We had quite an awesome blogpost about Sandy Hook beach for the 4th of July, but as I am often asked about the discount coupon for the Seastreak Ferry that brings you from Manhattan to the beach, I am just posting it here on my blog (they don’t make it easy to find at the Seastreak website).
This is also a good excuse to post some of the older photos that have been waiting for a moment like this.
So, as you can conclude from the company’s name, the ferry brings you to streak by the sea 😉
Well, this is not exactly streaking, as the Gunnison Beach of Sandy Hook is a legal clothing-optional beach. By the way, as you can see, even nudists are not opposed to using fabric… and there are some other options of using it besides clothing 😉 It is nice to see it waving in the wind.
In the end, it is all about freedom, you can leave your
hat niqab on 😀
Here is a couple of photos from the last two visits. When many people got scared of rain and clouds last Saturday, not only did they miss the Tacoboy’s Beachfest and perfect weather for volleyball, but also a full rainbow in the end of the day!
Sunday turned out to be a full day of sun, and the last ferry was bringing us to the city with a stunning sunset view!
Could it be more perfect? Maybe if the sun was right by the torch of Miss Liberty… but let’s not ask for too much from a casual trip to the beach.
Seeing these iconic views on the way from the beach makes taking the quite expensive ferry worthwhile (besides bringing you to the city faster than by car).
By the way, I almost forgot about the discount coupon with all these views, here it is.
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I know this blogpost shows up among top results for “Sandy Hook ferry coupon” search, but if you read it in 2014, please go to the new post https://activenaturists.net/2014/06/30/discounted-tickets-for-the-ferry-to-sandy-hook-lets-show-up-in-big-numbers-and-play-some-ball-games/
working ! Thanks !
I can’t see the coupon… ???
how come? it’s the last “picture” of the blogpost 🙂
The link is a PDF file, not a “picture”. Using the “a” tag rather than the “img” tag, you can make it work.
hm, but why wouldn’t you be able to see a PDF file??? I can certainly see it in my browser (safari) on the laptop and on iPhone
I know this is an old thread.
The display would require Acrobat Reader to be installed.
Haven’t seen a coupon for 2014 yet.