Boat Cruises and Flutter Zones at Maritime Aquarium

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — The Maritime Aquarium has so many exciting things to offer, including boat rides, sea adventures, and the Flutter Zone Exhibit.

Associate Director of Vessel Operations Travis Mingo and Education Supervisor for Vessel Programs Nicki Rosenfeld  talk about Maritime Aquarium’s boat cruises and the “Flutter Zone”.

There will be a new expanded lineup of public cruises this summer such as a lighthouse cruise, a sunset cruise, and even a fireworks cruise! Also, the new “Flutter Zone” is open just for the summer and welcomes both children and adults.

For tickets and more information about the aquarium, visit www.maritimeaquarium.org and watch the video above!

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The Maritime Aquarium is a not-for-profit organization open in South Norwalk since 1988. Their mission is to inspire people of all ages to appreciate and protect the Long Island Sound ecosystem and the global environment through living exhibits, marine science, and environmental education. Guests get close to sharks, seals, sea turtles, jellies, river otters and other fascinating aquatic creatures. And the Aquarium has the first – and still largest – IMAX movie theater in Connecticut, with a screen that’s six stories high. TripAdvisor users rate them the No. 1 aquarium in New England and Yankee magazine recently named them the best family attraction in New England.

 

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