Named after the creek that feeds Saratoga Lake, the KAYDEROSS is a 22 foot Pontoon boat that was built in 2015. It is powered by a 75 horsepower Yamaha engine. The boat is equipped with comfortable seating in both the sun and shade. Accent Pillows and warm blankets add to her charm. When the sun sets, soft overhead lighting and candles set the mood.
Forget boat rentals! Charter the ‘Kaydeross’ to cruise the lake and go swimming! Let our captain do all the driving and take the worry out of your day. You just need to sit back, relax and enjoy the lake! Charter rates start at $275 and half and whole day packages are available.
Hal is licensed Master Captain and Engineer by the State of New York. He grew up boating on Lake George in Bolton Landing. Hal spent every summer on the water with his parents and grandparents. He first got his boaters safety course at 10 years old and has been an avid boater ever since. He grew up on large boats such as the Dutch Apple in Albany, originally built and owned by his uncle. Eventually Hal Captain the large cruise boats on Lake George such as the Horicon and Adirondac and still does to this day. His goal to bring back the golden years of steam boating to Saratoga Lake.
Kevin brings a lot of experience and knowledge to company. He has been boating since he was 8 years old. Kevin served 8 years with the United States Coast Guard at Eatons Neck. After Kevin Retired from the Coast Guard he then worked in the private sector serving on tug boats in New York Harbor and the Hudson River. Kevin holds his New York Masters Captains and Engineering License as well a Coast Guard License. He has Captained Lake George cruise boats as well as ships in Florida. Kevin is extremely knowable in marine engineering and a huge asset to the company.
Bob is a licensed Master Captain by the State of New York and holds a Coast Guard Maritime License as well. Bob grew up boating down state on Long Island’s South shore, Great South Bay, Long Island Sound and offshore waters of the Atlantic. He spent about 25 years boating on the Intercoastal waterway and near shore Atlantic waters in south Florida. Today he resides in the Lake George area where he has vacationed for over 40 years. He truly enjoys the combination of interacting with people and boating.
Jack is our Captain in training! He will be turning 12 this year and taken his boater safety course. He is well versed in marine terminology and becoming extremely interested in the boat business. He enjoys boating with his parents and is eager to learn the history of the lake. He enjoys narrating and sharing points of interest with our guests. Jack even helps on the big Lake George boats when his father Hal pilots them. Jack is always a welcomed addition on deck!
Anthony is a licensed Master Captain by the State of New York. Anthony grew up boating down state in Brooklyn. He spent many summers coming up north and loved the Adirondacks and Lake George. Anthony has a love for steamboats and often pilots the Steamer Minne Ha Ha on Lake George. His other love is steam whistles and calliopes. He truly enjoys the history of the boats and being on the water.
Kara is our youngest member of the team! She has a feisty attitude and loves to be on the water working with her dad. She loves to help our guests and her favorite cruise is the Coffee Cruise. Kara will be training this season to take her boaters safety course. Be sure to look for her when checking in for your cruise!
Ed is licensed JP&E Captain by the State of New York. He is also a proud veteran of the U.S. Air Force and recently retired with over 26 years of service. Ed grew up in Ballston Spa and spent many summers boating on Saratoga Lake and other upstate NY waterways with his family. This is his second season with us and he is a welcomed new addition to our team. Capt Ed’s enthusiasm for boating is evident and he is always happy to entertain our guests!
Garrison is a licensed JP&E Captain. He spent summers teaching waterskiing and is recent graduate of Siena Collage. He has been eager to learn the lake and its history!