It’s time to start planning to ring in the New Year’s in NYC!
This year, we’re bringing back the premiere event of the year with our 2014 New Year’s Eve Open Bar Harbor Cruise! Hop on the CitySightseeing New York boat and ride around New York Harbor with an open bar, live DJ, desserts, coffee, and a champagne toast at midnight. And don’t forget to watch the fireworks as they soar over the Hudson River when the clock strikes 12.
New Year’s Fireworks Cruise details:
Open Bar (Must be 21+ to attend)
Live DJ entertainment and dancing
Desserts and coffee
Light meal options available upon request
Boarding begins at 9 p.m.
Sailing begins at 10 p.m. until 1 a.m.
Boarding at Pier 78, West 38th Street at the Hudson River
UPDATE: Unfortunately we are going to have to cancel this year’s Valentine’s Day Cruise. If you have already purchased your tickets you will be issued a full refund. We are so sorry for the inconvenience and hope that you end up having a great Valentine’s Day.
Still looking for Valentine’s Day plans? You want something romantic to do with you partner, but haven’t quite found it yet?
This year, jump aboard New York City’s most fabulous gay cruise around. Reserve your seat today for the first ever Valentine’s Day “Out” on the Harbor cruise! Bring your Valentine or find a new one while enjoying a three hour, premium open bar out on the New York Harbor. There will be dancing, hors d’oeuvres, wine and chocolate tastings and much more. Here are the details:
3 Hour Evening Cruise Around Manhattan Harbor
Cruise boards at 7, departs at 7:30 p.m.
Passed hors d’oeuvres
Premium Open Bar!
Must be 21+
Make this Valentine’s Day one that you’ll never forget out on the high seas!
Editor’s Note: This post was initially published on our sister company, CitySightseeing NY’s blog, and we are republishing it here because we believe that the information provided will serve our fans well. Enjoy!
There is no place in the world better to celebrate the New Year in than New York City. Millions of people descend upon the boroughs to take part in one of the most exciting nights of the year. Some go to Times Square to watch the ball drop in person. Some go to overcrowded nightclubs where Auld Lang Syne is replaced with house music. This year, there might be a better option.
Have you ever enjoyed the New Year on the water? Count down the seconds to a new beginning on the Hudson River? Why no, it doesn’t cost an arm and a leg to have such a magical experience. Here are two great options: