In 1977, the O’Sullivan brothers set out to build a luxury transportation network stretching across New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Ever since, they’ve been transporting clients in a fleet of sophisticated Lincoln Town Cars, stylish Lincoln Navigators, and stretch limousines. To ensure safety, O’Sullivan Limousine requires that its chauffeurs complete intensive defensive-driving training and pass periodic drug and background checks.
Cruise around 5 square miles of The Wildwoods on a motorized scooter, a quick and easy way to explore the outdoors and feel the wind in your hair. Every rental comes with a helmet and a tank of gas, enough to sail down Ocean Avenue or scoot around Sunset Lake.
Ocean Helicopter's fleet ferries passengers over congested highways to hundreds of airports and heliports in the tri-state area. Its Robinson R44 helicopters, which fly at 135 mph, carry up to three passengers through the skies on sightseeing tours over New York City, Point Pleasant, Seaside Heights, and Atlantic City. The helicopters can also be used during special events, such as marriage proposals, weddings, and Taco Tuesdays.
Though a student has to be 17 years old to get his or her pilot's license, the instructors at Crosswinds Flight School start flyers as young as 12 on the path toward becoming new pilots. On the runways of Cross Keys Airport in Williamstown, New Jersey, they train students in the basic operations, takeoff, and steering procedures of compact Cessna and Piper Cherokee aircraft. As instructors guide their students toward a private pilot's license or instrument rating, they field questions about specific cockpit controls, techniques of flight, and types of clouds that make the best cotton candy. They progressively fine-tune the skill sets of participants in each course through short solo flights and up to 150-mile cross-country voyages.
All American Limo's professional drivers transport patrons to and from Philadelphia International Airport aboard luxuriously accommodated vehicles: Lincoln Town Car, Chrysler 300, or Lincoln limousine. Whichever car they choose, customers can rest and play Jenga on leather seats surrounded by sleek, wood trim. Behind tinted windows, the eight-passenger limo's mini bar and vibrant lighting create a chic preflight and postflight atmosphere.
Detours. Construction crews. An unwavering gridlock of honking horns. None of these affect the team at Seastreak. They ease work commutes and transportation woes by taking a different road: the water. Seastreak's captains have five high-speed ferries at their disposal, four of which can transport more than 500 passengers at a time. Multiple ships means multiple destinations, and the captains regularly go between Manhattan and New Jersey or Manhattan and Sandy Hook Bay, among many other routes.
Each of the double-hulled catamarans has indoor and outdoor decks, which look out on panoramic views of the NYC skyline. The ships also go on formal sightseeing expeditions, cruising towards wonders such as the Hudson River's fall foliage, fireworks over the harbor, and buoys that look like rearing sea serpents if you squint.