On July 6, 2013, Queen Mary 2 set sail from New York to Southampton, England, on her historic 200th Transatlantic Crossing. The ship was built in France and launched in.. read more
New York City’s cruise industry generated a total economic impact of nearly $200 million in 2012.
Congratulations to NYCruise for winning the prestigious “Port of the Year” Award at this year’s Seatrade Med Cruise Convention in Marseille, France!
The November 27th, Queen Mary 2 ship call at Brooklyn Cruise Terminal has been moved to the Manhattan Cruise Terminal.
NYCruise is proud to congratulate the beautiful and talented Radio City Rockettes on becoming godmothers of the New York City themed Norwegain Breakaway ship set to homeport in Manhattan starting in May 2013.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and Norwegian Cruise Line CEO Kevin Sheehan today announced that Norwegian Cruise Line’s new state-of-the-art 4,000 passenger ship, Norwegian Breakaway, will make New York City its year-round home port.
NYCEDC President Seth W. Pinsky and NYC & Company CEO George Fertitta welcomed the Cruise Canada New England Symposium to NYC for the first time in its 13 year history.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg announced that Disney Cruise Line will be calling New York City its newest homeport.