Tag Archive: may

OpSail 2012 – Haggerty At Large by Betsy Frawley Haggerty

  “If you are a fan of tall sailing ships and naval warships then Wednesday, May 23, would be a good day to play hooky from work or school. Remember OpSail—the spectacular tall… Continue reading

A Hudson Valley Life Well Lived Marie Louise “Risi” Saunders by Andrew Revkin

“The Hudson River Valley and town of Philipstown have lost a cherished presence with the passing of Marie Louise “Risi” Saunders. Born November 10, 1915, in New York City, Risi died in her… Continue reading

A Heartfelt Plea By Ivey Levy (Article from the May 2012 Issue)

” I’m writing this to you, my Boating on the Hudson Readers through tears. I’m in the closest thing to agony that I have felt as an adult and I’m afraid that if… Continue reading

AMBROSE LIGHTSHIP BACK AT THE SOUTHSTREET SEAPORT by Jeff Sublett (Article from the May 2012 Issue)

“She’s back! The big bright red call for attention that is the Ambrose Lightship.  Only this time it’s a call to participate in living history at the South Street Seaport Museum and not… Continue reading

Papa Can You Fix It? by Dave Weakley, a.k.a “Dr Gel” (Article from the May 2012 Issue)

“On Sunday August 28th 2011 sometime between 5:30 – 6 PM the swift and powerful creek waters tore the boat from its mooring and swept it out onto to the Hudson River. It… Continue reading

More Than 100 Sea Tow Automated Radio Check Stations Now Operational (Article from the May 2012 Issue)

“Sea Tow announces that the number of stations transmitting its free Automated Radio Check service in coastal and inland boating areas across the U.S. has broken 100. Today, there are 107 Automated Radio… Continue reading

HOT OFF THE PRESSES: May 2012 Issue of Boating on the Hudson now available!

As always you can pick up the latest FREE issue of Boating on the Hudson magazine at your local marina or you can view it online HERE. Some of the great articles include;… Continue reading

Please Vote To Help Keep Them Afloat! (WE NEED YOUR HELP!!)

Please help us support Pamela Hepburn, one of the few female tug captains, and David Sharps, a juggling showboat barge captain, Tug Pegasus and the Waterfront Museum Barge, in Brooklynn, NY by voting… Continue reading

Please Meet Contestant #4 for our Miss or Mrs May Contest

This is Miss Kayla Smith. Below was the message she sent along with her photo to be entered in our Miss or Mrs May Contest. “attached is my submission. She is the prettiest… Continue reading

Please Meet Contestant #3 for our Miss or Mrs. May Contest

This is Sharon Bennett. Below was the message she sent along with her photo to be entered in our Miss or Mrs May Contest. “…this was taken while transiting the Dismal Swamp“ Thank… Continue reading

US Navy Blue Angels Prepare For Fleet Week

On Monday, April 2nd,  two F/A-18 Hornet fighter jets conducted test runs over the Hudson River, between the George Washington and Verrazano-Narrows bridges. The jets passed as low as 500 feet above the… Continue reading

Miss or Mrs. May Contest REMINDER!

LADIES! Don’t forget to submit your photo for the Miss or Mrs. May Contest. The winner will be featured in the May issue of Boating on the Hudson Magazine. There are less than… Continue reading

Calling All Ladies! Do You Want To Be Miss or Mrs. May for the May Issue Of Boating On The Hudson Magazine? Send Your Photo Now! The Winner Will Be Seen by People from OVER 57 COUNTRIES Throughout The World!

To Enter The Contest, Simply E-mail Your Picture, (Any kind of picture is OK) to VargojhVargo@aol.com We’ve had entering the contest locally as well as from all over the world! Let your friends… Continue reading

Please Meet Contestant #2 for our Miss or Mrs. May Contest

This is Patricia Dolcemascolo. Below was the message she sent along with her photo to be entered in our Miss or Mrs. May Contest. “Hi! Here I am enjoying my boat tiny dancer… Continue reading

Please Meet Contestant #1 for our Miss or Mrs. May Contest

This is Svatoslava Vonsikova and she hails all the way from Havirov in the Czech Republic. Below was the message she sent along with her photo to be entered in our Miss or… Continue reading