NYC Ferry provides a daily ferry service connecting all five boroughs.

You can purchase tickets using your smartphone, online, or at ferry locations.

Learn more about NYC Ferry online or by phone.

Online

By Phone

Call 311 or 212-NEW-YORK (212-639-9675) for assistance.

You can buy tickets online, using the NYC Ferry app, or from ticket vending machines at each landing.

One-Way Tickets

  • Adults and children under 44 inches: $2.75
  • Children under 44 inches: free
  • Bikes: $1

30-Day Unlimited Passes

  • 30-Day pass: $121
  • 30-Day pass with bike: $141

Free transfers to other NYC Ferry routes are permitted. Transfers are not available to MTA subways or buses.

Learn more about NYC Ferry Tickets.

Upcoming Fare Changes

Starting on September 12, 2022:

  • Single rides will increase to $4 each way
  • 10 single-ride ticket packs will be sold for $27.50
  • The $1 bike fee will be eliminated
  • Seniors, people with disabilities, and participants of the Fair Fares NYC program can buy discounted one-way tickets for $1.35
  • The reduced-fare monthly pass discount program for seniors and people with disabilities will be discontinued

Discounts

On September 12, 2022, the reduced-fare monthly pass for seniors and people with disabilities was discontinued.

NYC Ferry's new discount program offers one-way tickets for $1.35. Seniors, people with disabilities, and participants of the Fair Fares NYC program are eligible to apply for this new discount.

If you were already registered to purchase a discounted monthly pass, you do not need to apply for the new program. You will now be able to purchase one-way tickets for $1.35. 

You can mail your application or drop it off in person.

By Mail

NYC Ferry Operated by Hornblower
Attn: Ferry Discount Program
110 Wall Street
New York, New York 10005

In Person

Pier 11 Ticket Booth
Pier 11, South Street
New York, New York 10005

Learn more about NYC Ferry Tickets and current discounts.

Free Voucher for NYCHA Residents

To encourage residents to try the ferry for the first time, NYC Ferry is offering two free tickets to NYCHA residents who live within 1 mile of an NYC Ferry landing. NYC Ferry will mail eligible NYCHA residents a one-time coupon code for a free trip voucher. The voucher will be valid only for new NYC Ferry app users.

To redeem your tickets, make a new NYC Ferry account with your email address, then use the promo code tab on the app to use the special offer code from your voucher letter received in the mail.

The Astoria Route operates 7 days a week from 6:30 AM to 10 PM between these stops:

  • Astoria (3-10 Astoria Boulevard, Astoria, Queens)
  • Roosevelt Island (104 Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge E Main Street off of Tram Plaza, Long Island City, Queens)
  • Long Island City (47th Road, Long Island City, 46th Avenue and Center Boulevard, Long Island City, Queens)
  • East 34th Street (East 35th Street at FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • Brooklyn Navy Yard (Non-Navy Yard tenants can access the ferry landing by walking through BLDG 77, which is located at Flushing Ave and Vanderbilt Ave.)
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan)

The approximate total running time is 49 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

NYC Ferry plans to launch the Coney Island Route in 2022.

It will have stops in:

  • Coney Island
  • Bay Ridge (American Veterans Memorial Pier, Brooklyn)
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan)

Learn more about the route.

Service Alert

The Greenpoint ferry landing is out of service for repairs until further notice. NYC Ferry anticipates that the landing will be closed for at least a few months while the pier is being repaired.

Get the latest service alerts.

Ferry Stops

The East River Route operates 7 days a week from 6:30 AM to 10:30 PM between these stops:

  • Hunters Point South (54th Avenue on 2nd Street, Long Island City, Queens)
  • East 34th Street (East 35th Street at FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • Greenpoint (10 India Street, Brooklyn) Closed for repairs.
  • North Williamsburg (North 6th Street and Kent Avenue, Brooklyn)
  • South Williamsburg (440 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn)
  • DUMBO (Old Fulton Street and Furman Street, Brooklyn)
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan) 

The approximate total running time is 43 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

The Rockaway Route operates weekdays from 5:15 AM to 8:30 PM and weekends from 6:30 AM to 9:30 PM between these stops:

  • Rockaway (Beach 108th Street and Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Park, Queens)
  • Sunset Park (140 58th Street, Brooklyn) 
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan) 

The approximate total running time is 57 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

The Rockaway Rocket offers direct-to-beach service to and from Lower Manhattan and Rockaway on summer weekends from July 23 to September 11.

Trips are at set departure times. Tickets cost $8 each way and must be booked in advance.

The Rockaway Rocket operates between these stops:

  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • Rockaway (Beach 108th Street and Beach Channel Drive, Rockaway Park, Queens)

Learn more about the Rockaway Rocket.

The Soundview Route operates 7 days a week from 6:30 AM to 10 PM between these stops:

  • Throgs Neck/Ferry Point Park (Bronx)
  • Soundview - Clason Point (2 Bronx River Parkway, Bronx)
  • East 90th Street (Manhattan)
  • East 34th Street (East 35th Street at FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • Stuyvesant Cove (East 20th Street at FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan) 

The approximate total running time is 56 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

The South Brooklyn Route operates weekdays from 6:30 AM to 9 PM and weekends from 6:30 AM to 10 PM between these stops:

  • Bay Ridge (American Veterans Memorial Pier, Brooklyn)
  • Sunset Park (140 58th Street, Brooklyn)
  • Governors Island (except on summer weekends and holidays)
  • Red Hook (Ferris Street and Clinton Wharf, Brooklyn)
  • Brooklyn Bridge Park Pier 6/Atlantic Avenue (Brooklyn Bridge Park Greenway, Brooklyn)
  • Wall Street/Pier 11 (Gouverneur Lane at South Street, FDR Drive, Manhattan)
  • DUMBO (Old Fulton Street and Furman Street, Brooklyn)
  • Corlears Hook (397 FDR Drive, Manhattan) 

The approximate total running time is 63 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

Governors Island Summer Service

The South Brooklyn ferry doesn’t stop at Governors Island on weekends or holidays from May 23 to September 11, 2022. On these days, you can take the Governors Island shuttle from Wall Street/Pier 11. Transfers to the shuttle are free from any NYC Ferry route.

You can also take a ferry operated by the Trust for Governors Island from Lower Manhattan.

Learn more about ferries to Governors Island.

The St. George Route operates 7 days a week from 6:30 AM to 10:30 PM between these stops:​

  • St. George (1 Bay Street in Staten Island)
  • Battery Park City (Battery Park/Vesey Street in Manhattan)
  • Midtown West/Pier 79 (12th Avenue in Manhattan)

The approximate total running time is 35 minutes.

Get a map, schedule, and other route information.

Boarding Areas

NYC Ferry has covered wait and boarding areas at most locations.

Bikes, Strollers, and Vehicles

Bicycles are allowed on NYC Ferry for a fee of $1 per ride.

There is no fee for bringing strollers on board the ferry. There are designated spaces for strollers as well.

Cars, motorcycles, and trucks are not allowed on NYC Ferry.

Pets and Service Animals

Only service dogs or dogs in a pet carrier or with a muzzle are allowed on the ferry.

COVID-19 Safety

NYC Ferry riders 2 years and older are required to wear a face covering or mask to board the boat and while inside the main cabin.

Learn more about NYC Ferry's COVID-related policies and safety measures.

Film, video, and photography are allowed for non-commercial use only. 

For commercial use, you can submit a Film Permit Application.

Download an NYC Ferry Film Permit Application.

Rockaway Route

The Rockaway Route has a free shuttle bus in Queens which departs from Beach 108th Street. Shuttle stops are located at existing bus stops.

Get a Rockaway route shuttle bus schedule.

Eastbound Stops

  • Ferry Terminal at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 108th Street
  • Stop 2: Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 86th Street
  • Stop 3: Beach Channel Drive and Beach 67th Street
  • Stop 4: Beach Channel Drive and Beach 54th Street
  • Stop 5: Beach Channel Drive and Beach 41st Street
  • Bus Terminus: Beach Channel Drive and Beach 35th Street

Westbound Stops

  • Stop 1: Ferry Terminal at Beach Channel Drive and Beach 108th Street
  • Stop 2: Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 116th Street 
  • Stop 3: Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 127th Street
  • Stop 4: Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 135th Street
  • Stop 5: Rockaway Beach Blvd and Beach 149th Street
  • Stop 6: Jacob Riis Park Road and Bath House
  • Terminus: Rockaway Point Blvd and Beach 169th Street (WEEKDAYS ONLY)

East River Route

The East River Route has a free “Flag Down Service” shuttle bus in Manhattan which operates in a loop approximately every 10-20 minutes from 6:34 AM - 9:56 AM and from 4:11 PM - 7:18 PM. This shuttle does not operate on a schedule. You may flag down the shuttle at any of the stops.

Get an East River route ferry landing departure schedule.

  • 6th Avenue and East 35th Street
  • 6th Avenue and Bryan Park
  • 6th Avenue and 47th Street
  • East 34th Street and 2nd Avenue
  • East 34th Street and 3rd Avenue
  • East 34th Street and 5th Avenue
  • East 34th Street and 6th Avenue
  • East 34th Street and Park Avenue
  • East 34th Street Ferry Terminal 
  • East 34th Street and Madison Avenue
  • East 48th Street and Park Avenue
  • East 48th Street and Lexington Avenue
  • Lexington Avenue and East 34th Street
  • Lexington Avenue and East 37th Street
  • Lexington Avenue and East 42nd Street

You can make a complaint or report a lost item with NYC Ferry and get a tracking number.

Contact NYC Ferry:

Online

Make a complaint or report a lost item to NYC Ferry.

By Email

help@ferry.nyc

Additional Assistance

You can get additional assistance with NYC Ferry inquiries by phone.

Call 311 or 212-NEW-YORK (212-639-9675) for assistance.

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