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Attraction Info New York City's unique location offers visitors the chance to see the city in an unusual way: from the water. Visitors to the city can do this by setting sail on the 1929 Shearwater. The Shearwater is an 82 foot double masted yacht built during the 1920s and it sails around the tip of Manhattan and past the Statue of Liberty in a leisurely cruise. It sets sail from the North Cove Marina and the trips last for up to two hours. Imagine snapping pictures of the New York City coastline while sipping drinks from the comfortable deck of the ship.
The Shearwater sails from May to December on a daily basis and it can be hired for private charter. It is made of Georgia Pine with polished brass portholes and trims in chrome. The decks are made of teak and there are elegant staterooms and a salon below deck that features a fireplace. The entire ship offers visitors a relaxed ambiance that is perfect for individuals looking for a romantic voyage to business meetings in a unique and enjoyable atmosphere.