Cruisin' for New Year's Eve! Why You Should Do It.

Wed, Dec 26, 2012

Fireworks

No plans for New Year's Eve? Fret not. Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises has an all-inclusive special New Year's Eve cruise that will combine all of the elements you're looking forward to when you think of bringing in the new year.

Best Views

Let's face it, nothing beats New Year's Eve in New York City. The skyline is phenomonal and for New Year's Eve, we're going to make it even brighter with a special fireworks show. While you'll be able to view the show from many places in NYC, there's nothing like seeing it on the water. Viewing the fireworks show from our boat is like having the show brought right to you, no traffic or jam-packed crowds.

If fireworks aren't your thing, just sit back and take in the NYC skyline, which is always a memorable experience. The Empire State Building will undoubtedly be decked out in a special color to celebrate 2013.

Climate Control!

Okay, this may not seem like reason enough right now but the temperature really plays a significant role in party plans. Watching the ball drop can be fun, but it'll leave you out in the elements. We don't know what the weather will bring just yet, but joining the party on the boat will leave you with the option of staying indoors. Trust us, you'll be happy you have the option.

All Inclusive, One Place

Snacks, drinks, shows and a party. Partying like this can cost you in New York City. Not with us. For an all-inclusive price of $149 guests are treated to:

  • A full Open Bar
  • Hors d' oeuvres
  • A non-Stop DJ
  • Party favors
  • A champagne toast at midnight

Boarding for the Circle Line New Year's Eve Cruise begins at 9 p.m., so be sure to get there on time. The cruise sails from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Guests must be at least 18 to party and must be 21 to drink.

Let's bring in the new year with a bang!

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Tags: Holidays In New York