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Best 12 we spend, tour guide was brill a very good knowledge and hilarious, boat was clean and refreshments to buy.... A must to do this trip
Fantastic way of seeing the Brooklyn bridge, the Statue of Liberty, the Manhatten Skyline and lots more. Well organised trip with great informative commentary and very good value for the special price I paid through Viator. Recommended.
Beyond expectations. Truely enjoyable. One of the highlights of my brief visit. I would recommend it to anyone visiting for the first time.
We didn't get to attend this cruise because one of our party got extremely sick, but there is always next time. This is on the list for sure.
Good Tour. Very spacious cruise, with lots of seating and amenities. Will definitely recommend this, if you don't want to walk and get a quick guided tour of the city. The views you can see from the cruise are priceless....
Great trip at reasonable price thanks to Viator. Only problem is the wait in the long queue in the sun. We found it very enjoyable and informative.
great this was fantastic
a great way to see New York from the water with commentary and to get pictures of the Statue of Liberty. the cruise is not overly crowed so you can move around to get photos.
Lorie M United States of ...
We took this cruise and really enjoyed it! This was the perfect thing to do since the South Street Seaport is undergoing major renovation because of the damage from hurricane Sandy. The cruise is 60 minutes long and we sailed along the East River under the Brooklyn Bridge, continued around the tip of Manhattan with great views of Battery Park, WTC/Freedom Tower, the NJ skyline, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty along with a couple of other sights. We also got some really great pics. Our tour guide Matthew, was extremely informative and personable with an entertaining manner. I took my two daughters ages 14 and 11, along with their two friends who never had a visiting experience in NYC. Unfortunately, The Seaport is not the same exciting, bustling place I remember 25 years ago and there is not much to do there until renovations are completed. So I will include a little detail of what we did nearby. Afterwards, we walked to Chinatown by way of Foley Square and had lunch on Mott Street. The girls had a ball shopping in all the little shops there and experiencing the culture. Then we walked to Little Italy and stopped for some gelato at the world-famous Ferrara's on Grand St. We had a really great time and everything was a lot of fun and super-enjoyable, including the weather! I would highly recommend this cruise as a starter for a day of visiting NYC.
This was my favorite thing we did. I LOVED the Zephyer we sat on the top of the yacht, got very close to the Statue of Liberty and LOVED that they played Frank Sinatra's New York, New York. That was perfect. I would recommend this to EVERYONE along with Central Park.
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