Enjoy a 1.5-hour cruise along the Hudson River and New York Harbor on a classic 1920s-style yacht. Pass by Manhattan's financial district, One World Trade, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty. Views of the Brooklyn Bridge can been seen as the boat cruises around New York Harbor. Take in the beautiful skyline as the sun dips below the horizon. This is a great way to see Manhattan for visitors and locals alike and a great photo opportunity as well. One complimentary beverages (including beer, wine or Champagne) is included with each adult ticket. Additional beverages can be purchased by credit card from the bar.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The wooden-hulled screw steam yacht Red Cross was completed in 1892 at East Providence, RI, and by 1907 had been renamed Admiral. At that time, the yacht was owned by the banker, George Rumsey Sheldon. She was next owned by Irving T. Bush (1869-1948), the founder and creator of the famed Bush Terminal in South Brooklyn, NY, before being acquired by the president of the Submarine Signal Co., of New London, Gordon Dexter (1864-1937) about 1914. When the United States entered World War I, the American Navy sought ships to perform a variety of tasks, including local patrol. The Navy acquired Admiral from Gordon Dexter on 5 July 1917, and placed her in commission at Lawley''s Ship Yard, Boston, Mass., on 7 August 1917, Lt. Charles A. Maynard, NNV, in command.
Tebo Yacht Basin was an amateur U.S. soccer team sponsored by the Tebo Yacht Basin company of Brooklyn, New York. It had a brief impact on the U.S. soccer scene from 1918 to 1921. In the fall of 1918, Tebo was drawn with Vikings in the first round of the National Challenge Cup. At the time, they played in the Metropolitan League in New York City. In 1920, they moved to the New York State Football League and gained national prominence with a series of cup and league titles. In 1921, they won the Southern New York State Football Association cup, the La Sultana Cup and the New York State League titles.
Jimmy Gallagher June 7, 1901 in Kirkintilloch, Scotland October 7, 1971 in Cleveland, Ohio was a Scottish American soccer right wing midfielder who spent eleven seasons in the American Soccer League. He was a member of the U.S. soccer teams at the 1930 FIFA World Cup and 1934 FIFA World Cup. Gallagher was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1986.Gallagher moved to the U.S. with his mother when he was twelve, settling in New York City. When he was seventeen, he signed with Tebo Yacht Basin F.C. of the New York State League. In 1920, Tebo lost to Brooklyn Robins Dry Dock in the third round of the National Challenge Cup. However, the team won the 1920-1921 league and league cup titles.
A Self-Help book for single, financially savvy women; It outlines how to dress, present yourself, what subjects to get educated in, and what type of places to visit in order to meet and attract wealthy men. It not only gives pointers on how to get financial favors from your suitors without giving IT up but it also gives pointers on how to make the money you accumulated work for you in the future. The Author (Baje Fletcher) shares the lessons she's learned over the years and inspires women around the globe to never lose sight of their goals. Gold Digging or GOAL Digging? You decide. Receiving a great deal of publicity for her new book, A Golddigger's Guide, successful CEO and author Baje Fletcher schools aspiring women on how to play the game to get what they want. On the rough road to Hollywood, countless beauties searching for fame and fortune become overwhelmed by the seedy advances of self-proclaimed 'powerful men' who promise to make them a household name. Such men include sleazy executives, producers, entertainers, sports stars and even corporate professionals who prey on unsuspecting, beautiful women naïvely ready to 'do anything for fame.' When these men get to star model and author Baje Fletcher however, the game gets flipped on them and she's taking no prisoners in the process. Having been there and done that, or at the very least, observed the effects such 'poor choices' have had on other women, Baje is turning the tables and making a profit She wants to teach you how she does it as well. The multi-faceted Baje is in the process of shopping her reality show based off A Golddigger's Guide and is preparing to write her second book. She credits her tireless work ethic to being 'Brooklyn-born and Jamaican-raised,' as her upbringing taught her the value of perseverance, hard work and being resilient through challenges. 'If everything I have today is taken away from me, I know how to pick myself up and start all over again because I came from nothing.' Baje concludes, 'Everything I have now is a blessing. I'm a hard worker and thank God I'm able to do what I love for a living.' Story By: L. Raquel Boone of Jadore Magazine Her book's called A Gold Digger's Guide. She teaches 'apprentices' how to get gifts from men without falling in love. The author, actress ('Paris Hilton's My New BFF'), music video dancer (most recently, Kanye's 'Love Lockdown'), and entrepreneur aims to teach 'how to get what you want, without giving it up.' You know: it. 'You don't ever tell him up front that you're not going to sleep with him and never meet alone or in secluded areas,' Fletcher says. 'It's about using your mind and planning ahead.' Fletcher's house, Bentley, college degree, and collection of Gucci and Louis Vuitton purses have been financed by the great men of Miami, Broward, and Palm Beach. Fletcher called South Florida home in 2007 and 2008, and she stopped by our newsroom last week. After the jump, her favorite local places to pick up sugar daddies: Cugini Grille & Martini Bar 'In Delray, the men are mature, focused, and goal-oriented. I can learn things from them, like business etiquette. There are always Bentleys and Rolls-Royces around Cugini, and there's nice jazz music playing down the block.' The Westin Diplomat Resort & Spa 'It's a hotel that has a couple of lounges attached where yachts sail right up to you -- literally, you can step right off a yacht and step right in the party, which is often outside.' - Story by Lisa Gartner of New Times News