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A simmering squabble over control of family-owned and operated Hy-line Cruises, which provides high-speed ferry service between Hyannis and the Islands, erupted into public view Tuesday when the dispute was raised at a meeting of the Steamship Authority governors. Learn about the history of Hyannis and local area landmarks including Great Island, the Kennedy Memorial, St. Interesting that 2 items in the paper this week have much in common. The mid-Cape is a great choice for those who want to be centrally located and enjoy a bit of everything the Cape has to offer. And this family who seemed to make it work for over 60 years. To date, we remain unsuccessful in that regard, but we will continue to work toward that goal to an amicable conclusion. The Harborview Hotel and it's neighbors why they can not get along when for the last 100 years it all worked ok.

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Hy line cruises hyannis

In an oft-repeated local success story, brothers Richard M. The best way to see the memorable sights and beauty of Hyannis is by the sea. Today, the company employs about 350 people, about 100 of them year-round. Our departure point, Hyannis Inner Harbor, is bustling with activity — ferries to the islands, fishing charters, and more. This is the world we live in today where people can not get along and money and power take over. Skip Scudder 2nd, the president of Hyannis Harbor Tours which owns Hy-line, has sued three of his cousins, claiming they are in a campaign to drive him out and prevent his children from succeeding him in the business co-founded almost 60 years ago by his father and uncle.

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From a single tour boat and three employees, the company moved first into deep sea charter fishing and later into ferry service. Andrews-by-the-Sea, Squaw Island, Point Gammon Light, and the historic Kennedy Compound in Hyannisport. . Raymond Taylor created Hyannis Harbor Tours in 1962 to capitalize on the surge of interest in Cape Cod brought on by President John F. The two brothers, both now deceased, came to own 100 per cent of the company and their interest eventually went to their children.

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Relax and enjoy the views as your guide explains the various points of interest you see along the way. In a statement to the governors, R. . . . . .

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