New York City, New York
Excellent. We went in September, so there were less people than in the high season and as a result there was lots of space (e.g. the dining table beside us was empty) and lots of room on the open deck when you went upstairs for photos of Statue of Liberty, NY skyline, etc. The food on the buffet was plentiful and VERY good. We asked to stay in the upstairs dining room for eating, which was much nicer than downstairs, where it was a bit more crowded and canteen-ish. One niggle was that we were kept waiting at the, shoreside kiosk until exactly 30 minutes before sailing, only then were we issued boarding cards and allowed aboard. It was VERY cold standing there, but the early arrival did perhaps get us a better table on the boat. The e-ticket did also say that men HAD to wear a jacket, but 95% of men on board did not, so you can go slightly more casually dressed. Would definitely do this again if we go back to New York.
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