This winter, set sail with Seastreak!
Read on to see which of their seasonal cruises is the perfect fit for you and your family!
Seal and Bird Ecology Cruises: This cruise, hosted by naturalists from the American Littoral Society departs from Highlands, NJ for an adventure through Sandy Hook Bay and lower New York Harbor. Along the way, view and learn about the wildlife visiting your own backyard. See adorable seals lounging on the rocks off the shores of the beach, or swimming and feeding under the Verrazzano Bridge. These charming creatures are always a crowd pleaser.
︎Staten Island Historical Cruises: This cruise is great for older kids and curious adults with an interest in a wide breadth of topics pertaining to the maritime, industrial, cultural and environmental history of NYC’s southernmost borough. On the journey down Arthur Kill and around Staten Island, you’ll hear lively narration by Wade Goria, a National Lighthouse Museum Historian, author, and former NYU professor. Listen to fascinating stories about haunted inns, ship graveyards, failed Revolutionary War peace conferences, and innovations in shipping. This cruise will surprise you!
NYC Sunday Brunch Cruise: Take some photos from the open-air top deck and then come inside to check out the food spread and visit the bar for $5 mimosas and Bloody Marys! What’s brunch without your favorite breakfast cocktail?!
Sit back and relax as you take in the city. Get up close views of all the most iconic sights, like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, the Brooklyn Bridge, and the Hudson River.
No matter which trip you choose, you’re sure to travel in comfort. Spacious seating, an open-air top deck, a climate controlled cabin, and a fully stocked bar is available on every Seastreak ferry. To learn more about these cruises and what’s coming this spring, visit seastreak.com.
See you onboard!
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