Noble Caledonia's Hebridean Sky Docks in Bayonne NJ and Manhattan.
|Nobel Caledonia's Hebridean Sky Made a Recent call in New York to Load/Unload Passengers on Coastal / New England / Canada Cruise.|
Noble Caledonia's exclusive Hebridean Sky made calls in both Cape Liberty, Bayonne New Jersey and Manhattan.The 4,200 ton, Hebridean Sky called at the port after making a coastal cruise visiting Portsmouth, Baltimore and Philadelphia.
Upon Arriving in the port of New York, the Hebridean Sky gave passengers an exclusive view of the Big Apple sailing up the Hudson River to Yonkers, New York, sailing back down the river passing the George Washington Bridge, Empire State Building, and lower Manhattan. She then headed up the East River giving passengers view of the skyline and the many bridges crossing the river. The ship then proceeded along the Brooklyn shoreline through the Buttermilk Channel and back out to the Veranzarro Bridge. Turning around, the ship them headed back up the Hudson past the Statue of Liberty, Ellis Island, lower Manhattan reaching just about Pier 40 and then turning around again and docking in Cape Liberty Bayonne.
In Cape Liberty the Hebridean Sky unloaded her 114 guests on May 18th and reloaded her next set of passengers for the following 13-Day New England and Canada Cruise which will end in Halifax. The exclusive Hebridean Sky is yacht-like measuring 267 feet long and 63 feet wide with a crew of 75. She was built in 1991 and was last refurbished in 2016.
On Sunday 5/20/2018, the Hebridean Sky departed Cape Liberty, Bayonne at 6:00 AM to make room for the arriving Celebrity Summit of Celebrity Cruises. The Hebridean Sky, with her newly embarked passengers, sailed up the Hudson River and waited underneath the George Washington Bridge until around 8:30 AM and headed back down the river and docked at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal allowing passengers to spend the day in New York. At 7:00 PM, the Hebridean Sky departed Manhattan, sailed down the Hudson River, around the tip of Manhattan, up the East River and under the Throgs Neck Bridge and into the Long Island Sound on her way to New London, Ct.
The Hebridean Sky was originally built as Renaissance Cruises' Renaissance Seven but also held the names: Regina Renaissance; Renai 1; Sun; Sun Island; Corinthian II, Sea Explorer; Sea Explorer I and finally Hebridean Sky.
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