Tall Ship SoundWaters Returns To HarborFest

The 80-foot, three-masted schooner SoundWaters will set sail for Manhasset Bay during HarborFest 2016, an experience you won’t want to miss. Tell your friends and family and reserve now for the June 4 and 5 sails.

On Saturday, June 4, SoundWaters will offer a Sunset Sail from 6 to 8 p.m. During HarborFest Dock Day, on Sunday, June 5, you can go for a sail from the Port Washington Town Dock at 12, 2 and 4 p.m. It’s best to arrive at least 20 minutes beforehand. Each Dock Day sail will last about an hour and 15 minutes.

Reservations for all sails are made online at www.harborfestcruises.eventbrite.com. Phone reservations are not accepted. The cost for the Saturday night Sunset Sail is $35 per person, all ages. The cost for the Sunday Dock Day sails is $25 for adults and $15 for children under 12. Please note that children under 5 should not participate in the cruises.

Founded in 1989, SoundWaters is a leading environmental educational organization based in Stamford, CT. Its mission is to educate children and adults about the wonders and beauty of Long Island Sound and its watershed. The schooner travels throughout the western Sound, bringing educational programs to schools throughout the region, including the Port Washington School District.

For more information about HarborFest and SoundWaters, call the Chamber of Commerce at 516-883-6566 or email office@pwcoc.org.

—Bobbie Polay

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The 80-foot, three-masted schooner SoundWaters will set sail for Manhasset Bay during HarborFest 2016, an experience you won’t want to miss. Tell your friends and family and reserve now for the June 4 and 5 sails. On Saturday, June 4, SoundWaters will offer a Sunset Sail from 6 to 8 p.m. During HarborFest Dock Day, on Sunday, June 5, you can go for a sail from the Port Washington Town Dock at 12, 2 and 4 p.m. It’s best to arrive at least 20 minutes beforehand. Each Dock Day sail will last about an hour and 15 minutes. Reservations for all sails are made online at www.harborfestcruises.eventbrite.com. Phone reservations are not accepted. The cost for the Saturday night Sunset Sail is $35 per person, all ages. The cost for the Sunday Dock Day sails is $25 for adults and $15 for children under 12. Please note that children under 5 should not participate in the cruises. Founded in 1989, SoundWaters is a leading environmental educational organization based in Stamford, CT. Its mission is to educate children and adults about the wonders and beauty of Long Island Sound and its watershed. The schooner travels throughout the western Sound, bringing educational programs to schools throughout the region, including the Port Washington School District. For more information about HarborFest and SoundWaters, call the Chamber of Commerce at 516-883-6566 or email office@pwcoc.org.

—Bobbie Polay

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