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As we were sailing away from New York City, the views of the skyline and bridges on the East River were amazing. And sailing passed the Statue of Liberty is a very special experience.
Visited: Jun 07, 2010
Great port and found it easy to get to by subway and ferry
Visited: Oct 06, 2019
We were worried about traffic and flying into NY and traveling to the port. All seemed to go really smooth. Got an Uber to and from the port to the airport. Was smooth getting on and off the ship in this port as well. Great experience.
Too busy and too many people
Visited: Sep 29, 2019
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