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Yacht Manhattan
Classic Harbor Lines -- Pier 62 62 Chelsea Piers Manhattan, NY 10011
646-336-5270
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60 reviews
27 stars
It's a smaller vessel than most of the other boat/cruise trips available, which makes it a more intimate experience that we thoroughly enjoyed, but the downside is that if you are prone to seasickness, then beware, because you will feel a lot more of the waves, especially from the wakes of others.
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1 stars
Not a boat where you have a meal, but it's only about an hour and a half.
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Around Manhattan Brunch Cruise on New Year's Day
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5 reviews
3 stars
attended Jan 01 2009

This cruise would have been more enjoyable if it wasn't sold to the brink of the boat's capacity. The seating arrangement of the ship is such that you are right next to other people, there's no individual seats, just rows where everyone sits...continued

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attended Jan 01 2009

The boat is very nice - and bigger on the inside than it appears - and the food was first rate.

Because of a bridge problem, we could not circumference Manhattan, but we had a good sail nevertheless.

Only downside - they were delayed in...continued

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Description

On this two-hour and 75-minute 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