Parking at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

Parking at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is located at 72 Bowne Street, New York, NY 11231 and is a breeze for only $23 for the first day and $20 for each additional day.

You can either pay with cash, Visa, Master card or American Express upon return from your cruise. For short term Brooklyn cruise parking (guests and visitors), parking is $7/hour, $8/up to two hours, $13/up to 6 hours, and $18/up to 10 hours.

  • Handicap
  • Oversized Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Indoor Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Security
  • Reservation
  • Shuttle

Contact

212-312-4286

Address

72 Bowne Street
New York, NY 11231

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Prices per day

  • $20 Indoor Parking

Payment Types

  • Visa
  • Master Card
  • American Express

Brooklyn Cruise Terminal Overview

First opened in 2006, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal was voted the "Cruise Terminal of the Year" by Princess Cruises and "Best new Homeport" by Porthole Magazine. Homeport to the ships for Carnival, Crystal, Cunard, Holland, Norwegian and Princess Cruise Lines.

Cruise Lines

There are a number of home port cruise lines you could choose from in the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal such as:

Carnival Cruise Line, Norwegian Cruise Lines, Crystal Cruises, Cunard Cruise Line, Holland America and Princess Cruises. Brooklyn serves as a port of call for Aida Cruises, Costa Cruises, Fred. Olsen Cruises, Hapag-Lloyd Cruises, MSC Italian Cruises, Hurtigruten, Norwegian Costal Voyage, P & O cruises, Regent Seven Seas Cruises, Phoenix Reisen Cruises, Residencesea, Saga Cruises and Silversea cruises.

Do you need to book a cruise to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal? Have no fear, CruiseVoyant.com is here!

Transportation

Getting around the terminal has never been easier. You can contact Arecibo, a popular Brooklyn car service, at 718-783-6465.

Or you can choose to take a taxi cab which is usually about a $10 ride from the pier to the downtown area of Brooklyn.

A bus ride is another great option to get to the subway which can bring you into Manhattan and throughout Brooklyn.

Hotels

There is an ample amount of hotels in New York City near the Brooklyn cruise terminal. The New York Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge is in downtown Brooklyn, in a bustling part of town near the Brooklyn Bridge, Brooklyn Promenade Park and nine major subway lines. It's a good option for families, has a pool and is located on 333 Adams St.

An economical choice close to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is the Brooklyn Motor Inn which is located in Red Hook near the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel. It has free parking and is on 140 Hamilton Ave.

Something new, aplty named the Nu Hotel, is in residential Boerum Hill among the Brooklyn brownstones. Amble along the streets to great restaurants and through the shops on Smith Street and Court Street. It is on 85 Smith Street.

Dining

The Brooklyn Cruise Terminal area is also filled with scrumptious restaurants travelers or even locals must not miss out on. A few local favorites include Junior's, Grimaldi's and River Café. Junior's is one of the best restaurants for cruisers looking to try their world's famous cheesecake.

Grimaldi's is the place to be for pizza lovers, the restaurant still uses a coal oven in cooking their old-school pizza.

River Café on the other hand is the place for those who prefer elegant dining and spectacular views of the New York skyline.

Attractions & Entertainment

Make sure to visit the Brooklyn Bridge to get a bird's eye view of New York City’s renowned skyline. You can also visit Fort Greene Park, originally the site of forts built for the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812,  just along 85 South Oxford Street if you are up for a historical tour. Brooklyn Children's Museum founded in 1899 is conveniently located at 145 Brooklyn Avenue.

Shopping

One unique choice for a bit of shopping is the popular Brooklyn Flea market that is sometimes held outdoors, which offers vintage and handmade fashions, house decorations and a collection of noted food vendors. Each weekend there are different foods to sample, from popsicles, cupcakes and lobster rolls one weekend to empanadas and fish tacos the next. The location of the market changes each season so it's smart to check out brooklynflea.com before going over.

There is also an eclectic mix of shops and galleries in the Columbia and Van Brunt neighborhoods near Brooklyn cruise parking.

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