Benefit for the Bays

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Monday, June 17, 2013
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The apotheosis of inter-war elegance, the Mariner III emblematizes America’s Golden Age. Built in 1926, the assiduous restoration of the yacht’s brass, varnished mahogany and Parisian crystal have left her character unchanged at heart.

The seas on which she’s chartered have changed immeasurably.

On June 29 Peconic Baykeeper and Waterkeeper Alliance invite you aboard the M III to their Benefit for the Bays. We’re all celebrating Baykeeper’s 15 years of indefatigable dedication to the protection of the Peconic and South Shore estuaries of Long Island as well as raising awareness and funds to keep waters swimmable, drinkable, fishable.

Sponsored in part by the Swedish Culinary Group, the opulent event will feature a three course dinner concocted by Michelin-starred Gustav Tragardh. Come for dockside cocktails at 5 30; the dinner cruise is at 8.

Cocktails: $250

Cocktails and Dinner: $500

For Reservations: call Peconic Baykeeper at 631.653.4804 or the Waterkeeper Alliance at 212.747.0622

More information: peconicbaykeeper.org


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