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What You'll Get
- One Ticket to the 4th of July Event
Guests are invited to take advantage of this special event to enjoy a front row seat directly beneath the famous Macy’s fireworks show. Depart from Pier 36 shortly before sunset and enjoy a professionally guided tour while cruising down the Manhattan coastline. After sunset comes the main event, one of the most spectacular displays of fireworks.
Your choice of one of the following dining options:
- A world-famous NY deli sandwich from Ben’s served with fresh coleslaw, potato salad, and pickles.
- A savory NY hot dog meal with a fluffy knish, chewy cookies, potato chips, and pickles
A crisp oriental salad with avocado, served with signature dressing and tender dinner rolls (Vegetarian option)
- Complimentary bottles of water and soda
- Musical entertainment
- A bar fully stocked with wine, beer and champagne available for purchase (Must be 21, ID’s and carry-ons will be checked)
- Additional snacks and hot drinks available for purchase
Boarding: 6:00pm | Cruising: 6:20pm – 11:20pm Cruise departs from Pier 36 promptly at 6:20 pm at 299 South Street, between Montgomery St and Clinton St.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Jul 4, 2017. Amount paid never expires. Must provide 21+ ID to receive alcoholic beverages. Limit 4 per person. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required by Monday July 3rd. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About New York Water Tours
Sometimes the best way to see New York City is from the water. That's where New York Water Tours comes in. Aboard a sprawling, open-air boat, the company whisks visitors through New York Harbor, passing beneath the Brooklyn Bridge and the Manhattan Bridge along the way. It also cruises past Battery Park and alongside famous landmarks including the pièce de résistance: the Statue of Liberty. Throughout the tour, guides share historical facts on everything from the origins of Wall Street to how Governor's Island began as City Comptroller's Island.