Passenger Cruise Ships

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There are three major passenger Ship Cruise Terminals in the Port of New York and New Jersey district.

The Manhattan Cruise Terminal, owned by the City of New York and operated by Ports America, provides five 1,000-foot-long berths suitable for servicing the world’s largest cruise vessels at a convenient location on the Hudson River only a few blocks west of Times Square in the heart of Manhattan. The terminal occupies the West Side of 12th Avenue between 46th and 54th streets.

The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is located in the borough's Red Hook section. The 182,000-square-foot, full-service cruise terminal represents a $52 million investment in the city’s booming cruise sector, now the third-largest cruise market in the U.S. The terminal also adds 330 new, permanent and part-time jobs to the Brooklyn waterfront.

The Cape Liberty Port situated in Bayonne New Jersey, is operated and managed by the City of Bayonne with the the Bayonne Local Redevelopment Authority.

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