Planning a trip up the Hudson

Planning a trip up the Hudson

Postby rscriv » Sun Jan 13, 2008 4:07 pm

I just returned from Kingston. Took the kids skiing.

After crossing over the Hudson multiple times, I decided that heading up the river, would be a good trip come the warm weather. Not sure we'd make it all the way up to Albany, but I would like to make it at least to Kingston.

Any recomendations for overnight stops, marinas, etc.

Thanks!
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Re: Planning a trip up the Hudson

Postby rommer » Sun Jan 13, 2008 6:33 pm

When are you planning the trip for? You could always join up with one of our HRCC raftups. We welcome all visitors!

To give you the best info, starting point, time frame and how many days you will have for the trip will help us help you.
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Re: Planning a trip up the Hudson

Postby rscriv » Tue Jan 15, 2008 2:10 pm

Thanks for the advice on the trip and the radar!

I'm looking at mid June. I'll drop another message when I get the details arranged.

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Re: Planning a trip up the Hudson

Postby Rugger8 » Tue Jan 15, 2008 9:37 pm

Come on up and let us know when you are coming. A good first stop is probably Haverstraw Marina, they have lots of transient space. Then when you get to Kingston (3 hrs. north of Haverstraw), I have had good expeeriences at Roundout Yacht Club. Or you can stay at the town docks, which is right in the town, but no electricity, water , etc..

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Re: Planning a trip up the Hudson

Postby rommer » Wed Jan 16, 2008 9:50 am

Actually the town docks in Kingston does have electric and water although the water is a PITA to reach as its about 30' away across a moot up on land. Takes 2 people to get a hose across.

I like Roundout Yacht Basin and if you have a dink you can get to town easily. Otherwise it is a cab ride if you want to eat out. If you go all the way up stream you will come to an area where you can anchor out with a water fall. (Not huge but nice none the less.)
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