NYC Cruise Info

Plan Your Trip

by nycgo.com staff, 12/30/2010

 
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New York is one of America's top cruise ports. Passengers from New York City can cruise to the Caribbean year-round and may also cruise to the Northeast, Canada, Bermuda, England and many other destinations around the world.

Disney Cruise Line's ocean liner, the Disney Magic, sails from New York City, with destinations including the Bahamas, the New England and Canadian coasts, and even two-night cruises for families to sample the experience of Disney at sea. The ship features family entertainment, a variety of outdoor activities and indoor play areas, plus live shows, character experiences, Broadway-quality musical theater and more. For more information, visit disneycruise.com/2012. Families traveling to NYC who want to take advantage of the City's kid-friendly entertainment should see our itinerary for children, with suggestions for little ones like visiting the Central Park Zoo or the Children's Museum of the Arts. (For those activities and plenty more-for kids and adults alike-visit our suggested itineraries section.)

Recent infrastructure improvements ensure smooth sailing for the cruise passengers who pass through New York City. Below is a listing of contact information for each terminal.

New York Cruise Terminal
Piers 88, 90 and 92
711 12th Ave. (at W. 55th St.)
212-246-5450

Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
Pier 12, Building 112
Bowne St. (at Imlay St.)
718-246-2794

For more information on New York City's cruise terminals, visit nycruise.com.

For ideas on what to do during your stay, see our events and suggested itineraries sections, including:

New York City in One Day: Some people have lived in NYC their whole lives and still haven't seen it all. You have a single day—here's your game plan for experiencing the City's highlights.

New York City in Three Days: Three days may not seem like enough time to cover the five boroughs, but visitors can savor many essential destinations during a weekend visit to NYC—this guide shows how.

Essential NYC Dining: Hungry? You're in luck. The City offers a wealth of cosmopolitan eateries, whether you're looking for a cheap Vietnamese sandwich on the fly or an elegant meal at one of the world's most famous French restaurants.

Kid-Friendly NYC: From a children's zoo in Central Park and the Children's Museum of the Arts to ice cream in Brooklyn and adventures in Staten Island, a three-day visit to New York offers a multitude of highlights for kids and their families.

Gay NYC: The superlative restaurants, shops and cultural sites in the western swath of Manhattan—including the West Village and Chelsea—attract all travelers and particularly appeal to LGBT visitors.

 

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