BEACH HAVEN, NJ - Long Beach Island natives, Rob and Jane Romanowski are proud to announce the launch of Queen City Cycle Boat, making its debut for the 2021 season.

The Queen City Cycle Boat will be Jersey Shore's first and original pedal powered party boat, the Beach Haven couple told us. 

With their many years of experience in the marina and hospitality industries on Long Beach Island (LBI), Rob and Jane are thrilled to show off Beach Haven from a new perspective to both visors and residents alike. 

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"We’re thrilled to bring this incredibly unique and fun activity to LBI, specifically to Beach Haven’s maritime district," Rob Romanowski said, "showing visitors and residents a part of the Queen City that many simply do not get to see is an exciting opportunity. We can’t wait to have everyone pedal the bay!"

Some facts about the QC Cycle Boat:

-35’ custom pontoon cycle boat
-Coast Guard inspected vessel for up to 26 passengers plus two crew 
-Twelve pedal stations surround a central bar. Each pedal station is attached to a central gear box that turns a single paddle wheel in the rear of the boat. 
-There is an engine for supplemental power and for use while docking.
-There is a single person bathroom.
-There is a lounge with seating in the front for up to 12 people and room for dancing.
-The boat is equipped with Bluetooth surround sound and party lighting.
-Guests bring their own drinks and food.
-Coolers, ice, cups, koozies, and bottled water are provided.
-Tours depart from Morrison’s Marina in Beach Haven and last for 90 minutes. 
-Booking and payments will be made directly on their website, which is coming soon.

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