Brooklyn New York port

Travelers across the globe rate New York their favorite US city for good reason. There is more to see, more to do, and more to experience than anywhere else in the world.

 Cruise Terminals in Brooklyn - New York

New York City’s world-class cruise ship ports in both Manhattan and Brooklyn are home to some of the most prestigious cruise lines in the world, with itineraries to Bermuda, Canada, New England, Europe and the Caribbean.

New York’s newest luxury cruise ship terminal is the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal. Located in Red Hook, opposite Governors Island, the 180,000 squared foot Brooklyn Cruise Terminal features extensive rebuilding with a 500-car park, bus stops and taxi drop off areas.

The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is about an hour away “in traffic” from Newark Liberty International Airport, about an hour from La Guardia Airport in Queens, and about one and a half hours from John F Kennedy International Airport.

 Cruise Lines using New York - Brooklyn Cruise Terminal as an Embarkation / Disembarking Port:

Cruise lines using New York city’s Brooklyn Cruise Terminal to start and end their cruises include , Celebrity Cruises, Costa Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Line, Holland America Line, Hurtigruten, MSC Cruises, NCL, Princess Cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Silversea Cruises

Must See Attractions in Brooklyn - New York

For those with time before their cruise, Brooklyn has some popular attractions.

Coney Island Beach: About 20 minutes by car from the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal, Coney Island (now a peninsula) is the world famous and historically important New York City neighborhood amusement area with more than 35 separate rides and attractions and a long beach.

Brooklyn Botanic Garden: A mere 15 minutes from the cruise terminal, this 52-acre living museum, urban horticultural and botanical resource, features world-class plant collections and speciality gardens.

The New York Transit Museum: Located in a historic 1936 IND subway station in Brooklyn Heights the New York Transit museum, just steps away from the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal showcases the history of the New York City Subway and bus systems.


 Cruise Ports

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• Quebec City – Quebec
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• Vancouver – BC
• Victoria – BC

• Barcelona - Spain
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• Nice - Villefranche - France
• Piraeus / Athens – Greece
• Rome (Civitavecchia) - Italy
• Venice – Italy

• Dubai - United Arab Emirates
• Istanbul - Turkey

• Tunis - Tunisia

• Auckland, New Zealand

• Dunedin, New Zealand

• Wellington, New Zealand

• Anchorage - Alaska
• Baltimore - Maryland
• Boston - Massachusetts
• Cape Canaveral - Florida
• Cape Liberty - New Jersey
• Fort Lauderdale - Florida
• Galveston - Texas
• Honolulu - Oahu - Hawaii
• Los Angeles - California
• Miami - Florida
• New Orleans - Louisiana
• New York - Brooklyn
• New York - Manhattan
• Norfolk - Virginia
• San Diego - California
• San Francisco - California
• Seattle - Washington
• Seward - Alaska
• Tampa - Florida
• Whittier - Alaska

These are just a few of the more than 70 ports and cruise terminals to be featured here on the port pages which are being updated daily with more port destinations

 in New York

New York’s climate is considered to be that of a coastal / continental nature with cold winters and hot and humid summers.

The average winter temperature for New York is between 1 and 6˚C but can stay at below freezing for many weeks in colder years. In summer, the temperatures can rise to more than 34˚C.

There is a monthly average of 90 mm rain and 8 days of rain each month.

 in New York

The currency in the USA is the United States dollar (USD) which equals 100 cents. A “dime” is the unofficial name for the 10c coin, and a “quarter” is 25c.

 of New York

The USA does not have an official language as such, but the majority of Americans speak English as a native language.

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