Re-establishing a long, proud history, Cape Liberty marks the return of passenger ships sailing from New Jersey. In our fifth year, Cape Liberty has been responsible for the safe passage of over 320,000 passengers - the second largest passenger volume among Northeast and Mid-Atlantic coast ports.

Cape Liberty has unparalleled views of the Statue of Liberty, New York Harbor and the Manhattan skyline. We offer ample parking, a convenient location and easy access to start and end your trip.

In 2008, for the first time, we will be offering year-round cruises to the Eastern and Southern Caribbean. From April through October, we offer 5- and 9-Night cruises to Bermuda and the Caribbean, and, from July through October, cruises to Canada and New England. Our homeport vessels include Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas and Celebrity Cruises' Constellation.
Your Brooklyn Travel Agent for cruises:
L J CRUISE VACATION
Attn: Lucy Jones
327 Empire Blvd. #111, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Phone: 866-245-2900 or 718-363-2829 Fax: 718--756-2569
E-mail: lucyscruises@aol.com
866-245-2900

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L J CRUISE VACATION
Attn: Lucy Jones
315 Empire Blvd #250427, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Phone: 954-990-8129  Fax: 954--990-8129
E-mail: lucyscruises@aol.com
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg shared the spotlight with the world’s most famous ocean liner, Queen Mary 2, when he and other dignitaries gathered for the official opening of the new Brooklyn Cruise Terminal on April 15. The brand-new facility is Queen Mary 2’s new home port in New York City and, as such, the legendary ship docked there, for the first time ever, during the terminal’s official opening ceremony and press conference. Mayor Bloomberg was joined by Andrew Alper, president of the New York City Economic Development Corporation; Marty Markowitz, Brooklyn Borough president; Richard Larrabee, port commerce director, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, and Carol Marlow, president and managing director of Cunard Line.
Queen Mary 2 began her 2006 transatlantic season with her departure for Southampton later that day. Crossing the Atlantic from April-November, QM2 is the only ship making regularly scheduled transatlantic crossings between New York and England.


“Cunard’s move to the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is an exciting new chapter in the history of Cunard Line and we’re looking forward to sharing this celebratory day with the Brooklyn community. This location offers unparalleled views of lower Manhattan and the Statue of Liberty creating a truly memorable start and end to a legendary Cunard voyage,” said Carol Marlow, president and managing director of Cunard Line.
In its first year of operation, the 182,000-square-foot Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is expected to welcome approximately 40 ships, including the new Crown Princess launching in June 2006. The Terminal adds 330 new, permanent jobs to the Brooklyn waterfront.
Queen Mary 2 is the grandest ocean liner ever built. There are 1,310 suites and cabins available in degrees of style and comfort ranging from pampered elegance to almost unimaginable luxury in the ship’s famed Grill-level accommodations. Queen Mary 2 brings together like-minded travelers who relish the Cunard hallmarks of impeccable White Star Service, fine dining, sophisticated adventure and legacy of historic voyages and transatlantic travel.

New York Cruise Terminal, located on the west side of Manhattan, has been refurbished to accomodate the large vessels sailed by our modern cruiselines.

RED HOOK DOCK, BROOKLYN 
Opened April 2006

MANHATTAN CRUISE TERMINAL
West 55th Street

CAPE LIBERTY
Bayonne, NJ

Red Hook Passenger Ship Terminal
Opened April 15, 2006
NY-NJ PORTS
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In New York, crowds of well-wishers converged on Brooklyn’s working waterfront as well as other waterfront areas to view the Queen Mary 2. 
Two cruise lines sail out of Brooklyn, New York. From the splendor of Cunard Line to the value of Princess Cruises, there is a variety of prices and styles available. Brooklyn cruise line destinations include England, the Caribbean, Canada, New England and a world cruise.
Here's an interactive map from Google that shows Red Hook and the approaches
To Book Reservations Or For Additional Information Please Feel Free To Contact 

L J CRUISE VACATION
Attn: Lucy Jones
315 Empire Blvd #250427, Brooklyn, NY 11225
Phone: 954-990-8129  Fax: 954-990-8129
E-mail: lucyscruises@aol.com
To Book Reservations Or For Additional Information Please Feel Free To Contact 
Lucy Jones
Phone: 954-990-8129 E-mail: lucyscruises@aol.com
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The Manhattan Cruise Terminal is a modern international cruise terminal. It consists of three, 70,000 sq. ft. finger piers with five, 1037 ft. long berths capable of docking five cruise vessels simultaneously, including the new mega-class cruise ships. It has parking for 1,000 vehicles and handles over 215 vessel calls with more than 850,000 passengers per year.  Currently docking at MCT are Carnival Cruise Line, Cunard Line, Crystal Cruises, Holland America Line, Norwegian Cruise Line, Princess Cruises, Line, Seabourn Cruise Line, Silversea Cruises, NYK Cruise Co. Ltd, Hapag Lloyd and Clipper Cruise Line.
 Cape Liberty
Bayonne, NJ
Cape Liberty Cruise Port, in Bayonne New Jersey, opened in May 2004 and has been the departure point for many exciting cruises.
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Cape Liberty Cruise Port
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Royal Caribbean's Explorer of the Seas 
Celebrity Cruises' Constellation
 Manhattan Cruise Terminal 
West 55th Street