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#1
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When ships dock in Manhattan, does anyone happen to know what the Pier # is? There are quite a few and maybe they don't even use the same pier when they dock in Manhattan...just wondering/curious.
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Originally posted by socmft
When ships dock in Manhattan, does anyone happen to know what the Pier # is? There are quite a few and maybe they don't even use the same pier when they dock in Manhattan...just wondering/curious.


When we took the Regal to Canada/New England we left out of the Brooklyn Terminal.


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I believe cruise ships usually are at Piers 88 thru 94, the first few docks north of The Intrepid. Entrance to passenger drop-off and parking is at W 54 St.

The ship schedule for the ports of Manhattan and Brooklyn from the official website

https://www.nycruise.com/schedule/

does not specify the pier numbers. But you will note that Princess has no calls scheduled for Manhattan this year, only Brooklyn.
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Thanks for replies. I have two different schedules; OF COURSE, one shows Manhattan and the other indicates Brooklyn!
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Yes, Princess Regal sails from Red Hook, Brooklyn. Parking there is a lot less than Manhattan. V.


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Pacific Princess is scheduled for Manhattan. Looks like Port of Calls are Manhattan, while Embarkation/Disembarkation will be Brooklyn for Princess ships.
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Originally posted by fishywood
I believe cruise ships usually are at Piers 88 thru 94, the first few docks north of The Intrepid. Entrance to passenger drop-off and parking is at W 54 St.

The ship schedule for the ports of Manhattan and Brooklyn from the official website

https://www.nycruise.com/schedule/

does not specify the pier numbers. But you will note that Princess has no calls scheduled for Manhattan this year, only Brooklyn.
Not true.
6/12/17ManhattanPacific PrincessPort of Call
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Originally posted by JimmyVWine
7/27/17 Manhattan Sea Princess Port of Call
7/28/17 Manhattan Sea Princess New York to Sydney
11/4/17 Manhattan Crown Princess Port of Call

Yes - this is what I saw. So, it being a port of call on 11/4, assume it is Manhattan (subject to change, of course!).

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Originally posted by grouchomarx
Princess sails from Brooklyn not Manhattan.


They also dock in Manhattan when the ship stops there as a port of call.
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Originally posted by socmft
Yes - this is what I saw. So, it being a port of call on 11/4, assume it is Manhattan (subject to change, of course!).

Thanks, everyone.
It will be Manhattan unless there is a change. Too soon to know which exact slip. But they are all very close with the entrance on 54th Street as noted above.