Sunset Jazz Sail Aboard the Clipper City Tall Ship Tickets

Sunset Jazz Sail Aboard the Clipper City Tall Ship Tickets

New York City, NY
May 22, 2015 - Oct 29, 2023

About Sunset Jazz Sail Aboard the Clipper City Tall Ship

Experience the magic of a New York sunset paired with live jazz on the water! Join us aboard the Clipper City for an unforgettable evening sail around Manhattan. As the sun dips below the horizon, let the smooth rhythms of a live jazz band elevate your evening. Sip on your favorite drink, take in the breathtaking views, and let the music transport you.

Watch night fall on the city as the sun sets behind the Statue of Liberty from the unbeatable vantage point of the harbor. Order a drink from our full bar as we raise canvas and leave Manhattan behind. Clipper City Sails through the NYC Harbor, closely passing The Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, Governors Island, the NJ and NY skyline, and bridges. It doesn’t get any more romantic than a sunset sail. You can sit comfortably on the ship or explore and enjoy the views from different points. Spend a beautiful night in the city with the help of our friendly staff. A full bar and snacks are available for purchase. Sip on your favorite drink while you discover New York City as you’ve never seen it before!

Important Information

We strongly believe sailing should be accessible to all, regardless of mobility challenges. The Clipper City Tall Ship, although built prior to the A.D.A., is wheelchair accessible to 80% of the public deck space.  Boarding the vessel usually requires an assist from one of our friendly crew as wakes from ferry boats and tidal change can create challenging conditions. Clipper City has a large main deck with restrooms on the same level. Bathrooms on Clipper City cannot be entered whilst in a wheelchair, but you may transfer from chair to bathroom as we have a grab bars inside. Please reach out to us so we can clarify and make arrangements to ensure the most comfortable possible experience aboard our vessels. We apologize but are unable to accommodate larger electric scooters and wheelchairs.