Raquette Lake Navigation

You Can Pick up at our lowville office Mon-Fri from 10am to 3pm
This certificate entitles the bearer to a Raquette Lake Navigation $86 value for only $43. Disclaimer: There is a $10 service charge for tax and gratuity Good for two people for a Luncheon Cruise run through October 6th. The Certificate has no cash value and you can't receive money back for the certificate. Also only 1 certificate per table or party, all certificates have a 30 day expireation date from the day of registration. Certificates are availible for pick-up the day following registration. If you do not pick up and pay for your certificate by the expiration date you will go on a no sell list. If you can't make it to the office you can send a self addressed stamped envelope along with payment to 7606 N. State Street Lowville NY 13367. There is a $1 handling fee for checks.

Raquette Lake Navigation $86 value for only $43. Good for two people for a Luncheon Cruise run through October 6th. Cruise and Dine Raquette Lake and view the breathtaking scenery of historic camps on the Adirondacks Largest Natural Lake!! Board the W.W Durant and enjoy a two-hour cruise in Raquette Lake with historic commentary, a buffet-style meal, and tax and gratuity. Luncheon cruises scheduled Tues, Thurs, Sat during July and August; Wednesdays are pizza, and Fridays are BBQ Picnic Cruises during the summer. Just Saturdays in the fall. Our Adirondack luncheon cruises are offered midweek during the fall with preformed groups; individuals may piggyback subject to availability visit https://www.raquettelakenavigation.com/cruises/lunch-cruise/ to book today

Event Properties

Event Date 09-26-2018
Event End Date 10-06-2018 11:55 pm
Registration Start Date 09-26-2018
Capacity 10
Registered 0
Available place 10
Cut off date 10-06-2018 11:55 pm
Individual Price $43.00
We are no longer accepting registration for this event

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