Around Manhattan Brunch Cruise on New Year's Day
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Leave the hustle and bustle of Big Apple behind for a relaxing cruise. More than just a boat ride, the classic 1920s-style vessel Manhattan provides great views as it circles lower New York, passes by Governors Island, closely approaches the Statue of Liberty, glides under the Brooklyn Bridge and sails past the historic South Street Seaport on its 90-minute excursion. Admission includes one beer, wine, champagne, soda or water to enjoy as you take in the sights from the outdoor or climate-controlled observatory decks. Learn More
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The cruise was beautiful. The food was pretty good. Overall, we really enjoyed the day... so relaxing. A truly beautiful way to see the city. However, I do believe it was a little overpriced. We paid about $85 (and that was the discounted Goldstar rate). I would say that the whole thing would have been a great deal for about $60, and reasonably priced at $70. But, for more than that, the food should have been a little better, I think. I certainly couldn't have imagined paying $130 or whatever the full price was. But, since it was New Years Day and it was our last day visiting the city, I was fine with what we paid. Just be advised that while the food is good, it's certainly not $130 good. But like I said, overall... a memorable time.
On this three-hour cruise, you will completely circumnavigate the entire island of Manhattan (passing under all 18 bridges) while taking in picturesque views from our glassed-in observatory. Highlights along the way include:
- The Upper West Side and the majestic George Washington
- Bridge Battery Park, South Street Seaport and the Financial
- District Governor’s Island, The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
- Parts of Brooklyn and Queens and the complete New York City skyline
- Roosevelt Island, the United Nations Building, and the Williamsburg, Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges of the East River
About the Ticket Supplier: Classic Harbor Line LLCBuilt in 1994 in the Scarano Boat Building of Albany, New York, the Schooner Adirondack is an 80-foot wooden replica of a classic turn-of-the-century pilot schooner.
Heading south from Chelsea Piers and down the Hudson River to Battery Park, the Schooner Adirondack passes by Ellis Island and sails out to the Statue of Liberty. Wind and time permitting, she will head toward Governor's Island, breeze by the Financial District and the Brooklyn Bridge on the East River.
The 1920s-style motor yacht "Manhattan," also built by Scarano Boat Building, is brand new to the New York City harbor as of spring 2006. This 80-foot, wood-trimmed, Gilded Era commuter yacht runs full circumnavigations of Manhattan, dinner cruises and sunset cruises, and is available for private charter.