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New York Harbor Sunset Tour

NEW YORK HARBOR SUNSET JET SKI

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EXPERIENCE AN EVENING ON THE WATER

Visit some of New York City’s most iconic places from the back of a jet ski! This one-hour evening tour gives guests the chance to pilot their own jet skis around landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, and the Brooklyn Bridge. View the city’s remarkable sunset from New York Harbor and ask your New York Jet Ski tour guide to take some pictures. Whether you’re a New York native or a first-time Big Apple visitor, this is an experience you won’t want to miss!

TOUR HIGHLIGHTS

Ellis Island

For decades, Ellis Island in New York Harbor served as the ‘gateway’ to America for millions of immigrants. Now home to the Ellis Island Immigration Museum, guests can learn more about the experiences of the many people who passed through the island’s infamous checkpoints. A jet ski ride provides an outstanding panoramic view of Ellis Island’s meticulously restored buildings, including its iconic red brick museum.

Hudson Yards

Located on the west side of Manhattan, Hudson Yards is an impressive mix of renovated residential buildings, high-rise offices, and restaurants built directly above the West Side Yard rail depot. While jet skiing, you can glimpse the Vessel, an intricate 16-story art installation, and the Edge, the highest outdoor sky deck in the western hemisphere.

The Statue of Liberty

Easily the most famous statue in the United States (and, potentially, the world), the Statue of Liberty is an icon visited by millions of tourists every year. Opting for a jet ski rather than the more popular ferry ride gives you close-up views and exclusive photo opportunities of Lady Liberty. Her silhouette against New York City’s skyline is a sight not to be missed.

The Verrazzano Bridge

As the longest suspension bridge in the United States, the Verrazzano Bridge spans New York Harbor to connect Staten Island with Brooklyn. When construction on the structure finished in 1964, Verrazzano Bridge became the unofficial gateway to the Atlantic Ocean. Ride past the massive cargo ships that sail in and out of the area to get a sense of just how important the Verrazzano Bridge is in maritime trade to this day.

FEATURED LANDMARKS

Freedom Tower
The Statue of Liberty
Ellis Island
Empire State Building
Hudson Yards
Brooklyn Waterfront
Battery Park
Views of The Brooklyn Bridge
Jersey City Waterfront
Bayonne Flats
Governors Island
Views of The Verrazano Bridge

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New York Harbor Sunset Tour

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