Traveling through a city's natural waterways renders views that differ from usual modes of exploration such as driving or horseback gliding. Enjoy a new perspective with this Groupon.
$14 for Choice of New York Harbor Boat Cruise (Up to $29 Value)
- Two-hour Tropical Oasis Cruise—boards Saturday nights at 8:45 p.m.
- 90-minute Happy Hour Cruise—boards Thursday and Friday nights at 6:15 p.m.
Both cruises take place aboard the Zephyr, a three-level vessel with both outdoor and indoor climate-controlled decks, live DJs, and two cash bars.
Circle Line Downtown
Circle Line Downtown's fleet continues the tradition of ferrying passengers to and fro beneath the iconic skyline and renowned bridges of New York Harbor. Maintaining a fundamental respect for the environment, experienced captains pilot a flotilla of ships that boast low-emission engines, low-wake hulls, hospital-grade mufflers, and enough space on board to carry migrating geese. The knowledgeable seafaring crew zips guests over gentle crests for tours and specialty cruises designed for the adventuresome and those longing to know more about the awe-inspiring region.
New York Water Taxi and Circle Line Downtown
New York Water Taxi has entertained millions of visitors to New York since 2002, beginning with a spunky fleet of five distinctive black-and-yellow-checkered vessels. The eco-conscious crew first began by chauffeuring passengers between Brooklyn and downtown, but the business quickly expanded as locals and tourists demanded to see all of New York's mammoth manmade beauty such as the city skyline, Brooklyn Bridge, Empire State Building, and Ellis Island from its treasured natural waterways. New York Water Taxi is the better way to see NYC — providing exciting ways to navigate and experience NYC aboard iconic, exciting, and comfortable boats!
Knowledgable and entertaining guides narrate tours while patrons can indulge in a cash bar that provides refreshments along the way. Popular touring sites include Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum, Times Square/Broadway, Hudson River Park, and South Street Seaport, to name a few.
89 South St.
Manhattan, New York 10038