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Guys! It's free, and it's BYOB! Just bring something you can seal up or finish quickly — might not get through a while bottle of vino between Whitehall Terminal and the Isle of Staten ...
Best boat vantage point in South Brooklyn with lots of excellent food and drink options around you (including Steve's Key Lime Pie!). Good sunset statue-of-liberty vistas if you're into that.
OK, not ON a boat, but some of its walkways are boat-inspired, as an homage to the (v. polluted) Newtown Creek's past glory as an industrial waterway. We once saw it used as a kayak landing. #BADidea
"It gets crazy packed and clubby on the weekends, but go there late on a weeknight and you basically have the run of the ship." -DT
Depends on the show, of course, but what better way to see a band you love than floating in a circle around the great isle of Manhattan?
This place is neat! If you're up for the trek to Red Hook, Thurs. evenings and Sat. afternoons, cruise this little floating museum for free. It's been docked on Pier 44 since the mid-'90s.
Hop on after SmörgasBurg and cruise down to DUMBO for a Bklyn brunch marathon. Not too shabby a ride for $4. $12 for an all-day pass if you're really into it.
FREE on WEEKENDS, SCORE. Also, never mind IKEA, it drops you off at this really crazy little park called Erie Basin with neat chairs and cool sculptures. And you're just steps from Sunny's Bar!