Emile's Airport Service provides the best transportation to and from the New York Cruise Terminals. Our large 12-15 passenger van is available to and from JFK, LaGuardia and Newark airports as well as the entire New York Metro Area and Nassau county. Emile's Airport Service provides cruise terminal transportation to/from the following 3 major cruise ports in New York.
Emile's Airport Service is known by our customers as the most professional, most reliable, and most comfortable group transportation provider for NYC and NJ cruise terminals, whether you are looking for a shuttle / van, or car service. Professional group travel planners or individuals may call on Emile's Aiport Service for cruise transport, airport service, meetings, excursions, or special events of any size. We offer groups of all sizes hassle free, comfortable, door to door ground transportation at affordable rates.
Brooklyn Cruise Terminal
Located in Red Hook Brooklyn, opposite Governors Island, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal's official address is Red Hook Terminal Pier #12. The Queen Mary 2 sails from this terminal and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is regarded as New York's most modern luxury cruise ship terminal. Currently Brooklyn cruise line destinations include England, the Caribbean, Canada, New England and a world cruise. Several cruise lines sail from this terminal. Carnival Corporation, which owns the fleets of the Cunard and Princess Lines, will move the berths of four of its most luxurious ships from the frayed and crowded West Side Passenger Ship Terminal to a huge pier being redeveloped in Atlantic Basin, in Red Hook, opposite Governors Island.
Manhattan Cruise Terminal
The Manhattan Cruise Terminal remains the primary home port for trans-Atlantic crossings from Europe. Located on Piers 84 to 94 on Manhattan's West Side (12th Ave & W 55th St), the Manhattan Cruise Terminal is the fourth busiest cruise terminal in the United States. The piers are 1,100 feet long and 400 feet apart. They were first completed in 1935 to replace the Chelsea Piers as the city's luxury liner terminal. The new terminal was built to handle bigger ships that had outgrown the Chelsea Piers. The piers were renovated in 1970 and are currently undergoing another $150 million renovation. The renovated plans call for it to handle three large ships at a time.
Cape Liberty Cruise Port - Bayonne NJ
Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises offer cruises from Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne NJ. These cruises go to the Caribbean, Bermuda and Canada. If you're flying into the New York area, Cape Liberty cruises are a good option because the port is only a few minutes from Newark International Airport. The Cape Liberty cruise port is located in the northeastern part of New Jersey adjacent to the New York Bay (south of the Hudson River). It is 7 miles from Manhattan and 3 miles from Newark. The port is easily accessible from the New Jersey Turnpike (I95). Easy access to drop off and pick up guests.