a family wishing to reunite, a cyclist group, a private or
charter school, or a company looking for a fun place to
retreat, there's a Block Island experience just right for you.
Tours are especially good for gatherings of friends, family,
classmates or colleagues who've never been to the island
before and want to maximize a day or a long weekend by
taking part in this rapidly growing island tradition.
"We've had classic car associations, military reunions, and
lighthouse afi cionados come out," says Megan Moran, sales
manager for the Block Island Ferry. What appeals to folks is
the inclusive nature of a tour, she says. You get your round-
"Group tours bring a whole different dynamic to Block
Island," says Jessica Willi, executive director of the Tourism
Council. "This market is wonderful for fi rst-time visitors to
the island because they don't have to worry about logistics.
Everything is included in their day. And, as we know on
Block Island, one visit will turn into a lifetime of visits. If
you come once, you will want to come back!"
For more information, go to www.blockislandinfo.com or