Do you have a picture of you and Lady Liberty on a Hinckley? Even if you do, you should do it again. We simply cannot get enough of Liberty Island. Day or night, this quick trip never disappoints (especially if you have first-timers aboard). If that’s still not enough, Ellis Island is just a short few hundred yards to the Northeast – which after an incredible rehabilitation, is truly an unforgettable destination.
Cruise along the River and indulge in the sights of New York from a new angle – and don’t forget to swing past lower Manhattan and take a look at One World Trade from the water.
Looking for some maritime history? Cruise to the Island for multiple eclectic seafood restaurants and a look at Belden Point, which was named after a developer who built an Amusement park there in 1887.
Drop off and attend a Mets game at Citi Field in Queens or the US Open in September. Rich in history, the Marina was originally built for the 1939 Fair and has since undergone a massive renovation.
An iconic seafood spot dating back to 1905 with deck seating & bay view. Famous for the mahogany bar, the nautically inspired atmosphere keeps you on course for your seaside night even during dinner.
New York City is home to a few great restaurants you can reach by yacht. Here are a few favorites, your captain will know many more.
A collection of classic yacht, beach, and picnic options available in each and every B&G Harbor.B&G CATERING MENU
A wide selection of creative and exciting options perfect for the yachts.THOMAS OLIVERS CATERING MENU
Chelsea Pier Marina
Pier 59, 17th St and the Hudson River, NYC 10011