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New York Water Taxi at Pier 16
Pier 16 at South Street Seaport Fulton and South Street New York, NY 10038
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4.3 / 5 Rated by 126 members
Review from Jackie Reid Scott
6 events 4 reviews

Excellent tour. We enjoyed it totally & the excellent weather of course contributed to that. Only 1 snag, was that the box office @ the Pier we had to wait for about 20mins to get our tickets. The cruise tour was very informative, the guide was...continued

reviewed Jul 18 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Shannon
39 events 18 reviews

My fiance and I decided to take this tour because Goldstar was offering free tickets and we enjoying going out on the water. I am not normally a fan of guided tours, as I have lived here for quite some time and far too often find that guides...continued

reviewed Jul 18 2009 report as inappropriate
Review from Sally
21 events 8 reviews

Great tour! Our narrator, Lee, was amazing. He knew an incredible number of facts about NYC, and made them really fun to listen to. The captain allowed our grandsons to "drive" the boat, and they were thrilled. Definitely worth the money and...continued

reviewed Aug 13 2009 report as inappropriate
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Climb aboard Zephyr, a one-of-a-kind luxury yacht, for a one-hour cruise and the opportunity to view New York City from the comfort of multiple climate-controlled decks. Surrounded by spectacular sights outside and elegant amenities inside, you will glide past many of New York’s most legendary landmarks, including the Statue of Liberty, the Empire State Building and the Brooklyn Bridge.

Let your camera go wild and capture the magic of your New York memories. Our top-rated guides interact with you to ensure you have a great time and leave more informed about the City of New York then when you arrived. Departs from Pier 16 in the historic South Street Seaport in Downtown Manhattan.

Here Are Just Some of The Sights You Will See:


The Statue of Liberty

*A gift from France that arrived in New York Harbor in June of 1885. *

The Brooklyn Bridge*

Completed in 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States. *

Ground Zero (The World Trade Center Site)*

The completed 9/11 Memorial is slated to open September 11, 2011 on the 10-year anniversary of the second World Trade Center attack. *

The Empire State Building*

Built during the American Great Depression in 1930. It has 103 floors and 6,500 windows.

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