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Enjoy a beautiful cruise from NJ and NYC up the Hudson River to Cold Spring

Up the Hudson River to Cold Spring, NY
August 10th
All day with stopover
$99 Round Trip; $79 One Way
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A breathtaking river cruise to charming Cold Spring, NY

Cruise up the tree-lined Hudson River to historic Cold Spring, NY, aboard a state-of-the-art Seastreak catamaran. Relax and enjoy an ever-changing view of the stunning shores.

We’ll stop in Cold Spring, NY for the afternoon where you’ll have five hours to dine at one of the many local eateries and explore the neat shops in one of New York’s most idyllic villages or check out the Hops on the Hudson beer festival! We’ll return mid-afternoon, arriving home just in time for dinner.

  • Gorgeous views up and down the Hudson River

    We’ll follow the majestic river as she meanders under the George Washington Bridge, past the Cloisters, and catch some breathtaking views of the Palisades. We’ll see the rolling tree-filled hills and shores of Hastings-on-the-Hudson, Tarrytown, Ossining, Croton Point, Haverstraw, Stony Point, Bear Mountain, and West Point.

  • Hops on the Hudson

    Visit the Hops on the Hudson – Modern Makers Market! The market, and all 60+ makers will be in the heart of Cold Spring selling their merchandise on August 10th.


    The market is free to enter, so be sure to check it out. See what the local artists, potters, bakers, woodworkers, illustrators, painters, clothing designers, jewelers, and wine/spirits/craft beer producers have been working on! In addition to shopping, there will be live music and a food court full of delicious bites.

  • Farm-to-table foods, local boutiques, beautiful hikes, and a 19th century waterfront main street

    In Cold Spring, enjoy a gourmet meal and boutique shopping on the village’s historic Main Street. Get artisan gifts for friends and family or just enjoy strolling the Victorian streets, houses, and shops. If you’re interested in doing more walking, explore one of the local hiking trails like Breakneck Ridge or Bull Hill.

  • A Comfortable Ride

    Relax and unwind during the cruise in our open-air top deck or indoors in our climate-controlled cabins with 360 degree panoramic windows, comfortable seating, a full-service bar, and the convenience of private his/hers restrooms.

Schedule & Pricing

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Departure Dates (2024 SUMMER)

August 10th


Departure and Arrival Times

Highlands, NJ DeparturePier 11/Wall St., NYC DepartureCold Spring, NY ArrivalMilton, NY ArrivalMilton, NY DepartureCold Spring, NY DeparturePier 11/Wall St., NYC ArrivalHighlands, NJ Arrival
7:45 AM8:45 AM10:55 AM11:25 AM3:30 PM4:00 PM6:00 PM7:00 PM




 AdultsChildren (Ages 0-12)BikeExchange Fee
One Way$79$45$5$10
Round Trip$99$55$10$10

An exchange fee (per booking) will be charged for any changes made to reservations.

Event Route

Seastreak Ferry Terminal at Highlands

326 Shore Drive - Highlands, NJ 07732View Map

Ticket Office Hours

M-F: 5:00am - 8:30am, 2:00pm - 8:30pm
Sat/Sun: 8:00am - 7:30pm

Directions, Nearby Amenities, Additional Details

View This Port

Port Features
  • Bike Rack
  • Covered Waiting Area
  • Free Daytime Parking
  • Free Overnight Parking (restrictions apply)
  • Handicap Accessibility
  • Refreshments
  • Restrooms

Pier 11 Ferry Terminal

Pier 11 at South Street - New York, NY 10005View Map

Directions, Nearby Amenities, Additional Details

View This Port

Port Features
  • Covered Waiting Area
  • Easy Access to NYC Transit Buses
  • Handicap Accessibility
  • Refreshments
  • Restrooms
  • Retail

Cold Spring, NY

5 New St - Cold Spring, NY 10516View Map

  • Covered Waiting Area
  • Handicap Accessibility
  • Refreshments
  • Restrooms
  • Retail

Just walking down Main Street gives one a stroll into the past, with great shopping and eating thrown in for good measure. For architecture buffs one is dazzled by the Colonial and Victorian architectural styles in this beautifully preserved 19th-century village. Take a walk down any side street and you will be even more dazzled by all the little gardens and architectural details of the old homes that make up the village.

Cold Spring’s Main Street is a unique collection of stores that slope down to the east bank of the Hudson. Stores include antique shops, coffee houses, restaurants with outdoor dining, and river’s edge park areas with a Gazebo & benches overlooking the Hudson.

Check out for lots of great local information about places to explore and things to do on your next visit to this quaint village.

Here is a great article in Time Out New York about their recent visit to Cold Spring.

Logistics & What to Know

View All FAQs
  • Check out a great map of Cold Spring attractions and businesses here: Cold Spring Merchants Map
  • For more information about the village of Cold Spring:
  • This event is NOT returnable or exchangeable.
  • Please note that in order to explore the main part of the village of Cold Spring, NY, there are two options:
    • You may walk up Main St. and under the railroad tracks via the pedestrian tunnel which requires climbing some stairs.
    • To avoid stairs you can cross over the tracks via the overpass at Lunn Terrace or via the elevator and the walking bridge at the train station on Market St

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