The Mark Hotel Launches The Mark Sailboat for Hotel Guests

New York City’s The Mark Hotel is offering guests the chance to enjoy The Mark Sailboat, available through September.

Available exclusively for hotel guests, the 70-foot Nathanael Greene Herreshoff-designed vessel can be chartered from Tribeca’s North Cove Marina for a three-hour journey, down the Hudson River through the New York Harbor. Guests book the sailboat directly through the hotel and it requires 48 hours advance booking. There are no scheduled voyages.

Note: all room categories have the opportunity to book the sailboat.

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If guests would prefer, it can be rented out entirely, accommodating anywhere from as few as two people up to 25 guests. The price begins at $3,500 for two, and increases by $165 for each additional guest.

The onboard menu is provided by The Mark’s resident chef, Jean-Georges Vongerichten. Options include lobster daikon rolls, tuna tartare crostini, and waterlemon and goat cheese skewers.

The Mark Hotel is located in the Upper East Side at the corner of Madison Avenue and 77th Street. In 2009 The Mark was completely renovated. Drawing on the expertise of an extraordinary group of talents, including designer Jacques Grange, hotel manager Olivier Lordonnois, perfumer Frédéric Malle, Michelin Three-Star Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten and hairstylist Frédéric Fekkai, The Mark Hotel “is the new beacon of high French style, immaculate service and American technology and comfort.”

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