Now booking dates for your intimate, casual, fun Private Charter for 2015! RiverQuest is a unique, affordable venue for your private gathering of two to 50 guests! Weddings, Company Outings, Family Reunions, Cocktail Parties, Anniversary, etc......
We have a cruise for everyone, any age!
February thru October we are on the river with so many fun and relaxing cruises to enjoy! Daytime and Sunset Cruises, Birding (Tree Swallow, Osprey), Kid's, Wine/Food, Music and more.
Please click "More" below. A Gift Certificate for a RiverQuest cruise works for all ages, never goes out of style and never expires! We offer relaxing Sunset and Daytime Cruises and lots of Special Cruises throughout the year!
Happy Memorial Day Weekend! No cruises today.
Our next public Daytime Gillette Castle Viewing Cruise will be offered on this coming Saturday, May 30, 1:30pm departure.
Our first public cruise of the year was a lot of fun. We saw all kinds of interesting things! Ospreys, Cormorants, geese, ducks and more. Some of the nesting Osprey's appear to have young, still hard to tell. The Selden Island Hike also went great, keep your eyes open for the date for the October hike. Two Bald Eagles were spotted on that cruise, a two year old and a fully mature eagle. Checked out the Haddam Island Eagle's nest, two babies for sure! Got an OK picture of one of them, see below.
The "SWING BRIDGE OSPREYS" are still incubating.
First egg was laid April 30 on their new platform. So, we hope for a hatch around April 12. We'll keep you posted!
Funds are still being taken to help cover the cost of the "community" funded platform.
To Donate $$$ to the Osprey platform, please click here:http://www.gofundme.com/i5n9ys
We are booking Tree Swallow Cruises already: Reservations LINK.
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Picking up the Selden Island hikers, a great day! A Mute Swan nesting in the marsh
One of the Haddam Island Bald Eagle chicks! Pretty cool creature we found on the beach at Selden