Venue Details

165 Star Starred
North Cove Marina
on the South Side South End Ave and Liberty St. New York City, NY 10280
212-619-0907
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Reviews & Ratings

36 ratings
4.4 average rating
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13 events
9 reviews
5 stars
attended May 17 2009

The event was fun, unfortunately, the weather was a little windy but the camaraderie and ambience managed to help keep us warm. We're certainly planning on taking another voyage on the Shearwater this coming summer.

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8 events
2 reviews
4 stars
attended May 17 2009

Very nice, would definitely do it again. The wine was good and Felicia even gave out a little goody bag and an autographed copy of her book. Well worth the $50 per person wtih the Goldstar discount (not quite worth a $100 without).

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25 events
3 reviews
19 stars
attended May 17 2009

it was cold but the sail was pleasant. i enjoyed the wine tasting but i would not pay $95 (regular price) for this. crew were nice and helpful. this boat did not have a lot of places to sit (unless you sat on the floor) so some people just stood...continued

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Shearwater
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Website

http://www.manhattanbysail.com

Description

This cruise is recommended for ages 21 and over. 

About the Ticket Supplier: Manhattan By Sail

We've been taking people sailing in New York Harbor for more than 30 years. We started small and humbly, with one boat and a crew made up largely of sail-loving volunteers.
Today we have a diverse little fleet of ships and a myriad of options for any and all who want to experience the thrill of sailing in the world's greatest harbor. From basic public sails to specialty tours, music events, cocktail parties, family programming, custom weddings and private charters, Manhattan By Sail is dedicated to bringing you an unforgettable sailing experience and remains committed to the original mission, which has always been about making our passengers feel like a part of our ever-growing sailing family.