Celebrate Father's Day in New York City with a 2.5-hour beer brunch cruise on the waters of the Hudson River, New York Harbor, and the East River. Enjoy a brunch buffet accompanied by unlimited beer and mimosas, listen to the live jazz band, and take in the sights of Manhattan and Brooklyn.
2.5-hour beer brunch cruise from New York City
See landmarks including the Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Freedom Tower
Cruise past the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island in New York Harbor
Includes brunch buffet with unlimited beer and mimosas
Make your own way to Pier 40 in the West Village to check in for your cruise.
Board your luxury yacht and enjoy your unlimited beer and mimosas as you take your seat. At 12:30pm, your boat sets out and soon after you launch, the buffet opens for lunch.
Your journey begins heading north on the Hudson River where you can see the Empire State building on one side, and New Jersey on the other. Turn south and take in clear views of the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Manhattan skyline, and Freedom Tower at One World Trade Center. Next, cruise the East River passing Governor’s Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and Manhattan Bridge, and get a good look at Brooklyn’s revitalized waterfront.
On the way back, take in the sights while enjoying mimosas, coffee, tea, and the music of the onboard DJ. Your cruise ends with return to Pier 40 at 2:30pm.
Located at Pier 40 in the west village. You’ll need to check in and then you’ll board our luxury yacht. Once boarded you’ll be shown to your seats. You’ll be able to enjoy your free flowing beer and mimosas from the moment you sit down.
If you need anything or have any questions at any time, please be sure to let your waiter or one of our other friendly staff members know.
You’ll start cruising at 12:30pm to enjoy all the Hudson River, New York Harbor and East River have to offer. Shortly after the cruise begins, the buffet will be open for you to enjoy. The journey will start north on the Hudson for a great view of the Empire State building with New Jersey to the other side.