New Years Eve Cruise on the Lucille Yacht

Family Friendly All Ages New Years Eve Cruise in New York

Turn your New Year’s party into a family friendly one-of-a-kind experience and sail with style into 2017 aboard the Lucille Yacht. This world-class yacht will take you around Manhattan as you see the fireworks away from Times Square madness, with those who matter to you and an exclusive crowd.

lucille yacht new years eve party

There’s no better seat to see the fireworks but sailing in this sophisticated yacht. Dress to impress as you wait the countdown with fun and outgoing people. Ring in the New Year with some of the best views of the most impressive skyline in the planet aboard the Lucille Yacht.

Buffet Menu:

  • Roasted Chicken
  • Stuffed Shells
  • Roasted Red Bliss Potatoes
  • Mixed Vegetables
  • Sausages & Peppers
  • Garden Salad
  • Rolls & Butter
  • Celebration Cake
  • Coffee & Tea

Boat route, from East 23rd street travel down the East river and will pass Williamsburg, Manhattan, Brooklyn bridges south street sea port, statue of Liberty.

Disclaimer: The ship departs the dock at 10:00 PM sharp. Please allow plenty of travel time as Ball Drop is not responsible if you miss the boat. Fireworks display provided at the discretion of New York City (with weather permitting.)


Have a Question? Call (646) 205-7600

*** Pricing is Per Person unless stated in the Ticket Type ***

Price increase warning: New Year's Eve ticket prices often go up significantly (100% +) the closer you get to New Years Eve. Also note that many NYE Events will sell out well in advance of New Years Eve. About your Tickets:  (1) Show up early and help reduce the wait time, (2) Make sure to have your physical ticket on hand because you will need to show it to NYPD and security upon request, (3) You accept the risks and agree to adhere to the NYPD rules and regulations for the evening, (4) If you select shipping as your delivery method, tickets will not be sent out until December, (5) A LIVE VIEW of The Ball Drop is not guaranteed. Large crowds should be expected