Afternoon Tea Cruise on the Yacht Manhattan
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The last date listed for Afternoon Tea Cruise on the Yacht Manhattan was Saturday May 26, 2012 / 2:00pm.
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Experience the twinkling Manhattan skyline during those magical moments just after nightfall, and… More
If you slept through brunch, join Classic Harbor Line for afternoon tea — a shipboard ritual of the early 20th century ocean liners. Climb aboard the classic motor yacht Manhattan and enjoy a cruise that fully circumnavigates the island of Manhattan.
Enjoy fantastic teas from the Chelsea T Salon and a lovely “Afternoon Tea” buffet spread featuring: English tea sandwiches, fresh baked pastries, scones and tea cookies, farmstead cheeses & fresh fruit and of course, the T Salon’s hand-picked menu of loose leaf gourmet teas.
One complimentary beverage (beer, wine, Champagne, Bloody Mary or
Mimosa) is included, and additional beverages can be purchased at the onboard bar. (Cash Only)
Gratuity is not included in the price of your cruise.
So sit back and enjoy the gorgeous 360-degree view of the NYC from the climate controlled and enclosed back-deck observatory, or the open teak bow deck of the Manhattan — a classic 1920s-style motor yacht. On this 2.75 hour cruise, take in picturesque views from the cozy-chic, climate-controlled, glassed-in observatory. Highlights include:
- The Upper West Side and the majestic George Washington Bridge
- The Palisades – A canyon of steep cliffs greenery formed by glaciers (especially beautiful during Fall Foliage)
- Spuyten Duyvil Pass – a historic passageway connecting the Hudson River and Harlem River
- 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