The Staten Island Ferry
The historic Staten Island Ferry shuttles passengers between Lower Manhattan and Staten Island's St. George terminal. The 25-minute journey across New York Harbor is free. Ferries run every 15 or 20 minutes during the morning and afternoon rush hours.
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New York Waterway
With the largest ferry and excursion fleet in New York Harbor, NY Waterway is the primary commuter ferry service between two dozen New Jersey locations and Lower Manhattan's Pier 11 (Wall Street) and the World Financial Center.
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NY Water Taxi
High-speed, low-wake catamarans holding up to 75 passengers each travel along the East and Hudson Rivers. Stops include East 90th Street, Hunters Point (Queens), Paulus Hook (Jersey City), the Fulton Ferry Landing (Brooklyn), South Street Seaport (Pier 11), World Financial Center (North Cove), Battery Park (Slip 6), and midtown Manhattan (34th Street).
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Luxury catamarans provide ferry service to Pier 11 (Wall Street) and East 34th Street from New Jersey's Highlands, Atlantic Highlands, and South Amboy. There are 31 departures daily from Monday to Friday, with more limited service on weekends.
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