Getting to the Ship:
Parking & Driving Information (New York)
MANHATTEN CRUISE TERMINAL
Arrive in New York before 12:00PM on Thurday June 5, 2014
Depart New York after 1:00PM Monday June 9, 2014
How Do I Get to the Port of Manhatten?
16 miles from the Laguardia Airport; travel time is approximately 25 minutes.
20 miles from the JFK Airport; travel time is approximately 35 minutes.
|John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), La Guardia Airport (LGA), and Newark International Airport (ERW) are the closest airports from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal. Taxis are readily available from each airport. For information about alternative ways of getting to and from these airports please contact them directly or visit their web sites.
|Driving Directions to the port||
For specific direction please visit http://www.nycruise.com/manhattan-terminal/directions/
All cars enter the Terminal from the north at the intersection of 55th Street and 12th Avenue (State Route 9A).
Yellow Taxicab rate of fares is based on distance and time. For a more detailed breakdown, visit the City’s Taxi & Limousine Commission (TLC) Rate of Fare. Livery Taxicab (Town Cars or other Car Service) rate of fares should be negotiated in advance.
Estimated Yellow Taxicab fare rates, where tolls and tips are not included, are provided below for your convenience:
Please contact Super Shuttle for shuttle information http://supershuttle.shuttlefare.com
Parking is conveniently located above each of the piers. Drive up the Viaduct Ramp at 55th Street to the receiving area adjacent to the cruise vessel’s berth. Passengers parking a car must enter the terminal and park prior to bringing in bags to the second level for check-in. Passengers driving are unable to drop off bags and then park without exiting the terminal. Parking is $35 per day.