The earliest means of transportation around New York Harbor, to Brooklyn and Staten Island and to trading was moored offshore was rowboats. The rowboats would unload trade goods at the rear of the buildings. Continue reading
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Ralph Lauren 2011, channeling Harlem style on the water, it’s pure Harlem Yacht Club – quality, style and attitude.
If you’re a Harlem Yacht Club enthusiast or just curious looking forward to warmer weather and the upcoming yachting season. You’ll love, the incredible 106th New York Boat Show scheduled to open Wednesday January 19 and run through Sunday, January 23, 2011. Continue reading
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The original Harlem Yacht Club dates back to around 1855