Now booking dates for your intimate, casual, fun Private Charter for 2015! RiverQuest is a unique, affordable venue for your private gathering of two to 50 guests! Weddings, Company Outings, Family Reunions, Cocktail Parties, Anniversary, etc......
We have a cruise for everyone, any age! February thru October we are on the river with so many fun and relaxing cruises to enjoy! Daytime and Sunset Cruises, Birding (Tree Swallow, Osprey), Kid's, Wine/Food, Music and more. BOOKING NOW: Mother's Day Cruises
Please click "More" below. A Gift Certificate for a RiverQuest cruise works for all ages, never goes out of style and never expires! We offer relaxing Sunset and Daytime Cruises and lots of Special Cruises throughout the year!
Next public cruises are Sunday, Mother's Day, May 10! Mom's are half price, $10 per Mom.
Departing at 3:30pm (the 11:30am and 1:30pm are both SOLD OUT!).
On Saturday, May 16th at 5:30pm, our first Sunset Cruise, a Special Spring Foliage Sunset Cruise, partial northbound to see the Haddam Island Eagle's nest and more!
THE BRIDGE OSPREYS ARE BACK, looks like they laid their first egg (4/30) on their new community funded platform. Funds are still being taken to help cover the cost of the platform.
Donations appreciated! To donate please use this link: Donate here: http://www.gofundme.com/i5n9ys
We are still seeing eagles around and many Ospreys. Many of the Ospreys are already nesting, some still working on nests.
The Bridge Osprey couple is adding sticks to the platform like crazy. A couple of Ospreys are already nesting; some are still just starting their nests.
We are booking Tree Swallow Cruises already: Reservations LINK.
Check out our Favorite Links and Resources page for links and web cams we are hooked on...Help us by emailing some of your favorites!
To Donate $$$ to the Osprey platform click here:http://www.gofundme.com/i5n9ys
The Haddam Island couple feeding babies! This Osprey has starting to incubate eggs!
Alex & Amy install New Bluebird Houses for us to monitor. Rescued -- We helped this little hatchling to the pond!!
Photo: Lisa Wahle