Departing from Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken, NJ, set sail on a NJ Dinner Cruise aboard the Spirit of New Jersey. Dine on a freshly-prepared dinner buffet as you cruise along the East and Hudson Rivers. Enjoy stunning views of the New York City skyline, Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge and Empire State Building—all illuminated against the night sky.
The New Jersey dinner cruise departs from Lincoln Harbor Marina, 1500 Harbor Blvd, Weehawken, NJ 07086.
City Cruises does not own the parking lots or parking facilities. However, different nearby parking options are available for guests joining the cruise. Validated parking is available on level 2 of the Whole Foods Parking Garage at 1400 Waterfront Terrace (between 19th Street & River View Terrace), Weehawken, NJ 07086. Parking will be validated at the time of garage exit. Upon exit, insert parking ticket into machine at the gate and press call button to speak to the attendant, letting them know you are a City Cruises guest exiting. This complimentary parking option is only available during weekdays and is subject to change per ownership of parking lots. Paid parking is available at the Sheraton Hotel at 500 Harbor Blvd. Propark's paid parking lot is also available directly across the street from the Marina.
Yes, there's a dress code. The dinner cruise requires casual attire, such as khakis, nice jeans, dresses, button-up shirts, and blouses.
Yes, the cruise is family-friendly! Infants ages two (2) and below cruise for free.
Yes, there are highchairs available. No booster seat is offered.
Yes. Outside cakes are allowed on board as long as they're covered and held at your table. Please use flameless/LED birthday candles. Open flames like a lit candle are not allowed on board.
Yes, please bring a government-issued ID. The U.S. Coast Guard requires all passengers over 18 years old to have a photo ID. You can only buy alcoholic drinks if you're age 21+ with a valid ID.
The Spirit of New Jersey dining vessel features multi-level climate-controlled decks; it sails rain or shine. In the case of severe weather conditions or upon the advice of the U.S. Coast Guard, the vessel will remain dockside and still provide the full dining service.