Information from Viator
This light dinner sail features most seaworthy cuisine: renowned NYC sushi from Iron Chef Morimoto and cool, refreshing assorted sake, served on the decks of New York's newest and most elegant schooner: America 2.0! Key Points about this activity: • 2 Hours • Enjoy two platings of the finest Sushi in Manhattan from Iron Chef, Morimoto, along with 4 expertly paired Sake flights! • Sushi menus vary week to week. • Aboard America 2.0 - a modern tribute to the first boat that won the America's Cup in 1851 • Sails past World One, Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty • Includes complimentary saki tasting • 105 Feet in length and about 3600 square feet of sail area • Very popular for couples (no reduced 'kids' tickets available)
The menu includes a sushi sampling of nine sushi pieces and one roll served in two platings and paired with 4 sake flights! Classic Harbor Line and Morimoto have taken special steps to ensure the sushi is served in the freshest means possible for this event: It is prepared just minutes before boarding, stored in special coolers and served within the first hour of your sail. (Specific menu in the FAQs.)Some illuminated views along the way will include: • The New York City skyline • Battery Park, a 20 -acre park at the southern tip of Manhattan, where artillery has been stationed over the centuries • Ellis Island, the immigrant doorway to America from 1892 to 1954 • The Statue of Liberty - The most famous icon of New York Harbor!Assorted cold sakes (including an organic Junmai Ginjo and a sparkling sake), champagne, wine, beer and soda will be provided. (One quick note: We will serve a few rounds, but it is not an unlimited booze-cruise. We aim to create an elegant, relaxing, peaceful, and safe experience for all of our guests.)
- Alcoholic Beverages
What's not included
- What Is Not Included?
- Gratuity is not included in the price of your sail. Parties of 12 or more will be contacted shortly after purchasing tickets to provide credit card information for an additional charge of 18% gratuity.