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Snowmobiling – Book By 12/31 In Portland ME

Snowmobiling - book by 12/31
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Boston Event Guide Snowmobiling Trip
Sat Dec 31 2011 1145PM
Portland ME
1 Black Cat Road (Millinoket)
Double snowmobile per person: $329.00
Buy Double snowmobile per person New Years Eve Ticket for Snowmobiling - book by 12/31
 
Snowmobiling Trip – March 23rd – 25th – Save over $100 before 12/31
 
 
 
The snowmobiling conditions this year are going to be amazing!
Hurry, only 25 spots left.
 
  
       Trip includes:
2 nights lodging in cabins with a spectacular view of Millinocket Lake and Mt. Katahdin
One full day of guided snowmobiling in Maine
Meals and beverages included – 1 dinner and 2 continental breakfasts   
Nightly parties with complimentary beer, wine and select cocktails
 
 
 Snowmobiling*
The Maine landscape is one of the most beautiful in the east. We will saddle up for a full day of snowmobile touring. Glide over snow-covered peaks as we breeze along on our guided tour with state-of-the-art Ski-Doo equipment.
 
After the snowmobiling excursion, we will proceed back to restaurant for a scrumptious dinner and back to the cabins for a party. Oh yeah, we have to wait until after the driving thing is out of the way to break out the beverages, which are all included. Did we tell you about the cabins? We are taking over a great mountainside cabins for our group.  

The brand new fleet of Ski-Doo GTX long track is very quick and great for sport touring. This easy-to-ride sled will make you see why snowmobiling is an easy to learn, easy to love sport. All sleds have hand and thumb warmers, as well as reverse and electric start.
* Option 2  -  Share a two-person snowmobile GTX, and save an extra $100 per person!
**We have professional guides to lead us on our trail tours. There will be one guide per six snowmobiles.

Sample Itinerary: 
We will leave the Boston area on Friday at different times. We will offer dinner stop suggestions along the way. Arrive anytime after 3pm. There will be a group gathering, where you will enjoy  cocktails and fun! On Saturday morning, there will be a light breakfast and a full day of snowmobiling with a lunch stop. Enjoy a delicious dinner and social party throughout the night. A light breakfast will be offered in the morning and the group will lounge and enjoy the view or relax in the Jacuzzi for a bit. After quite a full weekend, it will be time to say goodbye and depart.
 
  Transportation:
We will be offering carpooling transportation. If you do not have a ride, we can easily match you up with a ride. If you are driving, we can easily match you with ride-mates.
 
  Lodging:
We are staying at 6 – 10 person cabins with a spectacular view of Millinocket Lake and Mt. Katahdin. All rooms are double, or quad occupancy (two people in each). Some rooms have one double beds and others have singles. From our past trip experiences, we will match females for shared double-bed rooms. If you are a couple, you will be in a double bed room. If you are male, we will place you in a room with a single bed and other males. The cabins have many different room configurations, so just let us know your party needs, and we will be happy to accommodate you. Each cabin has a kitchenette area and bedding/towels.

Meals:
All meals and beverages are included once you get there, except for any upgrades for dinner and lunch on the snowmobile trip (bring some cash to be safe – there may not be any ATMs where we are going).
What to Wear: 
For snowmobiling, your trip includes the cost for complete clothing rental (helmet, jacket, pants,
gloves, and boots) to keep you nice and toasty. For your comfort and to be on the safe side, you should bring warm clothes and heavy socks, a towel, a sleeping bag (just to be safe in case you get sent to the dog house), a sweater, a hat, gloves, a windbreaker, and something waterproof. Full bedding is provided along with sheets, towels, linens, pillows, and blankets.  
What is not included: 
Lunch on the trail and Gas/oil is not included. We estimate $10 for lunch and $25 – $35 for gas. All meals and beverages are included once you get there, except for any upgrades for dinner at the restaurant and lunch on the snowmobile trip (bring some cash to be safe – there may not be any ATMs where we are going).
Money-Back Guarantee: 
We are going pretty far up north, so the availability of snow should be no problem. If for some reason our guiding company is not able to bring us to snowmobiling within a reasonable distance determined by the company, then all money for the snowmobiling portion of the trip less a $25 fee will be refunded. (This does not apply to the lodging and food costs.)
 
Cancellation Policy:
$50 Fee per person – 11/1/2011 to 2/15/2012
Full Cost – no refund between 2/16/12 and Trip
 
 
What You Need to Bring:
A credit card for the security deposit, a favorite pillow, warm clothes, rain gear, shorts, sturdy footwear, a flashlight, and spending money for lunch, gas, and gratuity for your guide.
 

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