TRANSPORTATION TO/FROM CRUISE PORT
Reliable Limo & Car Service offers the very best & most affordable cruise terminal transportation solutions to & from the area’s 4 big cruise ports. After all, who wants to start their vacation off battling traffic and worrying about leaving our vehicles in an unsafe expensive parking lot somewhere?
It’s our job, here at Reliable Limo & Car Service, to get you to your cruise pier safely. Cruises are luxurious, and so is riding with Reliable Limo. You will experience first-class amenities whether you choose to ride in a Lincoln Town Car, Van or a Full Stretch Limousine. As we transport you safely, you’ll be able to kick back and relax. You can enjoy complimentary bottled water, snacks, and entertainment (like magazines and an iPad!). Reliable Limo offers cruise terminal transportation services from NJ to NYC or Baltimore, and vice versa. So if you’d like to enjoy a cruise vacation without worrying about leaving your car in the city for a week unattended, call Reliable Limo & Car Service. We’ll pick you up right at your front door and take you to the edge of the pier.
Iif you aren’t quite interested in leaving on a boat for a week or more, Reliable Limo is happy to take you around on a city tour. We can stop at these cruise piers so you can marvel in the massive machinery and the great views of the water.
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MANHATTAN CRUISE TERMINAL TRANSPORTATION
NYC Cruise Terminal was Awarded “Best US Homeport” by TravelAge West magazine. The terminal has been serving cruise passengers longer than any other U.S. city. In 2004, to secure its position as a first-class passenger terminal, the City of New York began a program of $200 million in capital investment at the cruise terminals. The upgrades at Manhattan Cruise Terminal allow Pier 88 and Pier 90 to serve the world’s biggest ships. Passenger boarding bridges are being made to handle the larger ships.
The Manhattan Cruise Terminal is one of the most modern facilities. The new terminals included modern adjustable gangways. They expanded pier aprons to load and unload passengers and supplies with greater speed, comfort, and efficiency. The redeveloped terminal separated embarking and disembarking passengers onto separate levels which allowed for more efficient use of passenger space and reducing congestion.
In 2004, Royal Caribbean’s Empress of the Seas sailed regularly from Bayonne. In its inaugural season, over 237,000 passengers safely traveled through Cape Liberty Cruise Port. Ships included Royal Caribbean’s Enchantment of the Seas, Voyager of the Seas and Celebrity Cruises‘ Constellation. Passenger volume for 2005 was over 300,000 – the second largest among Northeast and Mid-Atlantic coast ports.
The Peninsula at Bayonne Harbor had already became a world-class destination for filmmakers and vacationers alike.
In 2011, the BLRA sold its property at the Peninsula to the Port Authority of NY/NJ. With the change in property manager, Royal Caribbean remained consistent in delivering terminal operations to the vessel’s which called it home. Future vessels included Explorer of the Seas, Liberty of the Seas, Celebrity Silhouette and Celebrity Summit.
In 2013, Royal Caribbean began building a new terminal for it’s fleet. Digital signage, LED lighting, sleek and innovative design, Cape Liberty Cruise Port became what she is today; a top rated home port and port of call for passenger vessels of all kinds. Opening in 2014, Quantum of the Seas made her inaugural call to the new terminal. It was the largest ship to ever call Cape Liberty Cruise Port home. The next year in 2015, Anthem of the Seas was the new homeport occupant and she sure did get an American inauguration. Who knows what ship’s are on the horizon for Cape Liberty Cruise Port. It will always be an adventure sailing from Lady Liberty’s front door.