NY Waterway

NY Waterway

Corporate Headquarters

4800 Avenue at Port Imperial

Weehawken, NJ 07086

 

Since 1986, NY Waterway ferries have carried more than 200 million passengers and provided safe, fast and convenient transportation. Across more than a dozen routes spanning the Hudson River, East River and New York Harbor, NY Waterway ferries link communities across New Jersey and to Downtown and Midtown Manhattan. With open-air decks and modern terminals, a NY Waterway commute offers stunning skyline views and comfort throughout the trip.

We operate the largest ferry and excursion fleet in New York Harbor, but we remain a family business with personal attention to service and amenities. You are treated like family from the moment you step into our terminals and onto one of our boats.

 

Fast Facts

-Has 7 ferry terminals in Hudson County that bring you throughout northern New Jersey and back and forth from Manhattan, two in Hoboken, two in Weehawken and three in Jersey City

 

-Tickets cost $9.00 for adults and $6.00 for children ages 6-11 (children under 5 are free)

 

-Guests can also buy a 10 trip pass, a 7 day pass, 30 day pass or a monthly commuter pass

 

-Ferries run approximately every thirty minutes during the day from roughly 6:00am until 8:00pm and almost every terminal is near a connection point for another part of NJ transit like the Light Rail or the PATH

 

-Please be aware, some ferries only run during high commuter times, don’t run during the weekends or don’t run as frequently so always be sure to check the schedule for a specific station

 

-Also offers free shuttle bus service in and around JFK Boulevard East, as well as around the most popular routes in Manhattan once you get there. Simply flag down the bus at any local bus stop and enjoy riding in comfort.

 

-Download the free NY Waterway App to get real time GPS updates as well as contactless ticketing and boarding

 

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