New Year's Eve Family Cruise

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Make the one night of the year the kids are allowed to stay up extra, extra late extra, extra magical!

Our Family New Year’s Eve cruise is the coolest way for you and your clan to usher in 2015! Your kids will delight in Wii games, party favors and noise makers – while grown-ups will be enchanted by spectacular views of the glittering Manhattan skyline and fireworks celebration (although, we know from past years that the kiddlets kinda find the fireworks and views to be just as cool as the games and activites).

To keep those appetites in check, we'll be serving up a fun assortment of treats, sweets and light sandwiches (chicken tenders and mac & cheese for the kids) – as well as our famous Shirley Temples for the youngins' and soft drinks for all! Cash bar with wine and beer also available for the grown-ups (with proper ID). 

Before sailing into 2015, you’ll cruise by famous City sights - all twinkling in brilliant holiday splendor - such as:

  • Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island
  • Brooklyn Bridge
  • Empire State Building
  • United Nations Building
  • Chrysler Building
  • ...and much, much more!

And don't worry about missing the ball drop, as our plasma televisions will be tuned in for the Times Square festivities!

 

Get your tickets now before they become 'so last year!'

 

SCHEDULE:
Wednesday, December 31, 2014
Boards: 9:20pm | Sails: 9:30pm – 12:30am

TICKETS:

$90.00 per adult
$45.00 per child (3-12 yrs)
$250.00 Family Rate (2 adults, 2 children)*
*Please call (212) 742-1969 for family package reservations.

 


 


 


 

New Year's Eve Family Cruise service stops at:
Pier 17, South Street Seaport

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Unfortunately tickets for dates in the greyed out boxes are not currently available online. Please call 212-742-1969 to purchase over the phone.

Looking for other things to do with your All-Day Access Pass ticket?

You can check out The National September 11th Memorial, or if you're looking for something more adventurous, you could Bike the Brooklyn Bridge & Water Taxi Back.