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Ferry Services

Ferry service is a mass transit alternative to the PATH system for crossing the Hudson River. For instance, during the blackout of 2003, ferries proved a critical link between Manhattan and Hudson County. Ferry services operate weekdays during commuting hours and connect the Jersey City and Hoboken waterfront to points in Manhattan.

Ferries arrive in New York at 38th Street, Battery Park, and Wall Street. In addition, a ferry from Liberty State Park provides access to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey does not provide ferry Service but does operate some piers and provides an service map.

New York Waterway

New York Waterway is the largest service provider with terminals up and down the Hudson River.

Water Taxi

NY Water Taxi provides ferry service from Liberty Marina to lower Manhattan.

Statue Cruises

Ferry service to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island are provided exclusively by Statue Cruises


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