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SNG Destination Spotlight: New York©

New York City, the most populous city in the United States, is a dynamic destination featuring first-rate dining, shopping and a vast array of cultural diversity and activitity 

The Big Apple features many historic landmarks which are accessible for the mobility-challenged including: the Empire State Building, Ellis Island9/11 Museum and One World Trade CenterTime SquareTop of the Rock allowing the visitor 360-panoramic views overlooking the city, The iconic New Amsterdam Theatre, built in 1903, has been restored and updated to include accessible designed seating and restrooms as does the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, located in close proximity to Time Square. Sports fans can take in action at the World Most Famous ArenaMadison Square Garden which offers a full staff of guest service representatives to assist visitors. New York City is especially magical to visit during the Holiday Season with all the lights and sights to see.

Two cruise terminals are in New York City, one in Manhattan and one in Brooklyn. The Cape Liberty Port in Bayonne, New Jersey, supplements the New York terminals. The following cruise lines sail from the Manhattan terminal: Disney, Crystal,SilverseaMSCNCL and CarnivalSNG White Glove Service is available for guests renting mobility equipment for NCL and Carnvial sailing round-trip out of New York. The Brooklyn terminal services Cunard and Princess sailings. As a reminder, guests renting scooters on Cunard voyages with standard-sized staterooms are required to rent a Folding Scooter.

Royal Caribbean and Celebrity Cruises sail out of the Cape Liberty cruise port terminal.

Special Needs Group is pleased to be able to provide service to those cruise ships with embarkation from New York and New Jersey and those staying at hotels in New York City.