In August will start a new ferry routes, Ferry from NYC Lower East side and the Bronx
Author: Anna Kazakova
NYCFerry New York
The good news for new Yorkers living in the Bronx and the Lower East side in August 2018, the company is launching a new NYC Ferry ferries connecting these areas with other parts of the city.
The company NYC Ferry began transporting passengers to new York by water ferries in may 2017. For a year and their services have already benefited from a record number of passengers — more than 5 million people.
Today, the company announces the launch in August 2018 two additional routes:
Starts in the Bronx (Clason Point Park, Bronx, NY 10473) and passes through East 90th Street on the Upper East side, East 34th Street, ending at the terminal No. 11 on Wall Street. The total duration of the trip will be 45 minutes, which is half an hour less than if you travel from the Bronx to wall street by subway.
The new route of the Lower East Side will start from long island city to the East side of 34th Street, with stops at Stuyvesant Cove and Corlears Hook. Point of arrival — berth No. 11 at Wall Street. The journey takes only 34 minutes.
Ferry tickets are sold on Board, or you can buy them using a special app the Ferry app. Print tickets purchased through the app does not need, as running a system scan with your phone screen. On all sides will work free WiFi (coming soon), a control system for temperature and are always available drinks and snacks.
The cost of travel remains low — only $2,75 per person in one direction, that is, the ferry ticket will cost the same as subway fare.
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