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Choose from Six Options
- $90 for New York City Lights Dinner Cruise for one on Thursday or Friday ($150 value)
- $95 for New York City Lights Dinner Cruise for one on Saturday ($156.25 value)
- $180 for New York City Lights Dinner Cruise for two on Thursday or Friday ($300 value)
- $190 for New York City Lights Dinner Cruise for two on Saturday ($312.50 value)
- $49 for NYC Jazzy Champagne Brunch Cruise for one, valid Saturdays and Sundays, May–October ($87.50 value)
- $95 for NYC Jazzy Champagne Brunch Cruise for two, valid Saturdays and Sundays, May–October ($175 value)
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The New York City Lights Dinner Cruise boards at 6:30 p.m., then disembarks for three hours of sightseeing, dining from a three-course menu with options such as petite filet mignon and pan-seared salmon, and after-dinner dancing. Soda, juice, coffee, and herbal tea are included.
NYC Jazzy Champagne Brunch Cruise boards at 12:00 p.m. and sails for a two-hour trip. Dining includes a brunch buffet, dessert station, unlimited mimosas, coffee, and herbal teas.
Cruises depart from New York Pier 40. Children ages 3 and under ride free; 40% off tickets for children ages 4–12 are available directly from the merchant.
But the pride of the company's New York fleet is the 210-foot Hornblower Infinity, which ferries passengers around the city on picturesque day and evening cruises. The sleek ship features an open bow, covered sky deck, and state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems that help make special events hosted on board memorable. The newest member of the New York fleet, the 148-foot Hornblower Hybrid, cruises around Manhattan via eco-friendly propulsion technology.
In fact, all of Hornblower's luxury boats 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.