Spirit Cruises

Chelsea Piers, 23rd St. and the Hudson River
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Inside Scoop: Spirit Cruises

Spirit Cruises is New York City's most vibrant and entertaining dining vessel. Its bountiful buffets, stunning skyline and Statue of Liberty views, and non-stop DJ music provide a one-of-a-kind New York experience. Cruising the Hudson River year-round, Spirit has a variety of lunch, dinner, moonlight and holiday cruises, plus dozens of themed cruises, to choose from. Our ships depart from Chelsea Piers in New York and Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken, NJ.

Be among the first to cruise the newly renovated Spirit of New York and an all-new menu by Chopped champion Chef Eric LeVine. The renovations include vibrant lighting and decor, fresh carpeting and chairs, a newly constructed outdoor bar and rejuvenated interior bars, interactive dance floors and DJ booths with customizable lighting, and more.

Light up your night aboard Spirit Cruises and Bateaux New York with front row seats to the city’s fireworks extravaganza. As part of “NYC’s Chinese New Year” festival, we invite you to witness the world-class display right on the Hudson River! Dine, dance and delight in our creative cuisine, live entertainment and explosive skyline views of the Statue of Liberty, One World Trade Center, Brooklyn Bridge & more!

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Spirit Cruises Video Upcoming Rides

Valentine's Weekend Cruises

Easter Weekend Cruises

Mother's Day Cruises

Father's Day Cruises

Hot Latin Moonlight Cruises

Saturday Gospel Cruises

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Spirit Cruises in the News

1.      Brides: included Spirit of New Jersey in a roundup of date ideas to celebrate your engagement in New Jersey.

2.      Broadway World: national placement highlighting New Year’s Eve cruises.

3.      Epoch Times: national placement highlighting New Year’s Eve cruises.

4.      Sherman’s Travel: national placement highlighting New Year’s Eve cruises.

Check out the Spirit Cruises blog here, and Spirit Cruises on Instagram here.

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