Staten Island Ferry
Operated by DOT, the Staten Island Ferry provides free, around-the-clock service between the South Ferry Terminal in Manhattan and St. George Terminal in Staten Island. Learn more about the Staten Island Ferry
This list includes selected sightseeing and tour boat operators.
- NYC Ferry Operated by Hornblower provides New Yorkers a dependable way to commute and connect in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and the Bronx along the East River. Our state-of-the-art vessels offer comfortable conveniences including charging stations, Wi-Fi and concessions – and we’re the same price as a subway ride!
- The Trust for Governors Island runs free ferries from Manhattan and Brooklyn to the Island during the summer. The Manhattan ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building in Lower Manhattan. Brooklyn service runs from Pier 6 in Brooklyn Bridge Park.
- Liberty Landing Ferry operates between Liberty State Park and Warren Street in Jersey City to the World Financial Center.
- New York Waterway runs a number of routes between New Jersey and Manhattan.
- NY Water Taxi operates between Pier 11 and the Ikea-Redhook, as well as charter, baseball, seasonal and hop-on-hop-off services.
- Seastreak operates service between the Rockaways and Manhattan, between Monmouth County and New York City, as well as baseball ferries and other seasonal service.
- Statue Cruises operates ferry service to the Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Immigration Museum.
- Circle Line Downtown operates many sightseeing harbor cruises and specialty events.
- Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises operates seasonal tours around Manhattan and up the Hudson River, with departures from West 42nd Street, South Street Seaport, and Harborside Financial Center, Jersey City.
Information on this page are subject to change without notice. Always check with ferry operators before making your trip.