New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook) Cruise Reviews

New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook) Cruise Port
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New York (Brooklyn, Red Hook) Overview
Both Cunard and Princess Cruises regularly turn ships around in Red Hook, Brooklyn, on the Buttermilk Channel, which separates Brooklyn from Governor's Island. Red Hook is a neighborhood in South ...
Bromsgroverover
05/16
Customs and immigration was easy- we were through in a few minutes. Had a bit of a challenge locating our ... Read more
cessnan121pp
01/16
Great Cruise Terminal...really tricky to get to. Read more
Loveboat1995
12/15
Very quick and easy embarkation! Read more
Charlieatl
11/15
The port was well staffed and folks were moved along expeditiously. Beware of the taxi & limo situation. ... Read more
TheWhiteWizard
09/15
No wheelchairs (as in ZERO), few porters. Huge, warehouse-type building. The few disinterested ... Read more
Porkchop64
05/15
This is where we where to board our ship. There was a lot to see around us, but we did not make the time to ... Read more
Tyke28
01/15
We were advised to book a trip through Cunard as the whole procedure of passport control takes an age. I do ... Read more
Tyke28
01/15
Quicker through passport control. Tour bus dropped us off at Macys who weren't open at 8 o'clock in the ... Read more
The Mitchells
12/14
Biggest problem is getting a Manhattan taxi driver prepared to drive you back over the Brooklyn Bridge! If ... Read more
angryofpurley
11/14
Like most ports for Cruise ships, it is poor quality and not very inviting, however, I think it is slightly ... Read more
John735
10/14
Baggage handling was poor - our bags were spread out across a wide area. Porter was efficient and helpful. ... Read more
P&E Harris
08/13
Painful getting ashore - even though we were in transit, and getting back onboard to continue the cruise. Read more
bert.demarco@gmail.com
06/13
Excellent scenery.Excellent departure for Queens Grill. Read more
Bilich
05/13
As stated before, we were guided through the check points and to the desk were we were provided with ID on ... Read more
Cometeer
01/13
Brooklyn is still suffering from the effects of Hurricane Sandy but is rapidly getting back to normal. ... Read more
Starlaker
09/12
We made the mistake of taking a ships tour (New York Highlights and transfer to JFK airport). Our tour guide ... Read more
Broadswordsman
08/12
Pretty good but confusion on queueing for Grills guests meant people jumping queues, others being frustrated. ... Read more
Holomoku
06/12
It would have been so much better to have docked in Manhattan and been able to make more use of the free ... Read more
nmguy
05/12
Parking is expensive ($35/nt), but very convenient. Read more
sotonduo
05/12
A little congested driving into the port, and we had to queue to get out of our town car from our hotel. This ... Read more
S Boukhari
03/12
Perfectly stress free embarkation protocol Read more
Chris Lacey Bevan
12/11
As we were going straight from the QM2 to our friends apartment in New York we did not sample any port ... Read more
cruiser578
11/11
I am afraid our review will probably be a lot different to everyone else's in that because we hadn't seen ... Read more
lenanbette
10/11
We stayed at the Hotel Edison in Times Square for two nights. The use of Grayline Hop On Hop Off added ... Read more
Woolgar-Neil
10/11
We arrived in New York as the last port of call where we had purchased from the Cruise company an extension ... Read more
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