Hornblower Cruises (South Street Seaport)

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Pier 15, 80 South Street Seaport, New York, NY 10004 Pier 15, 80 South Street Seaport, New York Directions
+12127422820
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Report | 9 months ago
My husband and I made the reservation to attend this cruise. We drove 2 hours from NJ and battle traffic in Manhattan. We never found the location to where this cruise line was leaving from. No one was available to give us driving directions. I was never refunded even after contacting the company.
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Report | a year ago
Great views
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Report | 2 years ago
Love it, spend a good time with my boyfriend.
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Report | 3 years ago
Arrive early
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Report | 3 years ago
Take the drinks upgrade in check-in! Drinks on board are expensive! Lovely time otherwise!
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Report | 3 years ago
Dessert would be nice!
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Report | 3 years ago
Come early or on time. Make sure to call and make reservations. Beware of having a GREAT TIME!!! TOP SHELF CRUISE!
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Report | 3 years ago
Everything was true as the Groupon described. No surprises!!
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Report | 3 years ago
Take advantage of the great photo opportunities. There is no credit card use on the boat.
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Report | 3 years ago
Good experience Two hour cruise. A lot of people attend the dj was very good had the boat rocking the whole way to and back. The food was the only disappointment had me throwing up not good.
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Hornblower Cruises started in 1980, when founder and CEO Terry Macrae bought a charter yacht business. It's fleet? Two yachts. Since then, though, it has grown exponentially. Nowadays, it's big enough to staff nine ports, in spots from New York to Newport Beach, home of the company's most noteworthy boat, the M/V Wild Goose. The historic yacht was actor John Wayne's private vessel for years, before Hornblower bought it in 1995. At this point, it's a celebrity unto itself.

The company's captains helm that yacht, and many more, on myriad types of trips. One San Francisco ferry ride whisks passengers off to Alcatraz Island for tours of what was once Al Capone's jail. Other cruises slice through the waters on whale watching excursions. In New York, of course, there's a cruise to the Statue of Liberty, and at most locales, the company also hosts dinner cruises, a pleasant alternative to no-dinner-for-you cruises. Regardless of the luxury boats' destinations, though, they all have one thing in common—they impact the environment as little as possible. The company's award-winning Respect Our Planet Initiative means the team strives to use reclaimed and eco-friendly materials in new yachts, and draw on wind and solar energy when possible.

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