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Pass By: South Street Seaport Museum, 12 Fulton St, New York City, NY 10038-2109
Boat starts at the South Street Seaport
Pass By: Manhattan Skyline, New York City, NY
Take breathtaking photos of the NYC Skyline
Pass By: Brooklyn Bridge, New York City, NY 10038
See the Brooklyn Bridge
Pass By: World Trade Center's Liberty Park, Liberty Street, New York City, NY 10048
Admire the Freedom Towers from deck
Pass By: Battery Park, State Street and Battery Place, New York City, NY 10004
Sail by Manhattan's Battery Park
Pass By: SeaGlass Carousel at The Battery, 75 Battery Pl, New York City, NY 10280-1500
Take unobstructed photos of Battery Park
Stop At: Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York City, NY 10004
Capture amazing close-up photos of the Statue of Liberty from the water
Duration: 20 minutes
Pass By: Ellis Island, New York Harbor, New York City, NY 10017
Cruise close to Ellis Island
78 South St, New York, NY 10038, USA
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Great trip. just under the hour we got great views of the statue of liberty, our guide was lovely and fun
George the captain did a great job with history and explanations of the area and things we were passing by.
Great Tour, staff was pleasant and amazing l! Fortunately the crowd that was on the tour with us was very overbearing and had no sense of personal space! They would lean on you, hit you and nearly knock you over just to get a picture. Not sure if it was just the cultural difference or what. Besides that the views were amazing
I so appreciated the staff at the office! I had two elderly people in group of 17. We arrived 15 minutes before the office opened on a COLD morning. She allowed the two to come in and wait. Once it was officially open, we went in and redeemed the voucher and went back to wait. A few minutes before boarding a HUGE group of people arrived that packed the small room. The office lady came told one of my daughters she would let us board a little early and she did. As I watched the other group come aboard, we would have never been able to get the two elderly plus our 4 year old as well. THANK YOU, Viator for making our trip successful. The only complaint I might have was I did not realize we needed to be listening to our recorders BEFORE we left dock. Our guide was always way behind where we were so I was never really sure what I was looking at.
Very good tour, especially due to our tour guide Bonnie!
Excellent. Prior to visit, did not realize I had paid for two boat cruies. Was not overcrowded, able to get great views of Hudson River.
I ordered the boat cruise plus the statue of liberty and Ellis island tickets. Only after paying did I learn that they were seperate boat rides. I wish I would have waited and bought my tickets through the national parks service.
This was an average tour that was quite disappointing when finished. The 60 minute timeline says approx. but from the time the boat moved to the time we docked was 40 minutes. So this means we actually out on the water for less than that. I felt we weren’t ever close to the 100 feet of the Statue of Liberty when cruising by. I did like that they slowed down when seeing each landmark but as an overall experience my family and I were very disappointed. On top of all that the first worker we approached when showing our tickets was extremely rude. I would not go on this tour again and I would definitely not recommend to anyone.
The boat was overcrowded. We had our 7, 5 and 2 year old granddaughters with us to show them the Statue of Liberty. The trip unfortunately was stressful due to a bus load of tourists boarding the boat and being overly aggressive with space and picture taking, including taking pictures of our girls
the cruise was great but the pier was totally unfoundable. It was not written on the voucher, we tried 3 differents piers before the right one and walk about 5km! Awful !
Set sail to the Statue of Liberty from Pier 15 at the South Street Seaport. See the Famous Brooklyn Bridge as you sail over to the Statue of Liberty to take amazing photos of Lady Liberty. Cruise next to Ellis Island, the most famous entry point to the United States, now housing the famous Ellis Island Museum. See One World Observatory from remarkable vantage points for breathtaking photos.