Cruise Lasts Approximately 1 Hour
Appropriate for All Ages
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Your cruise will feature one hour on the water and take you to the feet of Lady Liberty, herself. You'll also enjoy views of the World Financial Center, greater Manhattan Island, and many other landmarks around the area. Your professional tour guide will provide you with entertainment, amusement, and anecdotal history about the area, broadening your knowledge while making you laugh at the same time. The ship features spacious windows for sightseeing and photos, or you can head to the deck for unobstructed views of all the attractions. There is no better way to experience the history, culture, and beauty of the area than from the water. See all that you want to see and do it in comfort and style.
Detailed Tour Itinerary
Drive By South Street Seaport
Start your tour at Pier 16 at the South Street Seaport in Downtown Manhattan. Once a noisy, gritty wholesale fish market, this port is now historically preserved and has a legacy of retail and tourism. In the 1960s, the South Street Seaport Museum was founded, and even today, preservation and development exist side by side.
Drive By Empire State Building
Built during the American Great Depression in 1930, this astounding building has 102 floors and 6,500 windows, and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the Modern World by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Ever since its inception, the Empire State Building has been capturing the fascination and imagination of visitors from around the world with its daring, ingenuity, and genuinely American stance towards architecture.
Drive By World Financial Center
The World Financial Center is one of the most premier business addresses in New York. Its ten-story glass pavilion Winter Garden, which boasts vast public spaces, many shops and restaurants, and a magnificent outdoor waterfront esplanade, is the centerpiece of the Center.
Drive By Brooklyn Bridge
Completed in 1883, the iconic Brooklyn Bridge is one of the oldest suspension bridges in the United States, and the view from underneath is unlike anything you've ever seen. The bridge connects Manhattan and Brooklyn across the East River and is over 1,500 feet long.
Drive By Ellis Island
Get an up-close look at Ellis Island, back to which almost half of the American population can trace their family. Over 12 million immigrants came to America via the island between 1892 and 1954, and since then, the Ellis Island Immigration Museum has become one of the most visited tour spots in the nation, welcoming nearly two million visitors annually.
Drive By World Trade Center Site
See history in the making as the construction cranes rise from the World Trade Center site where, once completed, One World Trade Center will be 1,776 feet tall! Visitors to the site now can tour the plans and early preparations of the new monument.
Drive By Statue of Liberty
The famed gift from France that served as the symbol of America to millions of immigrants and citizens alike was erected in New York Harbor in 1886. This amazing sight is known for its historical importance and architectural prowess.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.
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. Residents and regular visitors to New York know that this one-of-a-kind luxury yacht is the best way to see the harbor and get amazing views of Manhattan landmarks. A cash bar is available on board to keep you refreshed along the way. This tour departs from Pier 16 in the historic South Street Seaport in Downtown Manhattan.