My Guide Website?
New York City: Sunset Boat Cruise to Statue of Liberty301 Reviews
Enjoy a boat tour during sunset and see the Statue of Liberty from up close. Cruise past Ellis Island and the Brooklyn Bridge and take in views of the Manhattan skyline.
Our Top Experiences and Tours in New York City:If youʻre booking your trip to New York City last minute, we have you covered. Below are some of the top tours and experiences!
- Enjoy the Manhattan skyline on a scenic sunset cruise
- See the Statue of Liberty from up close as the sun sets behind it
- Cruise around Brooklyn Bridge and Ellis Island
- Photograph the Freedom Tower, the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere
- Learn about Manhattan’s major landmarks with entertaining English narration
DescriptionEmbark on a scenic boat cruise at sunset around the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and Brooklyn Bridge. Feel the wind in your hair and watch the colors of the sunset take over the dusk sky as you cruise on the calm waters around Manhattan, marveling at the city views from your unique perspective. First, choose a seat either on the outdoor or indoor decks, then sit back and relax as you travel to see the Statue of Liberty. Continue towards Ellis Island, where you have the opportunity to take photos of the famous entry point to New York City with the sunset in the background. Take in views of the Manhattan skyline and its famous skyscrapers, including the One World Trade Center, as you cruise along the east and west side of Lower Manhattan. Listen to your guide as they share information about these iconic sites, including the history of the Empire State Building, Manhattan Bridge, Governor's Island, and more.
IncludesBoat cruise Route within 100 feet of Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Cruise alongside both sides of Manhattan Outdoor and indoor seating Live guide (English only) Cash bar on board
- Infant rates apply when they do not occupy a seat Please note, this tour does not land at either Liberty Island or Ellis Island The boat is wheelchair accessible for push-wheelchairs, but is not able to accommodate electric wheelchairs