Busy Week In Port of New York - 2018 Cruise Season in Full Swing.

Cunard's Queen Mary 2 Returned to New York For The 2018 Season
Cunard's Queen Mary 2 Returned to New York For The 2018 Season

In the past 7 days, the Port of New York has come alive with many ships making one time calls as well as others returning for the season.

In the past 7 days we have had the following ships visit the port.

May 18-20th -The Hebridean Sky of Noble Caledonia visited both Cape Liberty Bayonne and  the Manhattan Cruise Terminal using the Bayonne facility as the turn around port. The exclusive ship, debarked and embarked 114 British guest before departing the port on a New England Canada Cruise.
May 18th - Royal Caribbean's Adventure of the Seas departed Cape Liberty on a day day cruise to Florida and the Bahamas. Including a stay at Royal Caribbean's private island CoCo Cay (Bahamas).
May 17th - Cunard's Queen Mary 2 arrived in the port (Brooklyn Cruise Terminal) just in time to kick off her 2018 transatlantic season sailing to  Southampton England. LeHarve France and Hamburg, Germany (where the cruise ends).

May 17th - Royal Caribbean's Anthem of the Seas sailed from Cape Liberty on a 9-day Caribbean Cruise.

While on May 19th Norwegian Cruise Line's Norwegian Gem sailed on a Florida and Bahamas cruise inclduing a stop at NCL's Private Island, Great Stirrup Cay

May 20th - the 163,500 ton, Norwegian Escape sailed from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal on a 7 Day Cruise to Bermuda.

May 20th - Celebrity Cruises' Celebrity Summit sailed from Cape Liberty Bayonne on a 7-day cruise to Bermuda.

The 2018 season is in full swing. To see all the ship departures for 2018 - check out our 2018 New York / New Jersey cruise schedule.

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