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Stop At: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, NY 10038
You'll enjoy dazzling skyline views of Manhattan on this 2-hour cruise. From the Statue of Liberty to the Brooklyn Bridge, New York's landmarks are especially memorable when lit up at night. Beverages, food, and souvenirs are available for purchase onboard.
Stop At: Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, NY 10004
Absorb stunning views of the floodlit Statue of Liberty.
Stop At: Manhattan Skyline, New York City, NY
Soak in the panoramas of Manhattan's illuminated skyscrapers.
Stop At: Circle Line Cruises, W 42nd St Pier 83 W 42nd St, New York City, NY 10036
Savor unobstructed views of New York City from deck.
Stop At: New York Harbor, New York City, NY
Drink in stellar views of the harbor's lights and sights.
Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises, 83 North River Piers, W 42nd St, New York, NY 10036, USA
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
What a terrific 2 hours we spent on our fabulous night cruise. The boat was spotless and comfortable. Thanks to Mia our server for being so attentive. Huge credit must go to the gentleman who provided the incredibly interesting and detailed narration around the city. He made the trip enchanting and amazing and has a terrific voice to listen to. Thanks to all the staff. Couldnt recommend this trip more highly!!
It was spectacular to see the sites especially Lady Liberty at night, it is a must do. Also the narration was excellent and very informative.
Great, would reccomend to anyone. ANDY , the tour guide was amazing, so knowledgeable, kept us interested the whole cruise.
We had a wonderful evening viewing the lights of nyc. Our tour guide was overflowing with knowledge about the sights. My favorite was Lady Liberty illuminated. Highly recommend!
Lights were beautiful but the commentary from the guide was too much. I think it took away from the enjoyment of the cruise. He needs to tune it down a bit. A lot of what he was talking about was way over our heads.
The boat was large and able to accommodate everyone but the seating was terrible. You were given a hard folding chair to sit on and since it was raining the view from the window wasn't clear. I did notice that the side where the "premium" seats were located, the window had been cleared and perhaps some type of water repellent applied so their view was clear. We did have a great view of the statue of Liberty from the front deck of the boat even though it was extremely windy and the water was rough. This may have been a better outing in good weather but it wasn't very fun for me.
David, the guide was awful...we found some of his commentary inappropriate, negative and rude...I would not recommend this trip with him as a host
The boat was nice and the tour guide excellent. But, we booked premier seating and when we arrived we were told that we were unable to sit together! So spent 2 hours completely apart on a trip that we were supposed to enjoy together! Also, they don't tell you how much the drinks are when the waiter comes round. Be careful, they are not cheap!!!
We purchased premier seating tickets and while we were able to skip the line, these seats turned out to be one section of the boat that was cordoned. Nothing different or special about the section. Premier seating does not even guarantee you a window. Floors were sticky and dirty. They tell you to download an app for other languages, but then the internet connection is not fast enough to complete the download. Also, beware of the gipsy taxi cabs located at the pier entrance. I don't know why the Circle Cruise Line allows them in there. Better to walk out to the main street to get a yellow cab.
Husband was rushed to hospital with heart attack and we didnt get to go. They refused yo refund my money.
Take an early-evening New York City Harbor Lights cruise and bask in the glow of the setting sun and glistening harbor lights. While listening to an entertaining and informative tour commentary, sip your favorite drink and watch the sun set, the moon rise and New York City light up for the night.