TOP 5 NYC Instagram Locations

The best spots to get the perfect instagram shots:

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Behind Statue Of Liberty

The rare view from behind Lady Liberty with Lower Manhattan and the Brooklyn Bridge in the background

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42nd Street Canyon

Manhattanhenge is cool… but the view looking the other way not only breathtaking, but available every day.

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Below Brooklyn Bridge

There are so many shots from up top, and so few from the river looking up. Get under the Brooklyn Bridge and get the shot!


The Greatest Skyline

Sunrise, sunset, low fog, bright sun, Sept. 11, July 4th, etc etc… its always perfect. And its best from the water right around 14th Street in the center of the Hudson River.

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From terra firma

An option on a budget. Walk S from Pier i Cafe for an incredible industrial sunset.

TOP 5 Ways to Sail This Fall in NYC

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1)  ASA 103. Labor Day Weekend. Take it to the NEXT LEVEL. $690 BOOK NOW
2)  FALL YOUTH SAILING. After School in September  BOOK NOW
3)  PRACTICE SAILS. Keep sailing the J24s on Sundays in Sept.  BOOK NOW
4)  PRIVATE CHARTERS. Cooling Temps & Clear Skies. Sept Savings! BOOK NOW
5)  CAMP FAMILY CHARTERS. Camp Families save BIG. Code 'Camp'  BOOK NOW

Grand Banks Opening Friday

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Weekend on a boat, with oysters!

The wildly popular Oyster Bar on a historic sailing ship is opening this Friday, May 15th. If there's ever a place to relax with incredible sunsets as well as city views, it's Grand Banks while their docked for the summer at Pier 25 in Tribeca. Check out the Grand Banks website for more info.

How are we involved? Atlantic Yachting Owner, Logan Rowell, is proud to serve on the board of Maritime Foundation, owners of the Sherman Zwicker and home to Grand Banks. Maritime Foundation is a NYC based non-profit dedicated to the preservation of historic vessels and other maritime history. 

Maritime Foundation's newest preservation project is an 1850's era Oyster Barge that was in imminent danger of destruction. Check out the great New York Times piece on the Oyster Barge

So if you can't join us for a Sailboat Charter or a Sailing Lesson, at least go grab a drink on a sailboat. And don't forget, if you want to arrive at Grand Bank in style, we can do that for you. 

See you out there.

Blog Moving Here

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Stepping on dry land and into 2015. 

Our original website has been a wonderful asset for almost ten years. Unfortunately she isn't very mobile friendly and the googles is starting to punish her for it. While the long and arduous process of rebuilding our original site is underway, sites like this are filling the void. You can still check out the original sailing blog and all the old posts. Our NYC Sailing Camp has a new site as well.

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See you on the water and have a great weekend!