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Sunday, August 31, 2008

40 minutes to hamptons

Looking for a better way to get to the Hamptons?

Not a supermodel?

If you got $495 to spare do as lovely Adriana Lima, who was boarding a V1 Jet Seaplane to Long Island for an autograph signing... intriguing! V1 Jets are known for flying passengers on the “dead legs,” or the unused trips back to their original departure point. Their newest offering, V1 Jets Seaplane, caters to the Hamptons set - making travel to East Hampton a breeze. You, along with seven passengers, depart from the Seaplane Port at 23rd Street and the F.D.R. Drive. Buckle up and in you’re in for an exhilarating forty-minute commute that lands in East Hampton Airport.

Again, all for a mere $495 EACH WAY…

Adriana Lima not included.

To plan your getaway to the Hamptons, Montauk, or Martha’s Vineyard (my favorite!) by seaplane, visit jetcharter.

Remember, there is the energy efficient, public transportation option of the Long Island Railroad for the one's not in a rush. You can bring your bike along for some real time beach exploring!

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