NYC Harbor Sail with Craft Beer Tasting - New York

Tasting
Craft Beer
Activity
Sailing
Included
Tour guide
Languages
English
Theme
Outdoor, City
Minimum Drinking Age
21
$
89
/ Person
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Activity Overview
Have you ever wanted to take in the New York City skyline from the water - now is your chance! We have teamed up with Manhattan by Sail for our Craft Beer Tasting aboard the Clipper City, a replica clipper ship.

Sail around the New York Harbor enjoying breathtaking views of Lower Manhattan and of the Statue of Liberty while our beer experts lead you through a tasting of 5 craft beers. Our experts will give you the inside info on the craft beer you're enjoying as well as low down on how best to taste beer like a pro.
 
Practical information
Schedule: Every Saturday & Sunday at noon from May to mid October
 
Included
  • 5 Craft beer tastings
  • Snacks
  • Guide
  • Harbor sail
Rates
Per
Price
Person
$
89
Children
Per
Price
Pricing Info
Child
$
65
Children under 12 years old
Timing
Dates
Start Time
Weekly on Sunday, Saturday, until Oct 7, 201812:00 PM
Duration
2 H
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Cancellation Policy
Strict
  • Cancellations made 7 days before will be fully refunded.
  • Cancellations made at a later date will not be refunded.
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Bagel Tour Tidbits

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Bagel Tour Tidbits

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Bagel Tour Tidbits

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