“Harbor Lady” Set To Leave Sturgeon Bay

In a matter of weeks, the cruise vessel “Harbor Lady” will no longer be a presence on Sturgeon Bay’s waterfront. The family-owned operation, Harbor Lady Cruises, announced Friday that it will be ending its 5-year operation locally as of October 15th. The business, established in 2007, has provided over 50,000 cruises to residents, tourists, groups and for special events, but, according to Captain David Graves, the inability to find other docking options in Sturgeon Bay led to the decision to shut down operations…
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Graves says the Harbor Lady’s current lease is set to expire and the the lack of visibility, support, parking, and the long-distance walk to the boat at its current location, there seems to be no other workable alternative…
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Captain Graves doesn’t blame the economy, but says it all comes down to location. He says the vessel will leave the area around the 22nd of October…
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David and Joyce Graves thanked everyone who has supported Harbor Lady Cruises over the past 5 years.

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