U.S. News: The 10 Best New York City Boat Tours

Tribeca Sailing – Sunset Statue Sailing Tour
Hop aboard a classic sailboat and marvel at the New York City skyline as the sun sets over the harbor. Passengers will see a variety of iconic landmarks, including One World Trade Center, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty, and may even go beneath the Brooklyn Bridge. Reviewers say the tour offers a unique and memorable way to see the city and applaud the friendly captain. Cruises, which are limited to just six passengers and last two hours, depart at 6 p.m. each day, except in November when tours depart at 4 p.m. Cruises do not sail December through March. Tickets cost $110 per person, and patrons are welcome to bring their own food and drinks (including alcoholic beverages) aboard. The company also offers daytime tours and private tours.

Affinity Wedding & Honeymoons Magazine: The Perfect Minimoon: 24 Hours in New York

A popular destination for smitten newlyweds, the city that at never sleeps has a wide array of romantic options for honeymooners that stretch far beyond the usual tourist traps. LOCALIKE New York has put together their recommendations for 24 hours In the Big Apple, perfect for a minimoon or those stopping off in the city on their way to the next destination.

Morning Activity; Tribeca Sailing
The feeling of the fresh breeze joins breath-taking skyline views onboard a Tribeca Sailing private cruise. Make new memories together, while sailing the waters around the island of Manhattan and enjoying unforgettable moments on their historical yacht.

5 new things to try in New York City

by Hannah Berry George
Life’s good on the open seas (read: rivers) A private sailing experience may sound spenny but, if you split it among a group, it’s actually not that bad. Depending on the time of day and experience you go for, it costs between $90-110 per person for a 2-hour ride, with a max of 6 passengers, on TARA (a 1964 Hinckley Custom Pilot 35 sailboat, if that means anything to you). Captain Dave took us out of the North Cove Marina, up to the Statue of Liberty and down and round Lower Manhattan, pootling along between Manhattan and Brooklyn and under the Manhattan Bridge before heading back. We sailed the Hudson, East and Harlem Rivers, which is just a cool thing to be able to say. Tip: get Perfect Picnic to cover the food situ so you don’t have to bother. For just $35 dollars you can get The Classic Picnic which includes cheeses, meats, baguettes, olives, jam, cookies, tea and water. They’ll even deliver straight to the boat.

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Tribeca Sailing in Arcadia Magazine October 2018

The Itinerary New York

ARCADIA MAGAZINE
by Stephanie Pak


There is nowhere else in the world where you will see incredible dance performances filled with flips and twists on the subway, or a man singing his heart out on the streets of Williamsburg or neon-lit Mario Karts lighting up the streets of Broadway at night. Here is our carefully curated itinerary for the perfect day in New York.


10 a.m.: Sailing on the Hudson River
Experience New York from the water and explore the Hudson River with Tribeca Sailing. Captain David will take you on an adventure on the magnificent sailboat, Tara. There is an intimacy to being on a smaller sailboat, you are in the heart of the action. It is thrilling to watch the captain undock the boat as you begin to bob along the water and when the time is right, open and hoist the sail. Even as a passenger there is a wonderful sense of freedom.


The Tribeca Sailing tour begins at the North Cove Marina and sails past all of the glittering buildings along the New York Harbour. Captain David is a fantastic guide and lends his knowledge to the remarkable history of the sights of New York. The Freedom Tower is even more impressive from the water, as well as seeing the Governors and Ellis Islands – it is a reminder of the struggles and of those who have passed through New York to make it the glorious city it is today. Lastly, seeing the monumental Statue of Liberty, is also a breathtaking moment.

Guest columnist: The Localike guide to 24 hours in New York City

Absolutely WeddingsNew York is the city that never sleeps…or is that its visitors? With so much to see and do, it’s the perfect spot for a minimoon or pre-wedding luxury break, but you want to experience the real city. So the team from Localike New York have put together a 24-hour itinerary for couples who only have one day to play.


Sightseeing with a difference: Tribeca Sailing
The feeling of the fresh breeze joins breath-taking skyline views on board a Tribeca Sailing private cruise. It’s the perfect way to make new memories together, while sailing the waters around the island of Manhattan and enjoying unforgettable moments on a classic yacht.


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