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So nice to see The beautiful Lannon sailing by Shore Road.
So much beauty in one harbor. It almost doesn’t seem fair….almost.
The day began a bit dreary, but grey skies couldn’t detract from the gorgeousness of the schooners as they paraded throughout our harbor.
Lucky, lucky us. Thanks to everyone who played a part in another successful Schooner Festival.
A Sunset Cruise with
ALLEN ESTES & FLY AMERO!!
watercolor by Marilyn Swift
the Thomas E. Lannon is perhaps the most elegant way to appreciate the amazing
and beautiful city in which we live. Actually, there always seems to be people from
other parts of the country (and world) on board, taking it all in for the very first
time. We find ourselves looking at familiar waters through fresh eyes as we hear
their stories from points beyond the island. But it’s Tommy, Kay and the rest of the
Ellis crew who are the true stars of the show. So smooth and professional, you can
hardly tell there’s serious work being done all around you – until you volunteer to
help hoist a sail, that is!
Thursday, July 31st
A Sunset Cruise with Great Music!
6:30 – 8:30pm (be at the dock by 6:15)
The Thomas E. Lannon
Seven Seas Wharf at The Gloucester House Restaurant
Rogers Street (Rte. 127) | Gloucester, MA 01930
978–281–6634 | firstname.lastname@example.org
…to seeing you there! :-) ~ Fly
Rick and I enjoyed a wonderful evening on The Lannon on Saturday evening. The Lannon is such a pretty boat. Kay and Tom with their great crew make you feel so comfortable and welcome. The cruise at 5:30 -8:00 took all the stress away not just one day of stress but a lifetime. Here a couple of pictures of our cruise. When it was time to get off, just wanted to turn around and take another cruise. Thank you Lannon.