“Men Were Not Meant To Be in Plastic Boats”
“Men were not meant to be in plastic boats.” -Captain Patrick
It’s true: wooden boats have a “special look, feel and smell that attracts people to them,” says our Captain. And the Cherokee, at 91 years old, is no exception.
In her earlier years, the Cherokee was a commuter craft, transporting “well-to-do’s” from Connecticut to the Financial District in Manhattan. Now, decades later, it’s been refurbished to take Madisonians and out-of-towners alike on private 90-minute charters and public cruises.
The Cherokee will also act as running a water taxi providing transportation to and from The Edgewater Pier and the UW Alumni Pier (adjacent to the Memorial Union Terrace).
“I’ve been boating since I was 8 years old,” says Captain Patrick. “And I’m happy the Cherokee was chosen for The Edgewater to provide a unique experience on Lake Mendota.”
Transportation from The Edgewater Pier to the UW Alumni Pier (adjacent to the Memorial Union Terrace) is $5 per guest. Public Happy Hour Cruises start at $45 per guest. Private Voyages vary. Credit cards accepted.
Here’s more information about The Edgewater’s Private Voyages on the Cherokee.
Published on Jul 27 2015
Last Updated on Nov 26 2021