Beast Speedboat Ride

Beast Speedboat Ride

Hold onto your hats because for 30 fun-filled minutes! The Beast leaves all others in its wake as the Captain takes this custom-built 70-foot offshore racing powerboat up to 45 mph on a ride down to the Statue of Liberty. (Children must be 40”/100cm.) from http://www.circleline42.com/new-york-cruises/cruise-details.aspx?id=5   Sightseeing cruises, Beast Rides and special adventures are all offered ..

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Empire State Building

Empire State Building

Part of the majestic Manhattan skyline for 80 years, the 102-story Empire State Building stands over 1,200 feet and is the second tallest building in Manhattan. Visitors may enjoy spectacular views from both the 86th floor and 102nd floor observatories. Be sure to include the exhibit on the 80th floor that celebrates the engineering and construction feats of ..

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Liberty Helicopter Sightseeing Tours

Liberty Helicopter Sightseeing Tours

If you’d like to get a bird’s eye view of the city and its environs, then Liberty Helicopter, Sightseeing Tours are a perfect way to do just that. With a fleet of 10 topflight helicopters and an impeccable safety record, the tour service provides customers with various options. Take the New York, New York Tourto ..

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Manhattan by Sail

Manhattan by Sail

The folks at Manhattan by Sail know that there is nothing else in the world like sailing. Manhattan by Sail offers its customers a unique experience when they board one of their schooners. Take the Shearwater, an 80-foot, 48-passenger that is New York’s only designated floating landmark, and you’ll feel as if you’re transported back ..

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NY Skyride

NY Skyride

NY Skyride takes visitors on an exciting virtual fly over of New York City. Lasting 30 minutes, participants are able to see and experience the real New York. Narrated by Kevin Bacon, participants are on a specially designed platform that moves in synchronization with an 18-foot high-definition screen. You’ll visit almost three-dozen landmarks, all in climate-controlled comfort. Over ..

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One World Observatory

One World Observatory

One World Observatory sits atop what is the tallest building in the Western Hemisphere, One World Trade Center. The skyscraper rises 1,776-feet above Manhattan. One World Observatory, which includes a 360-degree walkway and three-story observatory, is perched at 1,250-feet.   The views are magnificent and overpowering, as visitors can see landmarks, waterways, and the majestic ..

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Spirit of New York Cruises

Spirit of New York Cruises

  THE MOST ENTERTAINING WAY TO SEE AND EXPERIENCE NEW YORK. The Spirit of New York on New York Harbor delivers the most entertaining and unique combination of dining, dancing, entertainment and spectacular views. Cruising year-round from Chelsea Piers, the Spirit of New York offers Lunch, Brunch, Dinner, Cocktail, Moonlight Cruises and much more! LET ..

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Staten Island Ferry

Staten Island Ferry

The Staten Island Ferry provides free transportation between Staten Island and Manhattan. During the workweek, the ferry transports 60,000 passengers per day and 20 million per year. The free five-mile trip on the Staten Island Ferry last 25 minutes, but it affords passengers some spectacular views of Manhattan as well as the Statue of Liberty and Ellis ..

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Times Square

Times Square

When you think of the New York City, you think of Times Square—the crossroads of the world. They say if you stand in Times Square for one hour you’re bound to see someone you know, no matter where you’re from. Whether or not that’s true, it’s a good indication of just how busy this major intersection is. If ..

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Top of the Rock

Top of the Rock

The Top of the Rock offers visitors a spectacular 360-degree view of the city. The indoor decks on the 67th and 69th floors and outdoor observation deck on the 70th floor provide unobstructed views of the entire region, from the amazing city skyline to the lush green carpet of Central Park. Group rates are available for those who ..

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