Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise

From: $100   


Pier 61, Chelsea Piers - New York, NY


Select Sundays
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*Rates do not apply for holidays, Valentine's Day weekend (Feb 13 and 14) and specialty cruises

Celebrate the start to a new week with fine dining, stylish entertainment, and a bubbly toast! Enjoy a fun, relaxing afternoon aboard the Bateaux for a Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise in New York.
  • Sip a complimentary boarding glass of bubbly as you amble along the impressive deck areas of this luxury yacht.
  • Marvel at famous Manhattan attractions through the ship's all-glass walls, featuring panoramic views of iconic landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower, and Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Savor a grand buffet unlike any other brunch in NYC, full of mouthwatering favorites!
  • Delight in musical entertainment by a talented pianist and even share a spin with someone special on the dance floor.

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Fresh flowers, fine china, hardwood floors, and tables elegantly draped with smooth linen are just a few of the luxurious touches you will find when you enjoy a Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise from New York!

Board the gorgeous Bateaux at Chelsea Piers, greeted by a chilled glass of champagne. The magnificent New York skyline spreads before you in all directions as the ship makes its way along the waterfront. Sightseeing in New York doesn't get more classy or unique than this as your scenic cruise glides past renowned Manhattan attractions and landmarks like the Statue of Liberty, Freedom Tower and the Brooklyn Bridge.

Featuring a stylish, savory buffet spread, the Bateaux is the creme de la creme of NYC brunch. The buffet spread rotates seasonally and offers a variety of breakfast and lunch favorites to satisfy every appetite on board. Buffet selections typically include (and are subject to change):

  • Assorted muffins, croissants, bagels
  • Smoked salmon, bacon and sausage
  • Eggs and casserole
  • Potatoes
  • Fresh seasonal fruit
  • Strip loin, salmon and chicken
  • Salads
  • Baked ziti
  • Dessert station and more!

And the Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise treats don't stop there! Let the soothing sounds of baby grand piano music serenade you over a cocktail or bottle of bubbly from the cash bar. Go cheek-to-cheek with a sweetheart on the dance floor. Or enjoy the perks of an upgrade package the ideal way to accent any special occasion or daytime date!

See for yourself why a Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise is one of the most luxurious things to do in NYC this weekend.

Upgrade Option: Premier Package - Includes a private table suited for your party size, welcome aboard glass of champagne, and keepsake champagne flutes. Guests also enjoy a platinum open-bar package with unlimited beer, wine, premium brand liquors, soda, and juice during this scenic cruise from NY.

Key Info >

Essential Information:

  • Coffee, tea and iced tea are included
  • Additional beverages may be purchased on board: juice, soda, mixed drinks, fine liqueurs, specialty waters, champagne and wine
  • A complimentary glass of champagne will be served upon boarding to passengers at least 21 years of age
  • Must be 21 years or older, with a valid ID to purchase alcohol
  • Rates are inclusive of taxes and fees

The cruise lasts approximately 2 hours. Boarding begins 30 minutes before cruise departure.

Maximum Participants:
The cruise ship can accommodate up to 300 people.

Only those on board will be able to enjoy this experience.

Weather Dependent:
This experience will not be affected by weather conditions.

What to Wear:
Slacks and a collared shirt are recommended for men. Dresses, dress pants or capris are recommended for women.

Booking Information:
For this experience, it is recommended to request bookings 5 days in advance.

Cancellation Policy:
Prior to scheduling/booking a date for this experience, Cloud 9 Living's standard return and exchange policy shall apply. Once you have scheduled a date and received a booking confirmation, no refunds will be given but rescheduling your lunch cruise is allowed up to 72 hours prior to your boarding time. Rescheduling is subject to a $25 per person transfer fee. Failure to appear on your booked date, cancel, or reschedule at least 72 hours prior to your booked date will result in the loss of the value of your experience.

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View FAQ's >

  1. What type of food is served?
    This cruise features a buffet-style brunch menu. Various brunch items may include (subject to change): seasonal fruit, pastries, smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, breakfast meats, frittata, breakfast potatoes, Belgian waffle, Caesar salad, pasta salad, roasted potato salad, roasted cedar plank oregano salmon, maple and mustard glazed chicken, hand carved strip loin, signature dessert station.
  2. What is the dress code?
    It is recommended to dress business casual.
  3. Why is typical cruising time?
    This cruise is typically 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Departure times are subject to change. Boarding time is approximately 30 minutes prior to departure.
  4. Are there any age requirements?
    Children are welcome on the cruise and children under 3 years old cruise free. Please indicate at the time of booking if you will be bringing additional guests under 3 to ensure adequate seating is available.
  5. Is the ship wheelchair accessible?
    Yes, wheelchairs can be accommodated for boarding. The ship also provides handicapped accessible restrooms on the second deck. Please notify us of any special-assistance members in your party prior to the cruise so we can provide the appropriate assistance upon arrival.
  6. Are gratuities included in the price package?
    Gratuities are not included in the package price and are suggested for all on-board purchases and outstanding service.
  7. What do drinks cost?
    Mixed drinks start at $9, beer starts at $8, and wine begins at $7.50 per glass. Soft drinks are $2.50 each. These prices do not include tax and gratuity. Coffee and tea are included in your ticket price. Please note drink prices are subject to change.
  8. What is the cruising ship like?
    The all glass ceiling and wall, 300-passenger Bateaux New York is Manhattan's most luxurious dinner cruise ship. It is spaciously designed with climate-controlled interior decks and two outdoor strolling decks.
  9. What is the smoking policy?
    All interior areas of the ship are non-smoking areas. Passengers who smoke may do so on the outdoor observation decks.
  10. Do you sail in inclement weather?
    Absolutely. The ship is fully enclosed and climate-controlled for your comfort. Year-round cruises are available.

Customer Reviews:

  • Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise

  • April 04, 2017

  • 5

  • New York

"I thought this experience was fantastic, and it could be a great thing to do for anyone celebrating special occasions!"

  • Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise

  • September 22, 2016

  • 5

  • New York

"Brunch cruise was great, friendly courteous crew, food was good, and the views were breathtaking."

  • Gourmet Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise

  • April 05, 2016

  • 5

  • New York

"The information contained in the onboard commentary was not great, given the rich cultural and social history of the exciting city of New York. There was a great opportunity to share the rich stories of the city, its people, architecture, personalities, etc., but this was missed. If the onboard narrator is not able to do this, then a good map with some of these details included would be great. On the subject of the booking form, it instructs customers to print out the booking form and take it to the ticket office. We confirmed our tour while we were en route from our home in Australia and are staying in an Airbnb and did't have access to a printer. When I spoke to Jeremy in the Chicago office about this he explained that the electronic copy alone would be fine, which was good news from our perspective. It makes sense therefore to clarify this in your instructions so as all travelers know the digital booking is enough, and that the printed copy is not essential."