A dinner cruise in New York. Book your dinner cruise in New York online. Fantastic views of Manhattan skyline and famous NYC sights, including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, new World Trade Center.
Bateaux's huge glass walls allow great views of Manhattan’s skyline on both sides of the island. Bateaux New York departs from Pier 61, and first cruises on the Hudson River and then on the East River. You will see fantastic panoramic views and famous sights of Manhattan, including the Statue of Liberty, Empire State Building, the Brooklyn Bridge, new World Trade Center.
Dinner on the Bateaux is a great idea for a special and elegant evening in New York. Please mind there is a dress code: collared shirts for men (T-shirts are not allowed), jackets are recommended. For women - evening (cocktail) style. Dark jeans are allowed, but not recommended. Shorts, sneakers, flip-flops are prohibited. Children under 4 years of age are not allowed on the dinner cruise on Bateaux New York.
Boarding: 18.15. Cruise time: 19.00 - 22.00.
Elegant atmosphere, music, and stunning views of Manhattan. You will be presented with a prix-fixe menu where you can choose from several types of appetizers, main courses and desserts. Coffee, tea and ice-tea are included. There is an extra fee for alcoholic drinks.
Ticket prices vary depending on the day of the week. You can also select a ticket with a guaranteed table by the window. It is $20 extra per person.
You will get a confirmation voucher in 24 hours after purchase. The voucher will contain your reservation number. On the day of the cruise please go directly to Pier 61 (the address and the map will also be included in the voucher). Please provide your ID and the reservation number at Pier 61. The cruise departs from Pier 61.
Important note for international guests: according to the US law, everyone must present a proof they are older than 21 years old to be able to purchase alcoholic beverages. All passengers who will buy alcoholic beverages on board will be asked to present their IDs.