HARBOR LIGHTS CRUISE OVERVIEW
Nothing quite compares to a NYC sunset cruise through city
lights glistening like diamonds on the dark water. So grab
some friends, family, coworkers or even a totally random
stranger and enter the magical twilight scene of so many
famous movies. Experience the Instagram potential as you
watch the sunset and glide under the majestically lit Lady
As the sun goes down in the west, the Circle Line Harbor
Lights Cruise sets sail from Midtown. On clear evenings, the
skyscrapers glow golden as the ship begins its journey down
the Hudson. Even native New Yorkers can be struck dumb by
the beauty of a city sunset, which makes the skyline look
more like jewels than glass towers.
With a drink in your hand, the breeze in your face and the
NYC skyline shimmering before you, how could you possibly go
wrong? It’s a happy hour (and a half) of sightseeing! And
not only that, but we double your photo ops by turning our
tour around so you can catch that perfect picture.
Things to know: Food and beverages available for purchase on
board. Onboard restrooms. Narrated by professional guides.
Sail within 100 feet of the Statue of Liberty. Great views
of midtown and lower Manhattan at sunset and night time.
Pass under Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Williamsburg bridges.
No lines, no waiting! This tour can sell out during
summer and holidays. Buy your tickets online now and save
time, money and reserve your tour now.
Available: Spring thru Fall (no winter sailings)
Duration: Pier to Pier 1.5
February 27-April 26: Friday - Sunday 7:00 PM
April 27-October 25: Daily at 7:00 PM
(Special schedule on July 4th)
October 26-November 22: Friday - Sunday 7:00 PM
REGULAR TICKETS PRICES:
SAVE 25% OFF TICKETS
Adult $39.00 ... NOW
Child (3-12) $32.00 ...
Senior (65+) $36.00 ...
*Plus taxes and fees.
Prices subject to change without notice.
Pier 83 at West 42nd St & 12th Ave., NY, NY 10019
1, 2, 3, 7, S, N, Q, R to 42nd St.–Times Square (7th Ave.);
A, C, E to 42nd St.–Times Square (8th Ave.). Then walk or
take M42 bus west to 12th Avenue. The bus crosses the hectic
West Side Highway and drops guests right at the door, so if
possible, take the bus or a cab from 8th Ave.