62 Chelsea Piers
New York, NY 10011
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Chelsea Piers is located on the West Side of Manhattan in Chelsea, New York City. The series of piers is west of the West Side Highway and east of the Hudson River.
Originally, Chelsea Piers referred to the luxury liner berths on Manhattan’s west side from 1910 to the 1930s. Famous ships such as the Lusitania docked there. In the mid-1980s, the piers were in danger of being destroyed when there were plans to rebuild the West Side Highway. Once these plans fell through, The Department of Transportation held an auction in 1992 for the property. Roland W. Betts won the auction and transformed the dilapidated piers into its current incarnation.
There are several activities and complexes that now inhabit Chelsea Piers; the Golf Club, the Sports Center health club, Sky Rink, the Field House, MarineMax Maritime Center, Bowlmor, the Pier Sixty and Lighthouse event centers and not to mention Skyline Princess Cruises. If you are looking for an NYC yacht charter for a private dinner cruise, Skyline Princess Cruises can launch from Chelsea Piers. Our catering hall that sails the New York Harbor is a unique option to impress your guests or clients.
Please keep in mind that this port is used for private yacht charters only.
To book a private Chelsea Piers yacht charter, please give us a call.
Chelsea Piers is located on the west side of Manhattan and is easily accessible by car and mass transit.
Driving: The best way to drive to Chelsea Piers is to Hudson River Greenway (9A) southbound and exit at the entrance opposite 23rd street.
Mass Transit: The M23 bus crosses Manhattan on 23rd Street and stops directly in front of Chelsea Piers. To connect to the bus, you can take the following subways to these stops:
• 6 – Park Avenue
• W, N, R – Broadway/Fifth Avenue
• V, F, PATH – Sixth Avenue
• 1 – Seventh Avenue
• C, E – Eighth Avenue
You can also take the M14-D, which terminates at 18th Street and West Side Highway (across the street from Pier 59).