CIRCLE LINE / Statue at Sunset Cruise

Circle Line announced the return of its downtown evening cruise, now known as Statue at Sunset, where guests will be on the East River for 60 minutes, sailing past NYC landmarks such as the Statute of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge during the golden hour.

Before you step on board, stop by Cobble Fish, a dockside restaurant, to get some grab-and-go drinks if you are 21+. But you can bring your kids on board as well.

You’ll all experience a smaller, more intimate vessel, with extra-large windows and an outdoor deck. That will give you plenty of opportunities to view the skyline. You’ll relax as you move along Lower Manhattan, under the bridge and through New York Harbor. Plus, there will be a photo stop at Lady Liberty.

Circle Line’s Statue at Sunset Cruise departs at 7:30 pm daily from April 5 through September 3 from Pier 16 in the South Street Seaport, 89 South Street, New York, NY. Tickets start at $29 for adults and $24 for kids.

There won’t be any narration during Statue at Sunset, so if you prefer a tour-guided sunset cruise, Circle Line Sightseeing offers their Harbor Lights cruise departing from the Midtown Pier 83 location. To book one of their other boat rides, view the options online.

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