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Yacht Manhattan - Pier 62
Classic Harbor Lines -- Pier 62 62 Chelsea Piers Manhattan, NY 10011
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H. Gold
Review from H. Gold
Red Velvet 663 events 204 reviews

What a wonderful cruise!! The architect, John, is soooo knowledgable and passionate about New York's buildings, the crew was just as amazing as John and fulfilled every wish we could have possibly have. This was easily one of the best days in my...continued

reviewed Oct 04 2016 report as inappropriate
Jazz Lover
Review from Jazz Lover
Red Velvet 225 events 124 reviews

This cruise was wonderful! If you're interested in architecture and NYC history, then you should strongly consider this tour. It goes completely around Manhattan, under 15 or 20 bridges. The commentary is excellent, and they served delicious Greek...continued

reviewed Aug 25 2016 report as inappropriate
Review from Shelly
Red Velvet 55 events 32 reviews

Guide was vey knowledgeable, great way to view the island.

reviewed May 07 2017 report as inappropriate
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Classic Harbor Line New York

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You must be age 14 or older to attend.

Highlights, topics and themes of the tour include:

  • Exploration of planning visions for both reclaiming the post-industrial waterfront, as the “6th Borough”, and addressing rising sea levels
  • Insightful coverage of Manhattan’s classic spires, including the Chrysler and Woolworth Buildings, as well as a sharp focus on the new World Trade Center buildings and recent “starchitecture” boom; including buildings by Frank Gehry and other noted international and local architects
  • The greater waterfront access allowed by new parks and recreation piers including the ecologically driven features designed by leading landscape architects
  • The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the newest waterfront monument: Roosevelt Island’s FDR Four Freedoms Park
  • NYC’s engineering masterpieces: the Brooklyn and George Washington Bridges as well as lesser known “swing bridges” along the Harlem River
  • The adaptation of the Highline as an elevated, linear park and its role in the development of West Chelsea and Hudson Yards.
  • The story of post WWII urban renewal and public housing along the waterfronts of the Lower East Side and East Harlem.

Gratuities are not included, but are appreciated.

Cruises sail rain or shine.

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