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New York

Boating In New York, New York

New York
Culture and Life Abound in the City that Never Sleeps

Discover a unique perspective of the iconic New York City boating destination by exploring its vibrant waterways as a boater. While the city is renowned for its bustling streets and towering skyscrapers, the experience from the water offers a fresh and captivating angle. Boating enthusiasts are in for a treat with the myriad of reasons to navigate these waters.

New York City's harbor presents an incredible opportunity for boaters to witness the city's skyline in all its glory. The sight of the Statue of Liberty, proudly overlooking the harbor, is a stirring and patriotic moment that can only be fully appreciated from the water. The Brooklyn Bridge, connecting two boroughs in a majestic arch, takes on a whole new dimension when seen from the tranquility of the waves. Cruising around these architectural marvels instills a sense of awe in all who visit.

Beyond the iconic landmarks, boaters can access a wide range of activities and destinations that are uniquely accessible by water. The city's various marina and docks offer convenient access to world-class restaurants, providing the chance to savor a delectable meal while overlooking the water and skyline. Whether you're docking in Manhattan's West Side or Brooklyn's DUMBO neighborhood, the culinary delights of New York City are always close by.

Exploring New York City by boat also provides access to its many cultural gems. Dotted along the waterfront, you'll find an array of museums and cultural centers that can be conveniently reached from the water. The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, housed on the deck of the USS Intrepid aircraft carrier, offers an up-close encounter with history.

For those seeking a more leisurely experience, boating along the Hudson River or through the East River allows you to escape the urban hustle and bustle and find tranquility amidst the city that never sleeps. Whether you're looking for a peaceful sunset cruise or an exciting adventure navigating the waterways, New York City offers it all for boaters eager to explore its waters from a different perspective.

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9/11 Memorial
The destruction of the two towers that comprised the World Trade Center left New York City barren and bereft. Visit the moving museum, with exhibitions chronicling the before, during, and after, and poetic outdoor memorial, where two flowing pools echo the footprints of the Twin Towers.
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High Line
Friends of the High Line transformed a historical rail into a green, linear park, stretching from Gansevoort Street to West 34th Street. Accessible by staircases along the path, the High Line is open from sunrise to Sunset, offering a wonderland of native grasses and wildflowers and aerial views of the river and city.
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Metropolitan Museum of Art
Founded in 1870 by a group of American businessmen and artists, the Metropolitan Museum is the most visited museum in New York. Chronicling 5,000 years of art from around the world, exhibits include pieces from Egyptian, Europe, Africa, Oceania, the Americas, and the Renaissance, Impressionist, and Modernist periods.
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Times Square
One of the most popular attractions of the Big Apple, Times Square stretches from West 42nd to West 47th. Bright billboards, neon lights, entertainment, and shops dazzle 50 million tourists every year. On December 31st, millions gather to celebrate as the New Years Eve Ball descends upon Times Square.
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Broadway Theatre District
Home to 40 professional theaters seating 500 people, the theatre district in New York boasts the best productions in the world. Get tickets to Phantom of the Opera or Chicago, the longest running musicals on Broadway. It is often possible to get autographs and photos with your favorite actors at the stage door after the show.
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