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Hudson River Park’s four miles of piers, esplanades and landscapes boast sunset views, scores of recreational and play spaces, stunning gardens and much more.
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Whether you’re a novice or a pro, kayaking on the Hudson River is a great way to spend a day in New York.
Manhattan Community Boathouse provides free kayaking on a first-come, first-served basis during the summer and early fall season.
The LILAC, a historic steamship built in 1933 for the US Lighthouse service, docks on the north side of Hudson River Park’s Pier 25.
Volunteer-run boathouse that offers free kayaking sessions and classes to the public.
NY Waterway is the fastest and most convenient way to New York City’s west side midtown.
If you’re looking for an athletic challenge, consider trying outrigger canoe paddling, an ancient sport with deep roots in Polynesian culture.
Led by the crew behind Grand Banks and Atlantic Yachting, the Pier 25 Marina offers a variety of services for boaters in the region.
Hudson River Park has the capacity to moor up to 17 private boats in its mooring field located on the southern end of Pier 40.