‘Kumzitz Boat’ To Sail Tomorrow; Tickets Selling Fast

UPDATED: Tomorrow, Learn & Network will host an exciting fundraiser. A two and a half hour boat ride set to depart from Belmar, will feature a Kumzitz, Hot Buffet and a fireworks show, to raise funds for the growing Learn & Network Kollel.

The coordinators say the tickets are selling fast.

As passengers set out, they will get to watch the sun set on the water, watch a fireworks show, pass three opening draw bridges and pass various historic oceanfront mansions and villages across the Jersey Shore.

While relaxing and taking in the beauty, passengers will enjoy a Kumzitz with Osher Zelig Brodt, along with professional guitarist Hudi Greenberger. 

A full hot buffet is being sponsored by D-Lux and will include Cholent, Kugel a Chinese buffet and more.

There are a limited number of spots available.

The event is for men only.

The price for the evening is $100 per person, with all proceeds going to benefit the Learn and Network Kollel.

To purchase a ticket online, CLICK HERE.

(Tickets are also available for purchase at D-Lux)

For more information, call the Learn and Network Kollel at 732-987-7704. or email

The sail from Belmar (approximately 15 minutes from Lakewood) on Thursday, May 31st, will begin at 8:00 PM. TLS.


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There are 11 Comments to "‘Kumzitz Boat’ To Sail Tomorrow; Tickets Selling Fast"

  • Yossie Greenberg says:

    duvi….ur innovative

  • Kumzitz Boat Organizer says:

    Chumash Shiur on the Water!

    For all to join….. call for your tickets now to reserve your spot!

  • Anonymous says:

    how about someone organizing trips for fathers and sons? that would be a great wholesome kosher way for kids to have an outlet. Mountain hikes, scenic trips educational trips, to washington dc etc etc. The same can be done for mothers and daughters. We cant just have sur mera today we need vasay tov. we need productive contructive outlets for kids (and parents)

  • Gr8 Idea says:

    To Post 2:32……that is a great idea & a terrific point!!

  • Maybe? says:

    Duvi, this is a wonderful idea. Can there be a special that a father can bring along 2 sons?

  • Maybe? says:

    Can i use maaser money?

  • Anonymous says:

    With all the people in Lakewood complaining they have no money how can anyone afford to pay $100 for a boat trip with a meal and fireworks? You can get a decent meal in town for about $15, and fireworks are free at Point Pleasant Beach one night a week.

  • Misameach Rules says:

    What a great idea. I wish he doesn’t again bain Hazmanim or after the school year is over. Go Duvy !! DB

  • u got me says:

    Why do u need others to make trips for u? Get creative and brainstorm for ur own trips with ur kids. There is nothing they need more than quality private time with dad

  • hello??? says:

    Its a Tzedaka fundraiser…. duh.
    $100 is not just for the pleasure aspect it’s to support the kollel and all their parnassah stuff.
    If it’s tzedaka you can use maiser money – thats what they do by all fundraisers! I mean how do all the wives manage to get huge packages at the chinese auctions all the time….
    Why do people always have to make negative comments that take away from people’s hatzlacha?

  • Anonymous says:

    Wow Mi Keamcha Yisroel . Finally we get a kosher cruise and giving tzedokoh at the same time

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