012 3:41 pm

    I was researching a possible landing destination for our float plane and your blog popped up. The float plane you took a photo of is ours, N539AK of Talon Air based out of Farmingdale, NY. Good shot!

    Good luck on your trip,

    Justin

    • M.E. / Sep 4 2012 10:39 pm

      Thanks Justin! It was so awesome watching them take off and land! That must be a sweet job! – M.E.

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