We are 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 enjoyt! Winter Wonderland Eagle Cruises, Sunset Cruises, Island Landings, Birding, Wine/Food, Music and more.
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!
We are DONE for the 2014 season, however....stand by for a possible cruise or two to search for Eagles in DECEMBER!!! We will send out an email or just keep checking here.
THANK YOU to all who came out and enjoyed the river and supported us. It was a great year! Cathy put together a slide show of 2014:
RiverQuest is out of the water for her big Coast Guard inspection, brand new engines and some general "spiffing" up (paint, new doors, flooring, etc)....at "The Spa" as Captain Mark puts it. We are also very excited to be adding a new radar and depth sounder/fish finder so we can show you more easily what is in and above the water on the cabin TV.
Also, not too early to be thinking about HOLIDAY Gift Certifcates or Winter Wonderland/Eagle Cruises, both available on-line.
Winter Bird List:
Female Common Mergansers in Salmon River, late October
11-04: Male and female Coot north of the Haddam Bridge
11-08: Osprey in Salmon Cove. Five eagles between Salmon River and Brockway Island
11-12: Great Cormorant on Marker 35, Deep River AND 9 eagles
11-23: A male and female Common Goldeneye, Brockaway Island adult Eagle pair.
Check out our new Favorite Links and Resources page for links and web cams we are hooked on...Help us by emailing some of your favorites!
The Brockway Island Eagles seem to like this tree. The Girls are back! Common Mergansers, a winter visitor.
Coot north of the East Haddam Swinge Bridge. Adult couples reconnecting for the upcoming nesting season