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Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht

at Classic Harbor Line - Chelsea

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Chelsea, Manhattan
12th Ave Pier 62, Chelsea Piers
Btwn W 22nd & W 23rd Streets
New York, New York 10011
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Class Level: All levels
Age Requirements: 21 and older
Average Class Size: 45

Flexible Reschedule Policy: This provider has flexible, free rescheduling for any-in person workshop. Please see the cancellation policy for more details

What you'll learn in this tour class:

Experience a beautiful New York City sunset and the illuminated cityscape during a comfortable and unique NYC Harbor sunset cruise through the Hudson and East Rivers.

Sit back and enjoy the gorgeous 360-degree view of the island from the open decks or the glassed-in back-deck observatory of these Gatsby-esque 1920s style yachts.

Step aboard the Manhattan or Manhattan II and witness the city's beauty and elegance under the setting sun!

Please note: advance purchase is strongly encouraged.

Highlights along the way include:

  • Battery Park, South Street Seaport and the Financial District
  • Governor's Island, The Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island
  • Parts of Brooklyn and Queens and the New York City skyline
  • Have views of the Manhattan and Brooklyn Bridges

One complimentary beer, wine, Champagne or soft drink is offered. Additional beverages are available for purchase.

What Is Not Included?

  • Food is not included. Due to Covid-19, we ask that If you bring food that it is only a simple light snack. (Please be advised that as of December 14th 2020 according to NYS law, all food and beverage consumption must occur outdoors.)
  • *Gratuity is not included unless you purchased the ‘Groups of 10 or more’ ticket type where a 10% gratuity is automatically applied. If you do end up obtaining 10 or more individual tickets by separate purchases, you will be contacted to make an advance payment of a 10% Group Gratuity.

While the cruise is mainly a social cruise, it will have a light commentary on the highlights along the way

Guests will be required to answer a health and safety questionnaire during the booking process. See screen shot below for this info. All guests must answer the questionnaire in order to board our boats.

  • All tickets can be rescheduled or converted to credit up until 24 hours in advance for ANY reason. 
  • Capacity is reduced to at least 50% on all of our excursions. 
  • Assigned ‘zones’ or ‘tables’ are assigned for social distancing practices on each of our excursions. 
  • Each guest over the age of 2 must wear a facial mask. 
  • Each crew member will don a facial mask. 
  • Hand sanitizer is available throughout your experience with us. 
  • Contactless transactions are enabled for ticket purchase, check-in, bar purchases and tipping. *bar and food will not be offered on trips at this time. We're hoping to add these options back in during phase 3 of the reopening plan. 
  • High-touch points of the yachts are sanitized between every sail we operate. 
  • Guests and CHL crew will be turned away if they have apparent symptoms. Additionally, CHL Crew will have temperature checks prior to working daily. 
  • A health questionnaire regarding COVID-19 exposure, symptoms, or test positives will be given to all prior to boarding.

Classic Harbor Line will be closely adhering to the guidelines set forth by the Passenger Vessel Association, who cites the CDC guidelines and gives specific guidance to our industry on how to safely operate under Covid-19 conditions.

Additionally, we will be following the NY State Reopening guidelines as they pertain to our industry. Please also note that the guidelines we adopt may be changed over time by governing authorities and we will therefore adjust accordingly. For any major changes, our previously booked guests will be notified.

FAQs

Do I have to wear a mask the entire time? Presently masks are required at all times. This is subject to change as new phases rollout in New York City.

What is the air ventilation like? All seating on the schooners is in open air on the outer decks. All seating areas in the main salons of the Manhattans, Full Moon & Kingston will have windows open as much as possible.

How much space is between me and the next person? This will vary based on attendees. Do note that facial masks are required by each guest, capacity is reduced by 50%, and private ‘zones’ or private ‘tables’ will be designated.

Can I choose my assigned ‘Zone’ or ‘Table’? Our ticketing system will space bookings as they come in based on size. You can make requests (i.e. port, starboard, forward, etc.), and we will do our best to accommodate you, but cannot guarantee it will be available. All Tickets on the Manhattans will be assigned to ‘tables’ in the main salons. All tickets on the schooners will be assigned to ‘zones’ on the open deck. All tickets on Full Moon or Kingston will be assigned to sitting areas, prioritizing covered seating areas first.

Can we move around the boat? If on the Manhattans, can we go to the outer forward deck? Yes. Please just be courteous of others, creating the best case social distancing practices.

How many guests will be on the boat? All excursions will be at a 50% capacity or less. Adirondack, which is certified for 49, will have no more than 24 guests. Manhattan II will have 32 to 56 Guests as her max capacity depending on the group sizes who book. If you opt for a ‘Public Buy Out’ it will just be you and your group.

How often is the boat sanitized? The boat is sanitized between every sail, including all high-touch points (handrails, doorknobs, chairs, table tops) and bathrooms.

Can I eat on the boat? In the early stages of reopening NYC, on board food consumption will likely be prohibited. If you pre-purchased any food with us, it will be refunded. Please plan to eat prior to or after your excursion. No outside alcohol is permitted. We encourage you to bring your own water.


School Notes: For your security, at check-in, you are required to present a valid photo identification that must be identical to the contact name listed on your booking.

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Refund Policy
There are no refunds provided. Refunds will only be provided if we have to cancel the cruise/class.

We are always happy to honor reschedule requests if they are made 72 hour in advance of departure time.

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Question from Mike
Do you have anything in March?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Mike, we don't have the dates for March 2020 yet, but you can save the class to your wish list so you'll receive a notification email when we update the class dates here. Thanks!
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Question from Alegra H.
my boyfriend doesn't drink champagne. Are any other beverages served?
Answer from Darwin V. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi there, Classic Harbor Line offer a range of alcoholic beverages (including beer, wine, and mixed drinks), as well as soft drinks. you will receive one complimentary beverage with your ticket purchase, but it does not have to be champagne!
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Question from Anonymous
Do you have in September?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hey there! Thanks for your question! Yes, we will be adding September dates soon! You may check back from time to time on this page or you may also save this class to your wish list and we'll send you an email once new dates are up on the website! Hope this helps!
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Question from Jessica W.
If I book Sunday does that automatically include the jazz event?
Answer from Brenda L. CourseHorse StaffCourseHorse Staff
Hi Jessica! In order to book for the Evening Jazz Cruise, you'll have to book it here: https://coursehorse.com/nyc/classes/life-skills/tour/evening-jazz-cruise-aboard-manhattan Hope this helps!
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Reviews of Classes at Classic Harbor Line (289)

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Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht
Reviewed by Anonymous on 3/1/2020
My husband and I felt slightly misled by the title of this cruise, and the promotional material we received. Given that the name of your company is “Coursehorse”, and the emails we received were from your “Education” Coordinator, we thought we would learn something on this sunset cruise—something about champagne perhaps, or something about the sights we were cruising past. We are both born-and-bred New Yorkers, so we pretty much knew about all the buildings and landmarks we sailed past, but there was absolutely no commentary from the crew as we sailed, and the “Champagne” part, was nothing more than an offer of a free drink (which could have been champagne, or many other options.). Basically, we were on a sunset cruise that offered champagne. We happened to sail on a beautiful night, with a beautiful sunset, but that was a gift from Mother Nature, not your company. Overall, it was a disappointing experience. A. Layden
Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht
Reviewed by Katherine M. on 5/27/2019
We loved the friendly staff. The boat was gorgeous and clean. We loved that it wasn’t too crowded and we were able to have a romantic corner spot to ourselves. Thanks for a magical evening!
Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht
Reviewed by Kathy T. on 5/8/2019
The staff was very friendly!
Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht
Reviewed by Anonymous on 4/19/2019
Kids were on the cruise. Loud and rambunctious. No thanks.
Champagne Sunset Cruise on Classic 1920s-Style Yacht
Reviewed by Linda M. on 7/30/2018
The evening was absolutely perfect!The pilot, waiter and other people onboard we met made for a great time. I took some beautiful photographs and had a once-in-lifetime experience! I hope to return one day!
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