Join us as we welcome Rhode Islands own Gooseneck Vineyards aboard for a memorable cruise paired with a sampling of crisp wines and refreshing Prosecco! Built on the foundation of authenticity, quality, and passion, Gooseneck Vineyards seeks out the best grape growing regions throughout the world to bring their favorite varietals to your glass.
Our limited series wine tastings with Gooseneck Vineyards are $45 per person, and includes:

  • A 75-minute cruise along the beautiful downtown Providence waterways.

  • Four featured wines and food pairings from Gooseneck Vineyards:

    • Prosecco paired with fresh, organic strawberries

    • Pinot Grigio paired with a Piave cow’s milk cheese

    • Sauvignon Blanc paired with a goat cheese

    • Grenache Rose paired with an organic fruit parfait

  • You will also have the opportunity to order any of your favorite Gooseneck wines at a discounted price after the tour.

  • Sorry, passengers under 21 years of age are not permitted on this special event.

  • There are no bathrooms on the boat. The boats are uncovered, please dress appropriately.

  • Just need one seat? Give us a call and we will gladly assist you!

  • These tours are offered on select days only. Please book prior to your arrival.

Our Launch Site
A leisurely 25-minute walk, or 10 minute drive from the RI Convention Center, Kennedy Plaza and all major downtown hotels, our launch site is located at The Fox Point Marina at 525 South Water Street, Providence, RI 02903. The Whiskey Republic & the Hot Club, located on either side of the marina, offer expansive outdoor decks with panoramic views of the Providence skyline. Before or after your tour, visit either establishment for a bite to eat & a refreshing cocktail!

There is on-street parking throughout the entire area. Many of the parking spots are free, but some are metered, so look for signs. There is a small parking lot right in front of the marina (next door to the Whiskey Republic) that you may use during the day until 4pm. There is also a pay-lot at the corner of Bridge and Tockwotton Streets.