Mystery Boat Docked in Hudson Draws Major Attention
Many residents noticed something interesting in the Hudson River.
There really are a ton of cool things that go on in the Hudson Valley and we are no stranger to seeing some big names around here. I was looking on Instagram the other day and I couldn't help but notice that a big boat was docked in the Hudson River and there was a giant, popular name attached to it.
What mystery boat was spotted in the Hudson Valley?
The National Geographic/Travel boat appeared in the Hudson Valley because it gets full of tourists who want to see the beautiful scenery in the Hudson Valley (what a great way to spend a day), but this time there was some real significance to where it docked.
Where did the National Geographic/Travel boat dock in the Hudson Valley?
Here's where it gets cool for residents in the Hudson area. I reached out to the Hudson Sloop Club and they mentioned that the boat always has to dock in the Catskills because there never is enough room for it in Hudson. Once the boat docks, tourists would have to take buses back to Hudson and it would just be an extra step in the travel process.
However, this year officials made sure that the boat could dock directly in Hudson and they are trying to make it easier for tourists and residents. How great.
Are there more tours going on?
Yes, if you are looking to spend the day on a National Geographic/Travel boat click here for more information. There are tours to see the fall foliage, iconic landmarks in the Hudson Valley and even one for NYC. If you do go on one, send us a picture and let us know how it is.
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