Kingston, New York

We happen across boats in many ages and stages!

Mathilda (top) was built in 1898 in Sorrel, Quebec, Mathilda is one of the few remaining steam tugboats in existence with her original steam engine intact. She permanently dry docked in the Hudson River Maritime Museum yard.

Rip Van Winkle (lower right) was built to be an oil industry shore well platform service vessel. Today she serves as a ferry for Hudson River Cruises in Kingston, New York.

A Fine Meal! Frank & Mark Guido’s Mariner’s Harbor where the food is super!

What a great treat after a long, rainy journey! Tomorrow we start the Flight of Five…

 

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