'The Manhattan Elite' Joins Hudson River Cruise Fleet

Sunday, November 03, 2013
'The Manhattan Elite': Image courtesy of Entertainment Cruises

Entertainment Cruises, who say they are the largest harbor cruise company in the United States,  introduce the luxury cruise yacht 'The Manhattan Elite' to its fleet in time for seasonal excursions in New York Harbor.

The brand new private charter yacht offers space to host distinguished events on the Hudson River – complete with endless options for food and beverages, entertainment, flexible boarding and breathtaking views of the New York City skyline.

The Manhattan Elite features two-levels of event space. Featuring a VIP and bridal suite, an indoor/outdoor lounge area and a large bar on the upper half of the ship.

With a capacity of 75 guests for cocktail events and 68 for seated celebrations, the ship offers a number of options for intimate gatherings. Other convenient and notable on board amenities include a large flat screen television, a fireplace, patio seating and two accessible restrooms.


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