8 Best Statue of Liberty Cruises (Including a Free Ride) (2023)

The following article covers each of the cruises that either take you to the Statue of Liberty or travel around the landmark.

We will also include details about discounts you can use to save some money on this activity.

  • Cruises to Liberty Island
  • Cruises around Liberty Island
  • Night/Dinner Cruises
  • Deals and Discounts
  • Staten Island Ferry

CRUISES TO THE ISLAND

If you want to go straight to the Statue of Liberty, there is only one service, Statue Cruises, which is allowed to travel to and from Liberty and Ellis Island.

While you won’t pay for admission to the island, you will have to pay for the ferry travel.

If you want to enter the landmark itself, you can also purchase either pedestal or crown access.

There are both reserve and flex tickets available.

Reserve tickets are timed, so they must be used on a specific day and time while flex tickets allow you to visit whenever you want.

The main difference between these types of admission is that flex tickets do not include access to either the pedestal or the crown.

If you want to enter the statue, you will need a reserved ticket.

Each ticket includes access to Liberty Island, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty Museum. However, you must purchase a pedestal or crown ticket for access to these areas.

Ticket prices range from $19.25 - $21.50 depending on what you want to see and do while you’re there.

For more details, make sure to check our post covering how to get to the Statue of Liberty.

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CRUISES AROUND LADY LIBERTY

In this section, we will provide details about all of the cruises that pass by the Statue of Liberty.

In addition to tours that specifically focus on this monument, we will also include services that travel in the area of Lady Liberty.

Disclosure: While our recommendations are always unbiased, we may receive a small share of sales through some of the links below at no cost to you. See the full text.

Circle Line Cruises

This company offers three different cruises that travel very close to the Statue of Liberty.

While one of their outings is focused on the landmark, they also have a couple of boat tours that simply get close to the statue.

Some of these cruises are included with tourist attraction discount passes, and you can learn more about those opportunities to save money in our discount section.

Liberty Cruise

  • Focused on the Statue of Liberty.
  • Includes a pass by Ellis Island.
  • Includes a pass by One World Trade Center.
  • $3 off with Trusted Tours.
  • Featured on tourist passes.

Best of NYC

  • Covers several notable sites.
  • Includes a pass by the Statue of Liberty.
  • Featured on tourist passes.

The Beast - Speedboat

In addition to these cruises, Circle Line also has a speedboat called The Beast that travels within 100 feet of the Statue of Liberty.

If you’re looking for a more exciting trip out on the water, this is an excellent alternative to a traditional Statue of Liberty cruise.

This company also offers a Statue by Night tour which we will cover in our Night/Dinner Cruises section.

Manhattan by Sail

If you’d rather see the Statue of Liberty from a sailboat/tall ship, this company offers a service that will take you very close to the landmark.

In addition to seeing Lady Liberty, you’ll also see sites such as the Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, and several other notable sites in New York City.

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This is a more traditional way to see some of the most historic locations in NYC, and many reviewers indicate the views on a tall ship are unobstructed and unbeatable!

  • Ticket Prices: $45/Adults | $25/Children
  • Duration: 1 ½ hours
  • Availability: Daily
  • Hours: 11:30 am, 1 pm, 3 pm
  • Purchase tickets or learn more on Get Your Guide.

Many of the tours provided by this company are included with various New York tourist passes, and you can find more details about those deals in our discounts section.

As with their competitors, there is also a sunset sail option that you can enjoy as the sun is going down.

We will cover this option in our Night/Dinner cruises section.

Spirit Cruises

While other companies focus on providing tour and sightseeing opportunities, this company offers dining cruises that include a meal and typically last for 2-3 hours.

Many of their cruises pass by the Statue of Liberty, but you can also expect to see One World Trade Center, Brooklyn Bridge, Ellis Island, and many other notable landmarks.

You can save 10% on this activity by using the New York Sightseeing Pass. We will cover this deal in the discounts section.

Spirit Cruises also offers a dinner cruise that passes by the Statue of Liberty at night. Check our night/dinner cruises section for more details.

City Sightseeing

This popular tour company offers a hop-on-hop-off cruise that will take you past many notable sites including the Statue of Liberty, the Brooklyn Bridge, One World Trade Center, and more.

A hop-on-hop-off cruise allows you to jump on at any designated stop and jump off whenever you want, so if you’re only interested in seeing Lady Liberty, you can just take that portion of the trip.

Considering that City Sightseeing is primarily a hop-on-hop-off bus tour company, it shouldn’t be too surprising that they offer a lot of combo packages that include both services for a lower price.

This hop-on-hop-off cruise is also included on some tourist passes, and we’ll cover those deals in our discount section.

NIGHT AND DINNER STATUE OF LIBERTY CRUISES

The following section will cover some of the best cruises you can take after dark or at sunset in New York City. Each of these services travels close to Lady Liberty.

Almost all of the tours we listed in our Statue of Liberty cruises section also offer outings either at night or as the sun is setting.

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If you’re interested in seeing the landmark as it lights up or enjoying its silhouette at sunset, these trips are an excellent opportunity you may want to consider.

Spirit Cruises

  • Ticket Prices: $130 per person
  • Includes a buffet dinner.
  • Save 10% with the New York Sightseeing Pass.
  • Duration: 3 hours
  • Departures: 6 pm & 7 pm
  • Purchase tickets or learn more on Viator.

Circle Line

  • Ticket Prices: $32/Adults | $27/Children
  • Focuses on Statue of Liberty & Brooklyn Bridge.
  • Included on New York Pass.
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • Departure: 7 pm
  • Purchase tickets or learn more on Viator.

Manhattan by Sail

  • Ticket Prices: $55/Adults | $25/Children
  • Sunset sail which covers Lady Liberty/Ellis Island.
  • Included on New York Sightseeing Pass.
  • Duration: 2 hours
  • Departure: 7 pm
  • Purchase tickets or learn more on Get Your Guide.

Sadly, the last departure for City Sightseeing’s hop-on-hop-off cruise is at 4:30 pm, which means you won’t be able to enjoy the Statue of Liberty either at sunset or after dark by using this service.

If you’re looking for a great alternative to a Statue of Liberty Cruise at night or sunset, make sure to read our section on the Staten Island Ferry.

DISCOUNTS AND DEALS

This section will cover some of the best ways to save money on Statue of Liberty cruises.

We will include details about tourist passes, combo packages, and more.

Tourist Attraction Discount Passes

If a Statue of Liberty cruise is only one of many activities you have planned, it might make sense to grab a tourist pass while you’re in New York City.

An all-inclusive pass will provide admission to dozens of popular activities over the course of a specific amount of time (1, 2, 3, 5, 7, or 10 days).

Alternatively, you can also choose a flex pass which allows you to pay one flat price for a set number of activities.

The easiest option is a build-your-own-pass that offers up to a 20% discount on every attraction you want when you purchase at least 2 tickets.

Here are the Statue of Liberty cruises you can save money on using a New York tourist pass:

  • Statue of Liberty Ferry + Ellis Island
  • City Sightseeing Hop-on-Hop-off Cruise
  • Circle Line Cruises
  • Manhattan by Sail

In addition to receiving free admission to these activities, you can also save 10% off dinner cruises from Spirit Cruises with the New York Sightseeing Pass.

These services also offer skip-the-line privileges at certain popular locations in New York City, making it easier to save both time and money.

Depending on which pass you choose and how you use it, you could save anywhere from 20% - 50% off general admission prices on average.

For more details, please read our post covering New York tourist attraction discount passes.

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Combo Packages

In addition to various tourist passes, there are also combo deals (usually offered by hop-on-hop-off bus tour companies) that include Statue of Liberty cruises.

If you’re only interested in a few different attractions or activities in New York, consider one of the following combo packages:

City Sights

  • Super New York Tour
    • 3-Day Bus Tour
    • Night Bus Tour
    • Hop-on-Hop-off Cruise
    • New York Historical Society Museum
    • Top of the Rock Observatory
    • Eat and Play Discount Card
    • Statue of Liberty Ferry + Ellis Island
      • $99/Adults | $99/Children
  • The Big Apple Tour
    • 2 day Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
    • Hop-on-Hop-off Cruise
    • NYC Helicopter Ride
    • Eat and Play Discount Card
      • $283/Adults | $273/Children

Purchase City Sights combo packages or learn more.

New York Shuttle Tour

  • Empire State Building (w/ Observation Deck visit)
  • Statue of Liberty (w/ access to the Pedestal)
  • Wall Street Walking Tour
  • Times Square
  • Fifth Avenue
  • Little Italy
    • $179/Adults | $169/Children

Purchase New York Shuttle Tour combo package or learn more.

Big Bus Tours

  • Premium Ticket
    • 2-Day Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
    • Circle Line Statue of Liberty Cruise
    • Brooklyn & Harlem Bus Tour
    • Night Bus Tour
      • $65/Adults | $55/Children
  • Deluxe Ticket
    • 3-Day Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
    • Circle Line Statue of Liberty Cruise
    • Brooklyn & Harlem Bus Tour
    • Night Bus Tour
      • $75/Adults | $65/Children
      • Include Empire State Building for $15+

Purchase Big Bus Tours combo tickets or learn more.

City Sightseeing

  • All-Around Town Tour + Boat Tour
    • 1-Day Hop-on-Hop-off Bus Tour
    • Hop-on-Hop-off Cruise
    • Night Bus Tour
      • $59/Adults | $49/Children

Purchase City Sightseeing combo tickets or learn more.

Discount Sites

In addition to tourist passes and combo packages, you can also use sites such as Groupon and LivingSocial to save money on various Statue of Liberty cruises.

These discount sites also frequently offer coupon codes for between 10% - 20% off in addition to whatever deals they are offering on local activities.

If you’re planning to purchase a cruise with one of these services, make sure to check the top and bottom of each page for banners that may contain additional coupons.

STATEN ISLAND FERRY

If you really want to save some money on a Statue of Liberty cruise, the Staten Island Ferry is the best deal in New York City.

This ferry is actually entirely free to use, and it passes by the Statue of Liberty several times every day.

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Admittedly, this won’t get you very close to the Statue of Liberty, but you can still see Lady Liberty from the ferry.

This boat travels back and forth from Manhattan to Staten Island several times both day and night, so you can enjoy the Statue of Liberty after dark as well.

For more information about this service, please read our post on the Staten Island Ferry.

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FAQs

What cruise takes you to the Statue of Liberty? ›

Statue City Cruises is the ONLY vendor authorized to provide tickets and transportation to Liberty and Ellis Islands. No other ferry company can give you access to the Islands, monuments, and museums. Additional tickets are not needed to enter the Statue of Liberty Museum or Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration.

How much for a boat ride around the Statue of Liberty? ›

Statue of Liberty Cruise: Tickets Start at $19.

How long is the Statue of Liberty cruise tour? ›

The Liberty Cruise Select takes two hours, the Express cruise takes an hour and 20 minutes, and the Saver cruise takes an hour and 45 minutes.

How long should you spend at the Statue of Liberty? ›

At a minimum, you should budget two hours for the Statue of Liberty and an additional hour if you plan to visit Ellis Island as well.

What is the best way to visit the Statue of Liberty? ›

Ellis Island and the Statue of Liberty are only accessible by ferry. The vessels depart at set times from locations in lower Manhattan and New Jersey and are easily accessible through a variety of travel options. Identify which ferry you'll take and plan how best to get there.

What are the 7 seas of the Statue of Liberty? ›

The crown has 25 windows and seven spikes. Spike That Fact! The seven spikes represent the seven seas and seven continents of the world, according to the Web sites of the National Park Service and the Statue of Liberty Club.

How can I go to Statue of Liberty for free? ›

STATEN ISLAND FERRY

This free commuter ferry travels very close to the Statue of Liberty. You will want to have your camera out and ready to go, as the ferry passes Lady Liberty at a fairly fast speed. Still, without a doubt, this is the best view of the Statue of Liberty you can get for free.

Is it worth taking ferry to Statue of Liberty? ›

And honestly for the small price tag you get so much included in the ticket, so it's a great option for Statue of Liberty tickets. You'll get to experience several up-close Statue of Liberty view points during this ferry and tour. We recommend booking ahead online, as it helps you avoid some of the queues.

How long is the free ferry to Statue of Liberty? ›

The ferry ride each way is approximately 25 minutes. You must get off at the Staten Island side and you can join the queue to get immediately back on the ferry, so it is possible to spend an hour for the ride back and forth.

What time is best to visit Statue of Liberty? ›

The absolute best time of day to see the statue is first thing in the morning. In the summer, the first ferry leaves at 8:30 and you should definitely try and be on it. Security will usually open around 8:15 so it's best to be in line before then.

Where do you board the Liberty Cruise? ›

Ferries depart from Battery Park in New York City and from Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey.

How should I dress for the Statue of Liberty tour? ›

Wear comfortable shoes and bring sunscreen.

Even if you are not climbing the Statue of Liberty, you'll still want to walk all the way around Liberty Island. It's bigger than you might realize, so dress for comfort. Your photos will turn out great regardless!

What are 3 things you can do at the Statue of Liberty? ›

Things To Do
  • The Statue of Liberty Museum. NPS Photo. ...
  • Learn about the Statue of Liberty's pedestal while visiting Liberty Island. NPS Photo. ...
  • Inside the Statue of Liberty's crown. NPS Photo. ...
  • Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. NPS Photo. ...
  • The inside of the Statue of Liberty's crown as seen from the virtual tour.
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Do you need to be vaccinated to see the Statue of Liberty? ›

Statue of Liberty Sightseeing Cruise- Updates Know Before You Go. Consistent with NYC regulations, all of our excursions including regular sightseeing cruises, require passengers to present proof of vaccine prior to boarding.

Do you need a reservation for the Statue of Liberty? ›

Advance reservations are needed. Crown tickets allow visitors to access the crown of the statue, which includes a walk up 162 steps from the feet of the statue to the crown.

What is the best ferry to see the Statue of Liberty? ›

There are many must-see attractions in New York City, but without a doubt, one of the best is the Staten Island Ferry. That's because the ferry is totally free and provides possibly the best views of the Statue of Liberty and the New York City skyline.

Can you go in the Statue of Liberty 2022? ›

Yes, as of October 11, 2022, the Crown is now open.

How long does it take to walk to the top of the Statue of Liberty? ›

Depending on your pace, it will take about 15-20 minutes to climb to the top of the crown and back, but you might want to spend some time on the pedestal level before or after your ascent.

What's the difference between a sea and an ocean? ›

In terms of geography, seas are smaller than oceans and are usually located where the land and ocean meet. Typically, seas are partially enclosed by land. Seas are found on the margins of the ocean and are partially enclosed by land.

Is the Titanic bigger than the Statue of Liberty? ›

The Titanic was 2.9x the length of the Statue of Liberty and as wide as 1/3rd of the Statue of Liberty.

What does crossing the Seven Seas mean? ›

The Seven Seas referred to those seas, and if someone had sailed the Seven Seas it meant he had sailed to, and returned from, the other side of the world.

How do I book a slot for the Statue of Liberty? ›

Before your trip, visit the Statue Cruises website and select “Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island Tickets” from the top. Choose which type of ticket you would like to purchase (Reserve, Pedestal Reserve or Crown Reserve). From there you will choose which park you are departing from.

What is the easiest way to get to the Statue of Liberty? ›

Visitors arrive and depart Liberty Island and Ellis Island, located in New York Harbor, via ferries operated by Statue City Cruises. These ferries leave from two locations: Battery Park, at the southern tip of Manhattan in New York City, and Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Do tickets to the Statue of Liberty sell out? ›

Tickets to the pedestal are limited and can sell out in advance. Warning: Statue City Cruises is the ONLY ferry service authorized by the National Park Service for ticket sales and transportation to Liberty and Ellis Islands.

What ferry goes to the Statue of Liberty free? ›

Staten Island Ferry

Since the service is completely free, this is a great option for viewing the Statue of Liberty up close. The ferry route brings you directly across New York Harbor and right by the statue and Ellis Island. Pros: Of all the free options, the ferry has the best and closest view of the statue.

How early should I get to the Statue of Liberty ferry? ›

We recommend guests arrive 30 minutes prior to the reserve time. By making advanced reservations, you can avoid waiting in unnecessary lines. If you want to enter the Statue of Liberty National Monument a Pedestal Reserve ticket is required.

What time should you take ferry for Statue of Liberty? ›

The ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island depart every 15-20 minutes. The first ferry departs at 8:30 am in the high season and 9:00 am in the low season and the last ferry departs at 4:00 pm in the high season and 3:30 pm in the low season.

How much is the ferry to Ellis Island and Statue of Liberty? ›

Fees & Passes
Children Under 4Adults 13+
FERRY FEE:$0$24.00
RANGER TOURS:FreeFree
AUDIO TOURS:IncludedIncluded
HARD HAT TOURS: *Restricted+ $50
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Do you need masks for Statue of Liberty? ›

We recommend visitors wear a face mask throughout their entire visit.

Can you take backpacks into Statue of Liberty? ›

Yes. Backpacks, strollers and large bags are permitted inside the Statue of Liberty Museum and Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration. On Liberty Island, lockers are located adjacent to the secondary security screening building for a small fee.

Where do you sit on Statue of Liberty ferry? ›

On your way to the Statute of Liberty, the best seating for viewing the Statute of Liberty and Lower Manhattan is the top floor, right side, at the rear of the ferry. Try to sit on the last bench so people are not in your camera lens.

How much does the Carnival Liberty cost? ›

Sail Carnival Liberty® From $129 per person We think you should have a great time at sea. Carnival Liberty feels the same way! This is one ship that's ready to put its fun where your vacation is, with plenty of ways to enjoy your time away. ... Carnival Cruise Line is fun and affordable cruising for all ages.

Which restaurants are included on Liberty of the Seas? ›

Complimentary Dining Options
  • Main Dining Room. With sweeping, multi-level ambiance, world-class cuisine, and extraordinary personal service, our main dining room serves exceptional, multi-course meals for breakfast, lunch, and dinner each day.
  • WindJammer Cafe. ...
  • CAFE PROMENADE.

Do you need a passport for Liberty of the Seas? ›

Royal Caribbean Cruises Liberty of the Seas Passport Requirements for Cruises. Passports are required for all travelers, including citizens of U.S. and Canada, who enter or re-enter the United States by air, land or sea.

Are there bathrooms at Statue of Liberty? ›

Restrooms are available in the Monument and near all food and beverage areas.

Do you have to climb stairs in the Statue of Liberty? ›

Anyone visiting the crown must be able to walk up at least 162 steps on a confined spiral staircase.

What's hidden in the Statue of Liberty? ›

Did you know that a secret box is buried under the Statue of Liberty? Inside is a copy of the U.S. Constitution, a portrait of the statue's designer, and 20 bronze medals, like this one of George Washington.

Is there a museum inside the Statue of Liberty? ›

Lady Liberty's legacy expanded with the opening of the Statue of Liberty Museum in May 2019. Housed within the Statue of Liberty Museum are three interactive galleries that tell the statue's history in thought-provoking ways. Each gallery is designed to inspire visitors.

What is the green stuff on the Statue of Liberty? ›

The Statue's copper has naturally oxidized to form its familiar "patina" green coating. This patina is as thick, in many places, as the copper behind it and is protecting the copper from naturally wearing away. How tall is the Statue of Liberty?

How long before Statue of Liberty turned green? ›

When the statue was originally assembled, it was a dull brown color, reflecting the natural color of its copper plates. Over the next 30 years, though, it slowly turned to the green color you see today.

Why are people not allowed in the Statue of Liberty? ›

Visitors have not been allowed inside the torch for over a century after a massive explosion. Ever wonder why visitors aren't allowed inside the Statue of Liberty's torch? The event that sparked the ban occurred 102 years ago Monday, on July 30, 1916.

Can you spread ashes at the Statue of Liberty? ›

Scatter ashes at the Statue of Liberty

All you need to do is apply for a permit to scatter human cremains on Liberty Island a minimum of 72 hours before the service takes place. In addition, you must remain respectful of the other people visiting the area, and not obstruct any other visitors.

How much money do you need to visit the Statue of Liberty? ›

TICKET OPTIONS AND FEES
OptionChildren Under 4Adults 13+
FERRY FEE:$0$24.00
PEDESTAL ACCESS: *$0$24.30
CROWN ACCESS: **Restricted$24.30
RANGER TOURS:FreeFree
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Is there an entrance fee to Liberty State Park? ›

Admission to Liberty State Park is free. There is a charge to ride the ferry to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. Ferry service from Liberty State Park to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island is available throughout the year. For rates and boat schedules, please call 1 877 LADY TIX (877-523-9849).

Do cruise ships pass Statue of Liberty? ›

Ships departing from Manhattan Cruise Terminal do pass by the statue. As pointed out, it is the discretion of your Bayonne departing ship's captain to deviate so as to give cruisers a view of the statue.

How long is the cruise from Battery Park to Statue of Liberty? ›

The Liberty Super Express is a 50-minute round-trip sightseeing cruise from Battery Park to near the Statue of Liberty and back, every hour on the hour.

Where do Statue of Liberty cruises leave from? ›

These ferries leave from two locations: Battery Park, at the southern tip of Manhattan in New York City, and Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey.

Do you need to be vaccinated to go to Statue of Liberty? ›

Statue of Liberty Sightseeing Cruise- Updates Know Before You Go. Consistent with NYC regulations, all of our excursions including regular sightseeing cruises, require passengers to present proof of vaccine prior to boarding.

Can you go inside the Statue of Liberty 2022? ›

Inside the statue of liberty

It is about half the height of the whole monument, and offers panoramic views from all sides of New York Harbor. To go inside the Statue of Liberty you need to book a ticket, hey are limited and we highly recommend to purchase them in advance to visit the Pedestal.

Where is the best place to see the Statue of Liberty for free? ›

LIBERTY STATE PARK

This waterfront park in New Jersey is just across the river from Lower Manhattan. This park offers the closest free view of the Statue of Liberty from the land. You can get there easily by public transportation. There is a ferry that departs from Lower Manhattan.

What is the best time to see Statue of Liberty? ›

The absolute best time of day to see the statue is first thing in the morning. In the summer, the first ferry leaves at 8:30 and you should definitely try and be on it. Security will usually open around 8:15 so it's best to be in line before then.

What time is the last boat to Statue of Liberty? ›

The ferries to the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island depart every 15-20 minutes. The first ferry departs at 8:30 am in the high season and 9:00 am in the low season and the last ferry departs at 4:00 pm in the high season and 3:30 pm in the low season.

Where do you park for Statue of Liberty cruise? ›

Ferries depart from Battery Park in New York City and from Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey. We strongly recommend visitors traveling by auto or bus to use the ample car and bus parking at the ferry area in Liberty State Park in New Jersey. Parking at Liberty State Park is $7 per car.

Do Statue of Liberty tickets include ferry? ›

Reserve with Crown Ticket

Includes: Ferry access. Access up to the Crown of the Statue of Liberty, Priority entry into the Boarding Queue which saves you wait time at the departure point, Access to the grounds of Liberty Island and Ellis Island.

Is the Staten Island Ferry free both ways? ›

Service is free. Travel time in either direction between St. George and Whitehall is approximately 25 minutes. Please note: all schedules are subject to change without notice.

Do Statue of Liberty ferry tickets sell out? ›

Plan Your Visit to the Pedestal

There is an elevator for those who cannot use the stairs. Tickets to the pedestal are limited and can sell out in advance. Warning: Statue City Cruises is the ONLY ferry service authorized by the National Park Service for ticket sales and transportation to Liberty and Ellis Islands.

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