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See Splendid Foliage along the Hudson River

Explore the majestic Hudson River aboard the Rip Van Winkle II and enjoy narrated cruises past quaint lighthouses, waterfront mansions, and a magnificent view of the Catskill Mountains.

1-845-340-4700
1 E. Strand St.
Kingston, NY 12401
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Explore the majestic Hudson River aboard the Rip Van Winkle II and enjoy narrated cruises past quaint lighthouses, waterfront mansions, and a magnificent view of the Catskill Mountains.
 

Weekends in summer offer sunset cruises, live music and DJ Dance Cruises as well as dinner cruises and special themed events, and in the Fall go Leaf Peeping.
 
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Kingston, NY

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