Circle Line is proud to operate the most modern sightseeing and entertainment fleet in the New York Harbor.
We'd be nowhere - literally - without our awesome fleet and crew.
Circle Line is proud to have the most modern fleet in the industry. We currently operate seven ships in the New York Harbor
Our ships have been built not only to navigate our world-famous sightseeing tours, but are ideal for all types of events, including entertainment cruises, happy hours, charters and more.
Bronx, Staten Island and Liberty
The newest ships to our fleet, the Bronx Class sets the standard for on-the-water sightseeing. Built between 2014 and 2018, these boats feature grand windows, three spacious decks, heating and air conditioning for comfort in all conditions, outdoor deck space and a stage for music events. Rest assured that you will be cruising on the Hudson's finest fleet.
Circle Line Bronx with Statue of Liberty in background
Bronx Class with Brooklyn Bridge in Background
Bronx Class with World Trade Center in Background
Circle Line Bronx class Empire State Building in Background
Manhattan, Brooklyn & Queens
Launched in 2008 by Circle Line Manhattan godmother Whoopi Goldberg these ships represent the modernization of traditional cruise vessels. Constructed in Somerset, MA, the Manhattan replaced the retired 76-year-old Calypso, also known as Circle Line XI. She was followed by the Circle Line Brooklyn and Circle Line Queens in 2009. These ships are the most luxurious boats that can circle the entire island of Manhattan and are the pride of our "Best of New York" cruises, our flagship experience.
Manhattan Class Circle Line Boat
Beautiful picture of the Manhattan sailing by downtown NYC
Three Manhattan Class Boats Sailing in Front of the Statue
Manhattan With Passengers
Guests Looking at Henry Hudson Bridge
Guests looking at Ward's Island Foot Bridge