What is the typical length of a cruise?
Generally, quotes are based on a 3-hour cruise. Additional cruise time may be added, however, it is helpful to plan this in advance so service remains seamless aboard the yacht.
What sites do you see on the cruise?
A three-hour cruise would include highlights of Manhattan such as Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center, the Brooklyn and Manhattan Bridges, the South Street Seaport, The Intrepid Museum, and the Empire State Building. All breathtaking!
Does each yacht provide menu and bar options?
Most yachts are full-service, meaning they not only provide marine crew and service staff, but a private chef as well. Menus and bar options are provided with each quote.
Does the yacht allow outside catering?
Yes, although each yacht has a private chef to prepare your selected menu, you may utilize the services from an outside licensed caterer.
Why aren’t rates listed on the website?
There are yachts for as few as 12 guests and yachts for groups up to 1000 — all of which have a choice of pickup locations, menus, and bar options. Once we speak with the client and get a better understanding of their specific event and targeted budget, we can then provide the perfect yacht and an accurate proposal.
Is parking available?
Yes, each pick up location has parking available either onsite or very close by. Parking fees may vary.