Enjoy three hours of wonderful sounds by the very popular D.J. Benny!
Accepting the first 30 dedication song requests by phone (one dedication song per family).
Free picture with mom at boarding (one per family).
You can make a reservation and purchase tickets for this Mother's Day Cruise in New York City aboard the American Princess through PayPal below. You may also make reservations by calling us at 718-474-0555
Event Policy & Recommendations:
Reservations based on availability
All sales are final and non-refundable
Tickets only good for the 2016 Mother's Day Brunch Cruise
There is a 24-hour cancellation policy
In the event of a cancellation, customer is responsible for making another reservation
Children must be accompanied by an adult
Coolers and outside alcoholic beverages are prohibited
Cash bar available on board
Passengers subject to search (as permitted by the US Coast Guard)
Captain's recommendation: Due to NYC traffic we advise that you plan to arrive at Riis Landing 3/4 to 1 hour before the departure time
All trips are subject to availability and American Princess Cruises reserves the right to cancel and/or reschedule any trip at any time.
Vessel Departs from Riis Landing
Former U.S. Coast Guard Station
Intersection of State Rd. and Heinzelman Rd.
Breezy Point (Rockaway, Queens) NY 11697
West Side of Marine Pkwy Bridge
Reference Point: Fort Tilden is located across the street from Riis Landing Get Map to the Mother's Day Cruise NYC
Take the Belt Parkway to Exit 11S (Flatbush Avenue South). Continue on Flatbush Avenue South to the Marine Parkway Bridge (also known as the Gil Hodges Bridge). Drive in the right lane over the bridge, and take the Breezy Point exit located at the foot of the bridge. Proceed to the second traffic light and make a right directly into the parking lot of Riis Landing.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION - Subway & Bus
From NYC & BROOKLYN:
Take the #2 train (also the #5 at rush hour) to Flatbush Avenue. Transfer to the Q35 Bus over the Marine Park Bridge to the Fort Tilden bus stop in Breezy Point, Rockaway. Once you are off the bus, walk back to the corner of the main road (where the bus turned) and with the bridge on your right side, walk left to the traffic light. Cross the street at the traffic light and continue walking directly into the parking lot of Riis Landing (the building facing you) and then onto the boat.
From NYC, QUEENS & LONG ISLAND:
Take the A train to Beach 116th St. exit in Rockaway (which includes a connecting shuttle train in Howard Beach to Beach 116th St.). Transfer to the Q35 or Q22 bus to the Fort Tilden bus stop in Breezy Point, Rockaway. Once you are off the bus, walk back to the corner of the main road (where the bus turned) and with the bridge on your right side, walk left to the traffic light. Cross the street at the traffic light and continue walking directly into the parking lot of Riis Landing (the building facing you) and then onto the boat.
Mother's Day Cruise NY - American Princess Cruises
Celebrate your special event with a cruise aboard New York's American Princess yacht, which is available for charter all year round. We offer various types of New York Cruises including a wedding cruise, engagement cruise, bridal shower cruise, 4th of July fireworks cruise, New Year's Eve cruise, Coney Island Fireworks Cruise, birthday party cruise, sweet 16 cruise, mother's day cruise, father's day cruise, anniversary cruise, surprise party cruise, retirement party cruise, graduation party cruise, bon voyage cruise, Halloween party cruise, costume party cruise, Valentine's Day cruise, religious cruise, bar/bat mitzvah cruise, confirmation cruise, burial at sea cruise, fundraising cruise, charity cruise or a corporate event cruise.
Contact us to help you coordinate a voyage you will remember forever!
Owned and operated by TWFM Ferry Inc. of New York, American Princess Cruises is a premier New York City cruise operator that provides cruise service to the five boroughs of New York City (Manhattan, Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island), Long Island (Nassau and Suffolk Counties), New Jersey and Connecticut.