sáb, 29 oct|
NPTOut Halloween Costume Cruise
Cruise around Newport Harbor on board the Gansett Cruise power yacht while enjoying a fun Halloween costume experience. It is an LGBTQ+ community building and visibility event; all are welcome. We are a safe queer space to be and express yourself and enjoy being on the water! Fun music, ocean views
Time & Location
29 oct 2022, 16:30 – 18:30
Gansett Cruises, 2 Bowens Landing, Newport, RI 02840, USA
About the Event
Cruise around Newport Harbor on board the Gansett Cruise power yacht while enjoying a fun Halloween costume experience. It is an LGBTQ+ community building and visibility event; all are welcome. We are a safe queer space to be and express yourself and enjoy being on the water! Fun music, ocean views & costumes! 🌈
Tickets price supports our work and helps us continue to run this organization. All tickets include a beer, wine, cocktail, or soft drink. A cash bar is available on board for additional beverages. Can't attend but would like to support? Buy a ticket for a community member in need.
Get creative with your costume and have fun! Please arrive by 4 PM for the 4:30 PM departure.
You may request a refund until 72 hours before the cruise departure time. Refunds requested after that point may not be given. In the event of severe weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances on the vessel or cruise operations prevent the captain's departure, the captain may decide to cancel the cruise, and all tickets will be refunded.
Parking is available nearby city-owned lots, including the Newport Visitors Center or the Mary Street Parking Lot. Metered street parking is also available throughout Newport. Please budget extra time for parking into your schedule.
For Safety Reasons:
- No Heels or Hard Soled shoes. Soft soled footwear only
- No Smoking onboard the vessel.
- There is a 'marine head' on board for passengers. We do suggest using a public restroom before boarding.
- Due to safety reasons, wheelchairs are not allowed onboard. A ramp leads down to the dock and another from the pier up to the boat. Passengers must climb down three steps from the ramp to board the vessel. Wheelchairs can be left at the ticket booth during the trip.
We can't wait to see you all kitties and celebrate in the community! Go!