Come aboard the Bateaux New York Premier Dinner Cruise for a luxurious three-hour experience—a great excuse to dress up with family or friends. Admire the best views of New York’s skyline through the European-inspired glass-enclosed deck while cruising the East and Hudson Rivers, dine on an elegant three-course plated meal, and enjoy the live band.
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Bateaux New York Premier Dinner Cruise departs from Pier 61, Chelsea Piers at West 23rd and 12th Ave, New York, NY.
City Cruises does not operate any parking lots. However, there is local parking at Pier 61 (Chelsea Piers West 23rd and 12th Ave).
Yes, the Bateaux New York Premier Dinner Cruise requires semi-formal attire, such as dress pants, dress shirts, skirts or dresses, and dress shoes. Everyone is encouraged to dress up for a glamorous evening! Casual jeans, t-shirts, and sandals are not permitted onboard.
Due to the length of this cruise, children under age six (6) are not allowed.
Yes, there are highchairs available. No booster seat is offered.
Yes, outside cakes are allowed onboard, but they must be covered and held at your table, as there is only limited storage space on the ship. Open flames like a lit candle are prohibited on the vessels, including birthday candles. Flameless or LED birthday candles are allowed onboard.
Bateaux New York Premier Dinner Cruise sails rain or shine. In the case of severe weather conditions or upon the advice of the U.S. Coast Guard, the vessel will remain dockside and still provide the full dining service.
Unfortunately, no. Only service animals are allowed onboard.
Smoking is allowed on the outside decks, but please note that cannabis products are prohibited as the vessel operates under US Coast Guard regulations. Please dispose of all trash in proper receptacles and refrain from throwing anything into the water.
Bateaux New York vessels operated by City Cruises are subject to inspections by the U.S. Coast Guard and have licensed crew members onboard. They also follow Maritime Security (MARSEC) guidelines.
Please bring a valid photo ID. The U.S. Coast Guard requires all passengers over 18 years old to have valid photo identification.
The captain and crew will direct you to your deck and the hostess will seat you. Seats are assigned based on the needs and capacity for each cruise.