Board a Seastreak ferry at one of four ports in New York City and New Jersey and cruise roundtrip through the New York Harbor, historic Highlands and Atlantic Highlands, and Sandy Hook point to see some of the world’s most iconic features from the water!
Choose one of four ports to depart and return and set sail on our smooth and comfortable, high tech ferries for a site-seeing cruise around the famous New York Harbor and see the Sandy Hook lighthouse and northern point! This self-guided tour will allow you to relax and enjoy the beautiful sights as we cruise by the Statue of Liberty, marvelous bridges like the Verrazano and Brooklyn Bridges, memorable buildings like the Woolworth and One World Trade Center, a naval weapons station, the South Street seaport, several beautiful lighthouses, and more. Try a day cruise every season and evening/night cruise for five unique experiences!
Relax and enjoy a view of the gorgeous Manhattan skyline you can’t get from a bus or walking tour. Wave hello to Lady Liberty, marvel at New York’s iconic bridges, and witness the towering One World Trade Center. It’s the best way to see the city.
Try something different and leave the crowded public tour buses and walking tours behind. Enjoy this season’s beauty at day or night while you relax and direct your own tour. Just take in the sites, or use our wifi connection and your own web-enabled device to learn about the various sites you’re seeing.
Enjoy the beautiful and historical sites on our open-air top deck or indoors in our climate-controlled cabins with panoramic windows, comfortable seating, a full-service bar, and the convenience of private his/hers restrooms.
Tickets can be purchased at the port of departure. In NJ, they are purchased at the Atlantic Highlands and Highlands ticket offices; in New York City, they are purchased on the boat at time of boarding. Advanced purchase not required.
326 Shore Drive
Bottom of First Avenue at the Atlantic Highlands Municipal Marina
Gouverneur Lane at South Street and F.D.R. Drive on the Lower East Side of Manhattan
East 35th Street and the FDR on the East Side of Manhattan