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DAY 1 - Departure Day

New York, New York (Cape Liberty, NJ)

DEPARTS:
4:00 PM
CRUISE FROM NEW YORK

TO NEW ADVENTURES

Whether you’re wandering among priceless works of art at The Met or the MoMa, tucking into a slice of famous New York-style pizza in Little Italy, catching a performance of your favorite musical on Broadway, or enjoying a picnic in scenic Central Park, New York City brims with countless ways to fill your days with wonder. But did you know the Big Apple also serves as a portal to some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the Caribbean and along the coasts of New England and Canada? Just a quick car ride away you’ll find the bustling port of Cape Liberty, home to some of the most incredible ships in the Royal Caribbean NY cruises fleet. Not only is it the perfect starting point for cruises to sun-soaked Bermuda, The Bahamas and other exotic shores in the Caribbean, including the newly revamped Royal Caribbean private destination Perfect Day at CocoCay — it’s also where you’ll catch cruises from NY to the picturesque port towns that line the rugged Northeastern coastline all the way to Canada, like Bar Harbor, Halifax and Quebec City. Whatever vacation spot tops your bucket list, you’ll find the perfect cruise out of New York to get you there.

View of One World Trade Center from streets
Wide view of New York skyline
Ground angle of Brooklyn Bridge
Inside court of Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Statue of Liberty in New York

Whether you’re wandering among priceless works of art at The Met or the MoMa, tucking into a slice of famous New York-style pizza in Little Italy, catching a performance of your favorite musical on Broadway, or enjoying a picnic in scenic Central Park, New York City brims with countless ways to fill your days with wonder. But did you know the Big Apple also serves as a portal to some of the most beautiful vacation destinations in the Caribbean and along the coasts of New England and Canada? Just a quick car ride away you’ll find the bustling port of Cape Liberty, home to some of the most incredible ships in the Royal Caribbean NY cruises fleet. Not only is it the perfect starting point for cruises to sun-soaked Bermuda, The Bahamas and other exotic shores in the Caribbean, including the newly revamped Royal Caribbean private destination Perfect Day at CocoCay — it’s also where you’ll catch cruises from NY to the picturesque port towns that line the rugged Northeastern coastline all the way to Canada, like Bar Harbor, Halifax and Quebec City. Whatever vacation spot tops your bucket list, you’ll find the perfect cruise out of New York to get you there.

View of One World Trade Center from streets
Wide view of New York skyline
Ground angle of Brooklyn Bridge
Inside court of Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Statue of Liberty in New York
Things To Do

in New York

Sunset at Times Square in Manhattan New York

CITY PASS

Sightseeing in Manhattan excites and amazes like nowhere else— and every neighborhood presents a fascinating, unique personality. Tour Rockefeller Center and catch a show at Radio City Music Hall. Walk the High Line and soak in the urban buzz of Times Square. New York cruises allow you to experience it all— by tour bus, subway, or on foot.

Empire State Building observatory deck in New York

GO SKY HIGH

Stand among skyscrapers at one of New York’s scenic observation decks. Admire Central Park from the open-air Top of the Rock. Enjoy twinkling evening views from the top of the Empire State Building. Or venture 104 floors up to the One World Observatory in the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.

View of Montauk Point Lighthouse from beach in Long Island

OFF THE GRID

Cruises from New York allow you to explore the Staten Island Zoo or cheer on the Yankees in The Bronx. International culture and cuisine await you in Queens, while wineries and beaches speckle Long Island. Or stop in Hoboken, a pedestrian-friendly town where you can stroll along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway across from Manhattan’s glimmering skyline.

Street food vendor at night in Cape Liberty, New Jersey

LOCAL CUISINE

With some 20,000 sit-down restaurants, this is a foodie’s paradise. Many iconic dishes have been rubber-stamped by New York— pizza, bagels, hot dogs and cheesecake included. Savor steamy dumplings in Chinatown. Slurp down Blue Point oysters in Chelsea Market. Or munch on the legendary cronut. Then sip a Manhattan cocktail to cap off the night in NYC.

Leather shoes in store in Cape Liberty, New Jersey

SHOPPING

This global shopping capital covers it all: from big department stores like Barney’s along glitzy Madison Avenue, to souvenir shops selling “I Love NY” T-shirts. Hit up the Historic Orchard Street Shopping District for leather goods, or SoHo for cutting-edge fashions. Greenwich Village is best for books, records and craft shops, and it is a must-see when you cruise out of New York.

DAY 2 - AT SEA

CRUISING

CAN'T MISS FAVORITES

Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time
Dance salsa at the Latin Fiesta onboard a cruise to Cuba

Man Climbing Rock Wall On Board Day Time
Dance salsa at the Latin Fiesta onboard a cruise to Cuba

THINGS TO DO

Dance salsa at the Latin Fiesta onboard a cruise to Cuba
Latin Fiesta

TURN UP THE TEMPO

First, we’ll kick off a Latin fiesta with a quick crash course on basic dance moves. Then, go head-to-head — or cheek to cheek — with your fellow steppers to the sounds of a live Latin band. 

Man Climbing Down the Rock Wall
Rock Climbing Wall

A BOLDER BOULDER

Rise to the occasion and take on the signature Rock Climbing Wall. From beginners to speed climbers, everyone can enjoy an unparalleled view from 40 feet above deck. Included in your fare, no reservation required.

DAY 3 - DOCKED

Hamilton, Bermuda

ARRIVES:
2:00 PM

Adventure in Hamilton

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda
Things To Do

in Hamilton

A group of flamingos at an aquarium in Hamilton, Bermuda

The Real Waterworld

Learn about the distinct ecology of the famous Bermuda reef and the species that inhabit those waters at the Bermuda Aquarium. Then turn into an oceanographer at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, where interactive exhibits let you study ghostly shipwrecks and the mysterious Bermuda triangle.

Front view of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, also known as the Bermuda Cathedral, an Anglical cathedral on Church Street in Hamilton, Bermuda

Blast From the Past

Head to the historical sites of Bermuda's capital, starting with the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, where you can find Bermuda's very first currency, Hogge money, along with 19th-century cedar furniture and paintings of famous Bermudians, including settler George Somers. Check out the neo-gothic Holy Trinity Cathedral, with its English architecture surrounded by tropical nature.

Fully white exterior of the city hall building in Hamilton, Bermuda

Creation Nation

Witness the inventive nature of Bermudians at City Hall, which houses the National Gallery and the Society of Arts. The gallery displays paintings, installations and masks, while the society sells paintings, photographs and sculptures. Also inside City Hall is The Earl Cameron Theater, the stage for local performances like dance recitals and pantomimes.

Bowl of red Bermuda fish chowder, considered the national dish, in a restaurant in Hamilton, Bermuda

Local Cuisine

Bermuda's most flavorful and popular dishes include Pawpaw casserole — papayas cooked in a savory preparation with onions, carrots, herbs and often cheese or yogurt — the spice- and tomato-forward Bermuda fish chowder and the ever-popular black rum cake. Cruise to Bermuda and head to Art Mel's Spicy Dicy, Hog Penny, or Devil's Isle to taste the island flavors that have made Hamilton's cuisine famous.

Swimming shorts trunks with floral patterns from a shop in Hamilton, Bermuda

Shopping

Shopping time in Hamilton starts at Front Street. Walk by its colorful buildings and venture inside the many elegant shops, like Ateliere, carrying jewelry, clothing, wine and more. Continue your vacation by venturing into alleyways such as Bermuda House Lane and Chancery Lane for quirky little shops selling collectibles, arts and crafts — and of course, those cute Bermuda pants.

INSIDER TIP

Take the Sea Express ferry that sails from Hamilton for views of the harbor on your way to exciting spots like St. George and Great Sound.

DAY 4 - DOCKED

Hamilton, Bermuda

Adventure in Hamilton

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda
Things To Do

in Hamilton

A group of flamingos at an aquarium in Hamilton, Bermuda

The Real Waterworld

Learn about the distinct ecology of the famous Bermuda reef and the species that inhabit those waters at the Bermuda Aquarium. Then turn into an oceanographer at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, where interactive exhibits let you study ghostly shipwrecks and the mysterious Bermuda triangle.

Front view of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, also known as the Bermuda Cathedral, an Anglical cathedral on Church Street in Hamilton, Bermuda

Blast From the Past

Head to the historical sites of Bermuda's capital, starting with the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, where you can find Bermuda's very first currency, Hogge money, along with 19th-century cedar furniture and paintings of famous Bermudians, including settler George Somers. Check out the neo-gothic Holy Trinity Cathedral, with its English architecture surrounded by tropical nature.

Fully white exterior of the city hall building in Hamilton, Bermuda

Creation Nation

Witness the inventive nature of Bermudians at City Hall, which houses the National Gallery and the Society of Arts. The gallery displays paintings, installations and masks, while the society sells paintings, photographs and sculptures. Also inside City Hall is The Earl Cameron Theater, the stage for local performances like dance recitals and pantomimes.

Bowl of red Bermuda fish chowder, considered the national dish, in a restaurant in Hamilton, Bermuda

Local Cuisine

Bermuda's most flavorful and popular dishes include Pawpaw casserole — papayas cooked in a savory preparation with onions, carrots, herbs and often cheese or yogurt — the spice- and tomato-forward Bermuda fish chowder and the ever-popular black rum cake. Cruise to Bermuda and head to Art Mel's Spicy Dicy, Hog Penny, or Devil's Isle to taste the island flavors that have made Hamilton's cuisine famous.

Swimming shorts trunks with floral patterns from a shop in Hamilton, Bermuda

Shopping

Shopping time in Hamilton starts at Front Street. Walk by its colorful buildings and venture inside the many elegant shops, like Ateliere, carrying jewelry, clothing, wine and more. Continue your vacation by venturing into alleyways such as Bermuda House Lane and Chancery Lane for quirky little shops selling collectibles, arts and crafts — and of course, those cute Bermuda pants.

INSIDER TIP

Take the Sea Express ferry that sails from Hamilton for views of the harbor on your way to exciting spots like St. George and Great Sound.

DAY 5 - DOCKED

Hamilton, Bermuda

DEPARTS:
6:00 AM

Adventure in Hamilton

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda

Arrive in Hamilton and soak in the slow-paced Bermudan way of life. Stroll along the waterfront and take in views of the sailboats dotting the waters of Hamilton Harbor, and admire the unique, cake-colored buildings that line the streets. Or take the 20-minute drive south to world-famous Horseshoe Bay, where you can snorkel among the unmistakable bright-blue Bermudan waters.

Yacht boats on blue sea water in tropical lagoon in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda Beach Horseshoe Bay with people, in Hamilton, Bermuda
Bermuda's government center building with a clock tower in Hamilton, Bermuda
Things To Do

in Hamilton

A group of flamingos at an aquarium in Hamilton, Bermuda

The Real Waterworld

Learn about the distinct ecology of the famous Bermuda reef and the species that inhabit those waters at the Bermuda Aquarium. Then turn into an oceanographer at the Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, where interactive exhibits let you study ghostly shipwrecks and the mysterious Bermuda triangle.

Front view of the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, also known as the Bermuda Cathedral, an Anglical cathedral on Church Street in Hamilton, Bermuda

Blast From the Past

Head to the historical sites of Bermuda's capital, starting with the Bermuda Historical Society Museum, where you can find Bermuda's very first currency, Hogge money, along with 19th-century cedar furniture and paintings of famous Bermudians, including settler George Somers. Check out the neo-gothic Holy Trinity Cathedral, with its English architecture surrounded by tropical nature.

Fully white exterior of the city hall building in Hamilton, Bermuda

Creation Nation

Witness the inventive nature of Bermudians at City Hall, which houses the National Gallery and the Society of Arts. The gallery displays paintings, installations and masks, while the society sells paintings, photographs and sculptures. Also inside City Hall is The Earl Cameron Theater, the stage for local performances like dance recitals and pantomimes.

Bowl of red Bermuda fish chowder, considered the national dish, in a restaurant in Hamilton, Bermuda

Local Cuisine

Bermuda's most flavorful and popular dishes include Pawpaw casserole — papayas cooked in a savory preparation with onions, carrots, herbs and often cheese or yogurt — the spice- and tomato-forward Bermuda fish chowder and the ever-popular black rum cake. Cruise to Bermuda and head to Art Mel's Spicy Dicy, Hog Penny, or Devil's Isle to taste the island flavors that have made Hamilton's cuisine famous.

Swimming shorts trunks with floral patterns from a shop in Hamilton, Bermuda

Shopping

Shopping time in Hamilton starts at Front Street. Walk by its colorful buildings and venture inside the many elegant shops, like Ateliere, carrying jewelry, clothing, wine and more. Continue your vacation by venturing into alleyways such as Bermuda House Lane and Chancery Lane for quirky little shops selling collectibles, arts and crafts — and of course, those cute Bermuda pants.

INSIDER TIP

Take the Sea Express ferry that sails from Hamilton for views of the harbor on your way to exciting spots like St. George and Great Sound.

DAY 6 - TENDERED

St. George Island, Bermuda

ARRIVES:
7:30 AM

Hisotry in Bermuda

Step back in time in St. George's, a colonial town with white-washed buildings and quirky lanes rooted in hundreds of years of history. Then head to the coast and explore St. Catherine Fort and Museum, take a swim in Tobacco Bay, or hike your way to Ferry Point Park's panoramic views of land and sea.

Sunny day view on the town of St. George's, Bermuda
Ruins of the Unfinished Church in St. George's, Bermuda
Beautiful view of Achilles Bay with boats in St. George's, Bermuda

Step back in time in St. George's, a colonial town with white-washed buildings and quirky lanes rooted in hundreds of years of history. Then head to the coast and explore St. Catherine Fort and Museum, take a swim in Tobacco Bay, or hike your way to Ferry Point Park's panoramic views of land and sea.

Sunny day view on the town of St. George's, Bermuda
Ruins of the Unfinished Church in St. George's, Bermuda
Beautiful view of Achilles Bay with boats in St. George's, Bermuda
Things To Do

in St. George Island

The State House in St. George's, former home of Bermuda's parliament, in St. George's, Bermuda

Waves of History

St. George's brims with well-kept colonial architecture. Head to Bridge House, now housing the Bermuda National Trust, for a glimpse into the lives of Bermuda's 19th-century governors. Stop by the State House, constructed in 1620 as the house of parliament. Don't miss King's Square, home of the Town Hall and Butterfield Bank, built in 1776 during the American Revolution.

Dark clouds over Tobacco Bay Beach in St. George's, Bermuda

Beach Break

After strolling through cobblestone lanes, it's easy to forget that St. George is also a beach paradise. Head north for quintessential Bermuda shoreline and soak in the sun. Try Tobacco Bay for serene waters and powdery sand or St. Catherine's beach for bright blue shades with beautiful Fort St. Catherine in the background.

Fort Saint Catherine with artillery in St. George's, Bermuda

Adventure Up-Coast

Get out of town and explore the coast, making stops at Fort St. Catherine in the north for a glimpse into Bermuda's military past. Cruise to St. George Island and check out Ferry Point Park, or head to the ruins of Martello Tower in the southwest for walking trails in a forested area clad with a pretty lake.

Fried fish sandwich with tartar sauce and french fries, on a restaurant in St. George's, Bermuda

Local Cuisine

For jumbo fish sandwiches, stop by Art Mel's, famous for a light and crispy fish that's especially shredded for their sandwiches. If you're more in the mood for fine dining, go with Tempest Bistro, considered by many as the best restaurant in St. George's. Try their grilled shrimp and scallops in white wine, their savory puff pastries or their duck prosciutto during your St. George Island cruise vacation.

A pile of glass beads of different colors for sale in St. George's, Bermuda

Shopping

St. George's has some of the best shopping in Bermuda, all hiding behind handsome colonial buildings. Stop by The Bermuda Perfumery to discover an unforgettable scent. Or head to the Bermuda Glass Blowing Studio to watch as artists mold glass into necklaces and figurines. You can also check out the Bermuda Craft Market for a symphony of local arts and crafts to take home after your cruise.

INSIDER TIP

Take a ferry boat and explore other amazing Bermuda destinations, like Hamilton.

DAY 7 - TENDERED

St. George Island, Bermuda

DEPARTS:
2:00 PM

Hisotry in Bermuda

Step back in time in St. George's, a colonial town with white-washed buildings and quirky lanes rooted in hundreds of years of history. Then head to the coast and explore St. Catherine Fort and Museum, take a swim in Tobacco Bay, or hike your way to Ferry Point Park's panoramic views of land and sea.

Sunny day view on the town of St. George's, Bermuda
Ruins of the Unfinished Church in St. George's, Bermuda
Beautiful view of Achilles Bay with boats in St. George's, Bermuda

Step back in time in St. George's, a colonial town with white-washed buildings and quirky lanes rooted in hundreds of years of history. Then head to the coast and explore St. Catherine Fort and Museum, take a swim in Tobacco Bay, or hike your way to Ferry Point Park's panoramic views of land and sea.

Sunny day view on the town of St. George's, Bermuda
Ruins of the Unfinished Church in St. George's, Bermuda
Beautiful view of Achilles Bay with boats in St. George's, Bermuda
Things To Do

in St. George Island

The State House in St. George's, former home of Bermuda's parliament, in St. George's, Bermuda

Waves of History

St. George's brims with well-kept colonial architecture. Head to Bridge House, now housing the Bermuda National Trust, for a glimpse into the lives of Bermuda's 19th-century governors. Stop by the State House, constructed in 1620 as the house of parliament. Don't miss King's Square, home of the Town Hall and Butterfield Bank, built in 1776 during the American Revolution.

Dark clouds over Tobacco Bay Beach in St. George's, Bermuda

Beach Break

After strolling through cobblestone lanes, it's easy to forget that St. George is also a beach paradise. Head north for quintessential Bermuda shoreline and soak in the sun. Try Tobacco Bay for serene waters and powdery sand or St. Catherine's beach for bright blue shades with beautiful Fort St. Catherine in the background.

Fort Saint Catherine with artillery in St. George's, Bermuda

Adventure Up-Coast

Get out of town and explore the coast, making stops at Fort St. Catherine in the north for a glimpse into Bermuda's military past. Cruise to St. George Island and check out Ferry Point Park, or head to the ruins of Martello Tower in the southwest for walking trails in a forested area clad with a pretty lake.

Fried fish sandwich with tartar sauce and french fries, on a restaurant in St. George's, Bermuda

Local Cuisine

For jumbo fish sandwiches, stop by Art Mel's, famous for a light and crispy fish that's especially shredded for their sandwiches. If you're more in the mood for fine dining, go with Tempest Bistro, considered by many as the best restaurant in St. George's. Try their grilled shrimp and scallops in white wine, their savory puff pastries or their duck prosciutto during your St. George Island cruise vacation.

A pile of glass beads of different colors for sale in St. George's, Bermuda

Shopping

St. George's has some of the best shopping in Bermuda, all hiding behind handsome colonial buildings. Stop by The Bermuda Perfumery to discover an unforgettable scent. Or head to the Bermuda Glass Blowing Studio to watch as artists mold glass into necklaces and figurines. You can also check out the Bermuda Craft Market for a symphony of local arts and crafts to take home after your cruise.

INSIDER TIP

Take a ferry boat and explore other amazing Bermuda destinations, like Hamilton.

DAY 8 - AT SEA

CRUISING

FOR FOODIES

12 oz Grilled NY-Strip Steak served at the fine dining steakhouse, Chops Grille. One of the best cruise line restaurants.
Welcoming dining room with special dishes & spectacular wines. Fine dining at the best vacation cruise restaurant Chefs Table

12 oz Grilled NY-Strip Steak served at the fine dining steakhouse, Chops Grille. One of the best cruise line restaurants.
Welcoming dining room with special dishes & spectacular wines. Fine dining at the best vacation cruise restaurant Chefs Table

THINGS TO DO

Grilled Veal Chop entree at the specialty, Chops Grille restaurant. Cruise vacation fine dining steaks served table side.
Chops Grille

A CUT ABOVE THE REST

For more than a decade, the chefs of Chops Grille have proudly presented quality, hand-cut prime steaks at this hallmark Royal Caribbean restaurant.

Lobster & Alaska king crab main entree, served at the Elegant Chefs Table restaurant. One of the best cruise line fine dining
Chef's Table

AS VIP AS CAN BE

Located in an intimate, exclusive spot onboard, this private epicurean experience for a limited number of guests, treats you to a five-course, menu and wine tasting.

DAY 9 - Arrival Day

New York, New York (Cape Liberty, NJ)

ARRIVES:
8:00 AM

ADVENTURE STATE OF MIND

Take a scenic ferry boat ride from Battery Park to Liberty Island for an up-close visit to the iron-clad Statue of Liberty. Climb to the crown for a rewarding harbor panorama. Then cruise to nearby Ellis Island to browse a moving collection of documents, photographs and film footage in its Immigration Museum.

View of One World Trade Center from streets
Wide view of New York skyline
Ground angle of Brooklyn Bridge
Inside court of Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Statue of Liberty in New York

Take a scenic ferry boat ride from Battery Park to Liberty Island for an up-close visit to the iron-clad Statue of Liberty. Climb to the crown for a rewarding harbor panorama. Then cruise to nearby Ellis Island to browse a moving collection of documents, photographs and film footage in its Immigration Museum.

View of One World Trade Center from streets
Wide view of New York skyline
Ground angle of Brooklyn Bridge
Inside court of Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York
Statue of Liberty in New York
Things To Do

in New York

Sunset at Times Square in Manhattan New York

CITY PASS

Sightseeing in Manhattan excites and amazes like nowhere else— and every neighborhood presents a fascinating, unique personality. Tour Rockefeller Center and catch a show at Radio City Music Hall. Walk the High Line and soak in the urban buzz of Times Square. New York cruises allow you to experience it all— by tour bus, subway, or on foot.

Empire State Building observatory deck in New York

GO SKY HIGH

Stand among skyscrapers at one of New York’s scenic observation decks. Admire Central Park from the open-air Top of the Rock. Enjoy twinkling evening views from the top of the Empire State Building. Or venture 104 floors up to the One World Observatory in the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere.

View of Montauk Point Lighthouse from beach in Long Island

OFF THE GRID

Cruises from New York allow you to explore the Staten Island Zoo or cheer on the Yankees in The Bronx. International culture and cuisine await you in Queens, while wineries and beaches speckle Long Island. Or stop in Hoboken, a pedestrian-friendly town where you can stroll along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway across from Manhattan’s glimmering skyline.

Street food vendor at night in Cape Liberty, New Jersey

LOCAL CUISINE

With some 20,000 sit-down restaurants, this is a foodie’s paradise. Many iconic dishes have been rubber-stamped by New York— pizza, bagels, hot dogs and cheesecake included. Savor steamy dumplings in Chinatown. Slurp down Blue Point oysters in Chelsea Market. Or munch on the legendary cronut. Then sip a Manhattan cocktail to cap off the night in NYC.

Leather shoes in store in Cape Liberty, New Jersey

SHOPPING

This global shopping capital covers it all: from big department stores like Barney’s along glitzy Madison Avenue, to souvenir shops selling “I Love NY” T-shirts. Hit up the Historic Orchard Street Shopping District for leather goods, or SoHo for cutting-edge fashions. Greenwich Village is best for books, records and craft shops, and it is a must-see when you cruise out of New York.

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