Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
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Description of Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
The only cruise line that circles Manhattan Island with the 3-hour narrated Full Island Cruise.This Full Island cruise passes by the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, the United Nations, Yankee Stadium, the George Washington Bridge, and more, including Manhattan’s wild northern tip.If 3 hours is more than you or the kids can handle, go for either the 2-hour Semi-Circle or the Sunset/Harbor Lights cruise
Also, two-hour Semi-Circle Cruise or evening two-hour Harbor Lights Cruise, various seasonal live music cruises, and the BEAST, a 30-minute thrill ride(the fastest speedboat in New York, which soars past the skyscrapers at a heart-pounding 45mph).The only cruise line that circles Manhattan Island with the 3-hour narrated Full Island Cruise. Also, two-hour Semi-Circle Cruise or evening two-hour Harbor Lights Cruise, various seasonal live music cruises, and the BEAST, a 30-minute thrill ride.
In addition, a number of adults-only live music and DJ cruises sail regularly from the seaport from May through September ($20-$40 per person). Depending on the night of the week, you can groove to the sounds of jazz, Latin, gospel, dance tunes, or blues as you sail along viewing the skyline.
Tickets to Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
3-Hr Full Island Cruise:Adults: $36.00 Children: $23.00 Senior Citizens: $31.00
2-Hr Semi-Circle Cruise:Adults: $32.00 Children: $21.00 Senior Citizens: $28.00
2-Hr Harbor Lights Cruise:Adults: $32.00 Children: $21.00 Senior Citizens: $28.00
75 Min Liberty Cruise:Adults: $27.00 Children: $19.00 Senior Citizens: $24.00
It is not necessary to select a time or date when you purchase your tickets- the cruise tickets are valid for any date* and time of choice. Please refer to cruise schedule for available departures.
Facts about Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
- Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises at 42nd Street which circles Manhattan from its base at Pier 83 in Manhattan
- Circle Line Downtown operates out of Pier 16, South Street Seaport. The company name is Circle Line Harbor Cruises, LLC. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Circle Line Statue of Liberty.
- Circumnavigation of Manhattan became possible in 1905 with the construction of the Harlem Ship Canal, the first regularly scheduled trip being the Tourist captained by John Roberts in 1908.
- In 2007, the United States National Park Service said it was going to terminate Circle Line Liberty franchise and give a 10-year contract to Hornblower Cruises which provides service to Alcatraz
- In 2009, Circle Line took delivery of the third of three new vessels constructed at Gladding-Hearn in Sommerset, MA.
Address of Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Pier 16, South Street Seaport New York, NY Location: South Street Seaport
Official website:Official Web Site of Circle line sightseeing cruises
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Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises is part of the New York CityPass program along with the Empire State Building Observatory, Guggenheim Museum, American Museum of Natural History & Rose Center, The Museum of Modern Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art and The Cloisters and Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island.
New York CityPass is a carefully selected collection of New Yorks most popular, most famous attractions, priced a whopping 44% less than the cost of tickets purchased separately. The CityPass youth price (ages 13-17) shaves 42% off individual ticket prices. New York CityPass is valid for nine days.