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Chester Race Week daily boat tours available

by Chester Race Week on 30 Jul 2013
The view from Chester Yacht Club - Chester, Nova Scotia - Chester Race Week 2012 © Jude Robertson http://juderobertsonphoto.wix.com/pix
For anyone not racing in Chester Race Week, but wants to get out on the water to see some racing action – Chester Yacht Club has arranged for daily boat tours leaving from the wharf:

Chester Race Week Daily Boat Tours: Wednesday, August 14th-Saturday, August 17th on 38’ fibreglass lobster / passenger boat, C.S.I. Coast Guard Inspected and licensed for 12 persons

Tancook Island Tour: 10am-12:30pm: Cruise out to beautiful Big Tancook Island, go ashore for 1 hour, and explore the island, or stop at the restaurant for an ice cream.

Spot porpoise, seals, and lots of marine wildlife on this cruise! View the Yachts racing in the harbour on our return to Chester. Adults: $40pp Children: $25pp, 12yrs and under

Harbour Cruise: 1:00pm, 2:30pm, 4:00pm: Cruise for one hour around some of the many islands of Chester’s front and back harbours and down past the golf course to Lobster Point. Adults: $30pp Children: $20pp, 12 years and under

Sunset Cruise: 7:00pm until sunset: Cruise the front and back harbours of Chester, and view the sunset on the return to Chester Yacht Club. Adults: $30pp Children: $20pp, 12 years and under

Payment to be made on the boat upon arrival. Cash or Cheque only.

Reservations recommended for the Tancook Island Tour.

Pick up will be at Chester Yacht Club.

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