Champagne Brunch Sail Aboard The Classic Schooner Shearwater

Join us for a Sunday brunch unlike any other! Enjoy a plentiful buffet while you take in close-up views of the Statue of Liberty, Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island and the Manhattan skyline aboard this historic schooner.

Enjoy a cruise on a classic 1920s schooner

Savor a buffet brunch

Sail past Ellis Island

Observe the Manhattan skyline

View the Statue of Liberty up-close!

This package includes a delicious buffet, tea and coffee service as well as a champagne open bar. Menu includes assorted muffins, homemade breads and cakes, bagels, salmon and assorted meats and cheeses.

Shearwater is an 82-foot vintage 1920's schooner built at the height of the Roaring Twenties as the personal yacht of Charles E. Dunlap, a prominent New York City industrialist, back in a time when yachting was a rare combination of elegance and adventure. Shearwater was recognized as a national landmark in March 2009. Rangoon teak decks and mahogany paneled staterooms below are sure to impress even the seasoned yachtsmen.

Our delicious Brunch menu includes the following:

Assorted Miniature Muffins: Corn, Bran, Lemon, and Poppy Seed

Sliced Home Made Country Breads: Currant, Walnut, Banana, and Zucchini

Danishes: Apple, Cheese, Cherry

Miniature Bagelswith Cream Cheese, Butter and Jams

Smoked Whitefish Salad

Sliced Nova Scotia Salmon

Platters of Tomato, Red Onion, Hard cooked Eggs & Capers

Platter of smoked Virginia ham and Baked Danish ham

An Array of Domestic Cheeses: with Cheddar, Pepper Jack and Brie

Platter of Grilled Marinated Vegetables

Fresh Seasonal Fruit Platter

Tea/Coffee Service

Brunch menu subject to change without notice

• 2-hour cruise
• Buffet brunch
• Tea and coffee service
• Champagne Open bar
Not included:

• Hotel pickup and drop off
• Crew gratuities
Additional Information:

We board 15 minutes before departure and recommend that you arrive at the dock 30 minutes prior to departure time.
Meeting Point, pick-up and drop-off:

The Shearwater is located on the south side of the North Cove Marina, at the end of Liberty Street on the Hudson River, Downtown Manhattan.