Parking at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal
Non-travelers can easily drop off travelers at the port, but they cannot go beyond customs and immigration counters. Parking is $35 for up to 10 hours (drop offs/visitors) or $40/day for cruise parking up to 10 days. For cruises between 11 and 30 days, there is a flat rate of $400.
Remember that parking must be paid upfront. Cash, Visa and Mastercard are all accepted. Cruise parking opens at 9:00 am and check out is at 1:00 pm.
If parking is full, there is additional parking at 59th st.
There is a height restriction of 8'3". Please plan accordingly.
- Oversized Parking
- Outdoor Parking
New York, NY
Prices per day
- $40 Outdoor Parking
- Master Card
- American Express
Manhattan Cruise Terminal Overview
TravelAge West Magazine named Manhattan Cruise Terminal as the "Best US Homeport" because it is the longest serving cruise terminal in the United States. With a recent $200 million dollar upgrade, the Manhattan Cruise Terminal truly continues to reign as one of the most beautiful cruise terminals in the United States!
The Manhattan Cruise Terminal is comprised of North River Piers 80, 90, 92 and 94 on the Hudson River. Pier ninety four is now in use for exhibition space, while cruise ships dock at remaining piers. A terminal building sits on the top of each pier. Major facilities available at the terminal include a check-in area, customs, immigration, seating arrangement, VIP lounges, restrooms, restaurants and newsstands. The renovation at 88 and 90 have allowed them to accommodate the world's largest ships.
Popular cruise lines that sail from the Manhattan Cruise Terminal include the Norwegian Cruise Line, Holland America and Carnival Cruise Line. It is expected that around 1.5 million people will utilize the Port of Manhattan in the next five years, meaning more cruise lines will come and depart from the Port of Manhattan cruise terminal.
There are also several rental services available at the Manhattan Cruise Terminal as well as public transportation for traveling to or from the port.
The snack bar at the Manhattan cruise port offers a wide variety of food and drinks, but if someone is looking for exquisite restaurants there are several restaurants nearby. La Bergamote, Azuri Café, Pam Real Thai, Kashkawal, Chez Napoleon, Niza, Pigalle and Rosa Mexicano are all located less than a mile away from the port.
Attractions & Entertainment
Several clubs, bars, and casinos are located close to the Port of Manhattan, offering fabulous night life to those who decide to spend an extra day or two in the city. Other transportation options near the Manhattan Cruise Terminal include shuttle services and taxis. Once you're in Manhattan, you'll be able to ride the bus or subway.
The Manhattan Cruise Terminal has plenty of areas for shopping, if you're looking for the best places to shop. All bargain hunters should check out Chinatown for some unbelievable deals. You'll also find irresistible stores all throughout Times Square.