600 Miles on a Boston Whaler

Father-and-son cruise will raise money and awareness for The Nature Conservancy.

A Moveable Feast

The itinerary for “A Moveable Feast” will go from the mid-Atlantic up to Maine. Courtesy

Sam Calagione, founder and president of Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, is setting a 600-mile course this summer with his teenage son, Sammy, to raise money and awareness for The Nature Conservancy.

The Calagiones plan to cruise the northeastern seaboard on their 19-foot Boston Whaler Montauk. Their trip will coincide with the July 1 opening of the Dogfish Inn in coastal Delaware, and at five stops — Atlantic City, N.J., Manhattan, Block Island, Boston and Portland, Maine — multicourse beer dinners will be held to raise a total of $10,000 for The Nature Conservancy. The program is called “A Moveable Feast.”

“We’re thrilled to partner with Sam for his incredible trip and support each feast along the way,” Jeff Vaughn, Boston Whaler’s vice president of sales, marketing and customer service, stated in a press release. “It’s a terrific opportunity to raise money and awareness for The Nature Conservancy, and to celebrate the spirit of adventure and innovation that Sam and Boston Whaler both share.”


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