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Is a New York Circle Line Cruise Right for you? Yes! We’ll Tell You Why!

Megan Roche January 6, 2019
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Take a tour of Manhattan by sea with a trip on a world famous Circle Line Cruise! With plenty of ticketing options, there is something for everyone and every group.

Circle Line Is A Long Time Favorite

New York City Skyline from the waterA popular school trip for me, the Circle Line has always been one of my favorite sightseeing cruises to take. The relaxing atmosphere and length of the cruise makes for a fun and exciting environment.

Located on Manhattan’s Pier 83 along the Hudson River, the cruise will take you around the island and point out some of the cities biggest sights both day and night. As you cruise, enjoy gazing at the Statue of Liberty, the USS Intrepid Pier, Hoboken Pier, Titanic Pier, Jacob K. Javits Convention Center and Battery Park.

You will also see Ellis Island, Wall Street, South Street Seaport, Brooklyn Bridge, Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, World Financial Center, and the United Nations.

The New Circle Line App

Having trouble figuring out where certain landmarks are? The Circle Line recently launched an app called the Circle Line Skyline Navigator App that offers tours in English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Mandarin, and Chinese. New York Circle Line Cruise and Statue of LibertyThere is also live English narration available.

One of the biggest pros of taking a Circle Line cruise is the availability factor. Depending on what time you want to sail, chances are that the Circle Line has a package that will meet your ideal plan.

The boats also offer outdoor deck space, heated and air conditioned indoor seating, and large windows made for sightseeing. Tours range from a 75 minute cruise to a full three hours, perfect for every availability window.

Are Your A Thrill-seeker?

If a relaxing cruise isn’t for you and you are more of a thrill seeker, don’t miss the chance to ride The Beast. The Beast is a high powered speed boat ride through the Hudson River that is non stop fun for the adrenaline junkies.

You’ll hit speeds of up to 45 miles per hour as you head to the Statue of Liberty and back. This experience is seasonal from May to September.

Spend Holidays On the Water

Circle Line Harbor Lights Cruise New YorkEvery New Years Eve, the Circle Line offers a New Years Eve fireworks cruise. Don’t worry about drinking and driving, take a trip on the Circle Line during this specially ticketed event that literally happens once a year!

Ditch the crowds in Times Square and enjoy a new tradition out on the Hudson. For $176.67, you’ll get access to a full open bar, passed hors d’oeuvres, and a champagne toast.

The fun all kicks off at 9:00 PM when the boat opens for boarding. Be sure to grab a great spot to watch the fireworks show!  Check for other holidays throughout the year!

Ready to hit the Hudson? Head over to 365 Tickets Canada and get your boarding pass for the Circle Line today.

 

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Megan Roche

My name is Megan and traveling is my game! I love riding rollercoasters, exploring new theme parks, visiting some of the most historical sites in the US, and writing.

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