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PORT OF BAYONNE, NJ
DIRECTIONS:
Cape Liberty Cruise Port
14 Port Terminal Blvd
Bayonne, NJ 07002
(201) 823-3737

The terminal is just off Route 440 in Bayonne located on the Peninsula
14A of the New Jersey Turnpike or 1 1/2 miles north of the Bayonne
Bridge.

Northern New Jersey
Take the New Jersey Turnpike South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After
tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to
Terminal on your left.

Connecticut (near I-95)
Take I-95 south into New York State. Continue on I-95 to and over the
George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for New Jersey Turnpike and
proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for
Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.

Connecticut (near I-84)
Take I-84 West into New York State. Take I-684 South to I-287 West to
I-87 South. Follow signs to and over the George Washington Bridge.
Follow signs for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A
(Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed
1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left

Westchester County
Take I-684 South to I-287 West to I-87 South. Follow signs to and over
the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs for the New Jersey
Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow
signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your
left.

Rockland County
Take the Palisades Parkway South to I-80 West. Follow signs for the
New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After
tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to
Terminal on your left.

The Bronx
Proceed to and across the George Washington Bridge. Follow signs
for the New Jersey Turnpike South. Continue to Exit 14A (Bayonne).
After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles
to Terminal on your left.

Manhattan
Proceed to and through the Lincoln Tunnel. Follow I-495 West to the
New Jersey Turnpike. Proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne).
After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles
to Terminal on your left.

Brooklyn or Queens
Enter Manhattan using the closest bridge or tunnel. Proceed
crosstown to and through the Lincoln Tunnel. Follow I-495 West to the
New Jersey Turnpike. Proceed South to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After
tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to
Terminal on your left.

Staten Island
Take Route 440 North to and over the Bayonne Bridge. Continue on
Route 440, 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your right.

Southern New Jersey / Delaware / Maryland
Take New Jersey Turnpike North to Exit 14A (Bayonne). After tollbooth,
follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed 1 1/2 miles to Terminal on
your left.

Southern New Jersey (Shore Points)
Take the Garden State Parkway North to Exit 129 (New Jersey
Turnpike). Continue North on the New Jersey Turnpike to Exit 14A
(Bayonne). After tollbooth, follow signs for Route 440 South. Proceed
1 1/2 miles to Terminal on your left.
HOTELS:
Hyatt Regency (Jersey City on the Hudson)
2 Exchange Place
Jersey City, NJ 07302
approximately 8.8 miles from the pier

Ramada Inn (Newark Airport)
550 Rt 1 South
Newark, NJ 07002

Candlewood Suites (Jersey City)
21 2nd Street
Jersey City, NJ 07302
approximately 9.84 miles from the pier

Econo Lodge (Newark International Airport)
853 Spring St
Elizabeth, NJ 07002
approximately 10.59 miles from the pier

Marriott New York Financial Center
85 West St
New York, NY 07002
approximately 11.19 miles from the pier

Marriot New York City (Brooklyn Bridge)
333 Adams St.
Brooklyn, NY 07002
approximately 13.51 miles from the pier
THINGS TO DO:
* Visit the Statue of Liberty
*  Take a tour of Ellis Island and the Ellis Island Immigration Museum. From 1892 to 1954, the       
   island was the gateway for more than 12-million immigrants to the United States.
* Explore the Liberty Science Center located in Liberty State Park in Jersey City, New Jersey         
  which features hundred of interactive exhibits, shows, demonstrations and the nation's largest    
  IMAX Dome Theater.
* Visit the Bayonne Bridge in Bayonne, New Jersey, which is one of the longest steel arch              
  bridges in the world. It's not only impressive in size, but also in looks. When it opened in 1931,    
  the American Institute for Steel Construction named the bridge the 'Most Beautiful Steel Arch'.
* See more than a century's worth of fire-fighting history at the Chief John T. Brennan Fire            
   Museum in Bayonne, New Jersey. First used in 1870, the firehouse is listed on the National        
   Register of Historic Buildings.
* New York City is quite literally a shopping mecca. You can find anything and everything here,     
  from the world's finest designers on Fifth Avenue to eclectic boutiques throughout the city. And   
  for souvenirs, you don't have to go far - you'll find a shop on just about every block.
* Whether you're looking for an elegant dinner for two or hot dogs for the family, New York City     
  has some of the best food in the world. Grab a sandwich at Sardi's, a deli in Times Square          
  famous for its celebrity-named sandwiches. Or get a slice of the pizza the city is famous for,        
  offered in any number of small restaurants and street vendors.
CAR RENTALS:
Alamo
www.alamo.com
National: 1(800) 462-5266

Budget
www.budget.com
National: 800-527-0700

Enterprise
www.enterprise.com
National: 800-261-7331
Verrazano Narrows Bridge in NJ Picture taken by: Megan Ibbotson
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