Ben LaDonne at the Helm, looks gloomy, but was a great day

What a day! Cloudy and warm, but no rain. And within 10 minutes of arriving, we were on a boat for a 3 hour tour. Luckily we did not become a stranded cast away! But we did have a boat full of buddies.

Amazing craftsmanship

The YNOT Yacht gang said those magic words. Boat Ride. Phil Andrews and I didn’t even hesitate. Amazing. Eulipion is as wonderful as ever and 10 years after her restoration, she is flawless and runs like the day she was new.

This is Eulipion. An amazing restored Red and White. Sans the red!

Lets go!

Seeing the Thousand Islands by water is the only way to go. And go we did. So here ya go. Enjoy.

This place is rich with boats of all types

Construction boats

Happy people on the shore line

Amazing boat houses with little gems inside

The homes along the water are insane amazing

More LaDonnes out on the water in their amazing center console

Old cool boats everywhere

For some reason I now like tug boats? Mmmmm

CLAYTON!

The boat house of all boat houses

Amazing details make this a magical place

LOVE THIS! House and Boat House as one

Genus. Trailer on a barge as a home!

Another amazing boathouse

Will it be a classic someday? NO! God No!

Now that is a classic! Riva magic

Rock!

OH NOOOO! It’s Mr House!

Busy water way

Post Office – Round Island

Could you live here?

Or here!

More magic along the way

Secret small water ways


Meanwhile back at the show

NO WAKE

HEY! Slow down..

Yellow is hip this year


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12 Responses to “A Three Hour Tour… Here At The Thousand Islands”
  1. m-fine

    Looks like a great way to spend three hours! Sorry I couldn’t get away yesterday to join you.

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  2. Greg Lewandowski

    Great pics. Brings back many memories of our Michigan gang cruise last year. Also great to see the LaDonnes. Looks like they brought the fleet. Enjoy the weekend.

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  3. Andy in Middletown

    Any chance someone could share what the 30 foot Chris Craft Sea Skiff sold for?

    Thank you in advance

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  4. WoodyGal

    What a beautiful place! And it’s all about living on the water…and of course boats!

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  5. Desni D

    When we were there the locals called that little brown house that barely fits on the little island the “Mother in Law House” 🙂

    Denis D

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  6. Royce Humphreys

    Loved visiting Clayton a few years back but unfortunately not for the show! Its on my bucket list! Always fun boating with the LeDonne family!

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