Harbor Tour

Starting at 20 minutes for $27.50

See the famous New York City skyline in an incredible new way!

Sight-seeing on a RIB Boat is a spectacular experience. You are in an open boat, close to the water, feeling the wind blow and seeing the sky line of a fantastic city. You see so much more in a short time, and your adrenalin will be rushing through your system. Safe and exciting.

Our harbor tour begins at Surf City in Jersey City or LaMarina in Manhattan. Speed down the Hudson River and stop to circle the base of the historic Statue of Liberty. Nobody will bring you closer to the island, and we are the only ones that go around the Statue, so you will see her from every angle.

Then we cross the Hudson with a fantastic view of the south side of Manhattan. We will pass by Governor’s Island and enter the East River so you can see the Brooklyn Bridges. On our way back, we will hug the shore, and you will have a great view of Battery Park and the World Trade Center buildings.

With speeds reaching 50 miles/hour, there will be plenty of time to slow down for some photos!

Whether you are visiting or a native New Yorker, the tour is an unforgettable way to see the city like never before.

We operate seven days a week, based both on the trips published on this web site and pre-booked custom charters. Tours depart at selected times on the hour. Please be sure to arrive 15 minutes early to check in and receive safety instructions. If you arrive too late, we reserve the right to cancel your participation or put you on a later trip. This ensures a timely departure.

We are on the water for a minimum of 20 intense minutes. Add about ten minutes for the safety briefing.

Manhattan Skyline by Flickr user Frederik Rubensson. User under Creative Commons license 2.0

Governor’s Island by Flickr user NekaPearl. Used under Creative Commons license 2.0

RIB New York routes, from Pier 25 (orange) and Surf City (purple).

Statue of Liberty by Flickr user Steve Parker. Used under Creative Commons license 2.0

Brooklyn Bridge, by Flickr user Jauher Ali Nasir. Used under Creative Commons license 2.0