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Why NYC Boat Tours Are the Perfect Quick Activity

by Liberty Cruise - January 6, 2018

Are you traveling to New York City for a short period of time and are trying to make the best out of it? Do you want to see as much of the city as you can and as quickly as possible? Do you want to explore some of the most iconic attractions and sights of the city? Then you should definitely take advantage of the NYC boat tours. They are a great way to see some incredible sights and attractions and some awesome parts of New York City in a short amount of time.

Why Take a Tour?

You should take NYC boat tours because you will get to see iconic sights such as the Manhattan skyline and the Statue of Liberty. The NYC boat tours pass the New York harbor as they leave Pier 36 in downtown Manhattan. The tour is at 299 South Street, right between Clinton Street and Montgomery Street, and you will find plenty of places to go for a quick bite in the area before your cruise. As the boat makes its way toward the Statue of Liberty and back, it passes Ellis Island as well as Governors Island. You will be able to get a close-up view of Lady Liberty, which is a must if you are visiting New York City for the first time. In addition to this, the cruise includes an experienced guide who will share informative facts about the history of the Statue of Liberty as well as of the cultural history of Ellis Island.

The Benefits of the Tour

The reason why NYC boat tours are the perfect quick activity is because the tours are only one hour and fifteen minutes long, so you can add it into your schedule without a problem. You will be able to take some incredible pictures of the Manhattan skyline, as it is one of the only two places in the entire city where you can get great shot (the other one being Brooklyn). You can stick this activity in your morning schedule, get some lunch in downtown Manhattan afterward, go to the 9/11 Memorial, and then make your way north toward Broadway, Times Squares, Central Park, and Harlem.  

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