We enjoyed our time on the “Kate” and really appreciated the museum visit before we sailed. The irony of meeting a person whose family had donated many tools to the museum added to the experience. The cruise was totally relaxing; the food for sale onboard taunted our noses and was tasty. The crew made us feel right at home throughout the trip. If we had known in advance that we could have brought our own food and beverages we might have done so, but other than not being able to buy a beer, there was nothing truly lacking. Binoculars were a big asset, and many photos were snapped. The narrator did quite a bit to enhance the trip by pointing out sites along the way. Thankfully he was mostly quiet for the return trip and a few winks were caught by both of us. There is both outside and inside seating available. Restrooms are clean. One note: kids under the age of 10 MUST wear ship provided life preservers or they can wear personal PFD’s if they meet Coast Guard standards. There was one little guy out near where we sat who didn’t like this rule (and expressed his discomfort in a most vocal way) but all other kids seemed to have no problem.
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