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The Daily Breeze, July 17th

Posted on July 16, 2012

Week 28 Tuesday July 17, 2012 Sunrise and Sunset 5:25 am 8:33 pm Local Weather (Subject to Change!) The Harbor might experience some wild weather today, with HOT temps reaching 92 degrees, thunderstorms later in the day, and perhaps even some hail to accompany the gusty winds. Or it might just be another pleasant day […]

Fun with Week 26!

Posted on July 9, 2012

Week 26 had another magical week! Captain Brian had a great week exploring Snake Den Harbor with the daily EScape Cruise. He was able to show and share with our guests two baby Bald Eagles, along with the parents. There is an Osprey nest near by as well. If you don’t have a chance to […]

Week 24 Takes Advantage of Outdoor Fun!

Posted on June 25, 2012

Last week we had the inaugural EScape Haystack fishing trip! Fishing was slow but we caught 5 keeper-sized Perch between 5 people on board. Our paddle boards are a big hit, and our two new Tidewater powerboats are on their moorings patiently waiting to be taken out! Congratulations to all who participated in Basin Harbor’s […]

It’s February and we’re golfing!

Posted on February 6, 2012

  Although it’s February, we’re thinking golf! How could we not? It’s 4o degrees at Basin Harbor today and it’s February 6th. Captain Brian took some time out during his lunch break to show his daughter how to tee off from the first hole. Look how green the grass is. Since we’re talking golf, this […]

Time for a little ice fishing…

Posted on January 9, 2012

Those of you who have stayed with us, may have had the pleasure of meeting Butch Richards. He’s one of our employees that make up our excellent Engineering team and has worked with us for over 15 years. This past weekend he spent his time fishing on Lake Champlain and caught over 125 lbs. of […]

Otter sighting

Posted on March 25, 2009

A very cute otter was playing at the bridge where Dead Creek comes into Otter Creek this morning at 9 am. There were several people fishing there, too, so it certainly wasn’t a shy critter.