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New York City. One port. Endless possibilities.

NYCruise passengers are in the heart of it all. No other city offers a more exciting combination of world-famous attractions and activities.

The finest array of ships

NYCruise Terminals in Manhattan and Brooklyn are home to the world’s newest and most prestigious ships. Passengers can choose from a diverse array of large luxury ships including the Queen Mary 2, the Norwegian Gem or Holland America’s Eurodam.

For luxury on a smaller scale, travelers can opt for the more intimate boutique ships such as the Regent Seven Seas Voyager or Crystal Symphony. NYCruise is also the home port for Cunard’s newest ship, the Queen Victoria.

Year-round cruising to unforgettable destinations

Passengers can cruise north to enjoy the fall foliage throughout New England and Canada or travel east for a summer trip to England or around the world. Those who prefer more exotic destinations can travel to Bermuda or through the Panama Canal to Costa Rica, Acapulco and Cabo San Lucas. And only from New York can passengers cruise throughout the winter to 11 different warm and exotic destinations in the Caribbean.

State-of-the-art cruise terminals

NYC has recently invested $250 million in the Manhattan and Brooklyn Cruise Terminals, making them among the finest in the world. Our modern facilities provide passengers a smooth and efficient experience while embarking and debarking. Continued investments and the industry’s top awards have made NYCruise the departure point for more than a million passengers each year.

Convenient location

The Manhattan and Brooklyn Terminals are easily accessible from the NYC airports as well as from the area’s major roadways. Those who drive to the terminals will find easy pickup and drop-off areas and abundant parking at both sites.

Dynamic neighborhoods surrounding the terminals offer a wide variety of nearby attractions and hotels, allowing passengers to enjoy New York City either before or after a cruise vacation.

NYCruise Brochure