The 2019 New York Auto Show opens to the public on April 19. After Motor1.com covers all of the big debuts there, folks in the vicinity of Manhattan's Javits Center might want to see these new machines for themselves, and the New York Waterway Ferry has a special discount to make getting to the show a little cheaper and easier.
The NY Waterway/Auto Show Combination Ticket saves up to $3 on admission into the New York Auto Show. It lets attendees take a boat straight from Port Imperial Weehawken, where there's an indoor parking garage, to the West 39th Street Midtown Ferry Terminal. After the eight-minute journey, they can take a free shuttle to the Javits Center. The offer runs the entire length of the convention from Friday, April 19, through Sunday, April 28.
The combination ticket costs $33 for adults or $18 for children. Riders can purchase the ticket online, here. It's also available at the ferry terminal's kiosks.
The debuts at this year's New York Auto Show run the gamut from budget-friendly to premium and from family-oriented crossovers to sports cars. The utility vehicle market continues to drive sales for automakers, and there's a lot to see in this segment in the Big Apple, including the little Hyundai Venue, the latest generation of the Subaru Outback, and the stylish Porsche Cayenne Coupe.
Mercedes-Benz will make a huge showing this year, too. The A35 and CLA 35 debuts two different takes on the brand's offerings for compact, performance sedans. The new GLC Coupe brings its mix of style and utility, and the latest GLS-Class brings a new generation of premium, seven-passenger SUV to the lineup. The EQC Edition 1886 gives the brand's electric crossover a special edition paying homage to the 100-year anniversary of the Benz Patent-Motorwagen.
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NY Waterway offers car-enthusiasts and families the fastest, easiest way to cruise to the annual New York International Auto Show at the Jacob Javits Center from Friday, April 19, through Sunday, April 28.
Visitors to the Auto Show can travel from Port Imperial Weehawken (with indoor parking) to the West 39th Street Midtown Ferry Terminal, and take the short walk or free shuttles to the show entrance at the Javits Center. Riders also can get a $3 Auto Show admission discount when buying the NY Waterway/Auto Show Combination Ticket.
Visit nywaterway.com/autoshow for information and to purchase the discounted combination Ferry/Auto Show tickets.
On weekdays, ferries travel to the West 39th Street Ferry Terminal in Midtown Manhattan from Edgewater, from Port Imperial and Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken, from Hoboken 14th Street and the Hoboken/NJ TRANSIT Terminal, from Harborside, Liberty Harbor and Paulus Hook in Jersey City and from Belford / Middletown in Monmouth County. The 39th Street Terminal is right across the street from the Auto Show in the Javits Center. Free NY Waterway buses also are waiting to take customers on the short trip to the Javits Center entrance and to other destinations throughout Midtown and Downtown.
During the weekend, NY Waterway offers low-cost ferry service to the West 39th Street and to the Brookfield Place/Battery Park City Terminal in Lower Manhattan from ferry terminals in Weehawken, Hoboken and Jersey City.
NY Waterway monthly pass-holders can ride on any ferry route free on weekends.
Several New Jersey terminals offer inexpensive parking (some free) and are served by the Hudson/Bergen Light Rail, NJ TRANSIT buses and local free NY Waterway buses.
Visit nywaterway.com/autoshow for more information or call 1-800-53-FERRY. Information is also available on the NY Waterway Facebook, Instagram and Twitter pages.
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