If you spy a set of giant jaws racing across New York’s harbor, don’t panic! That’s the SHARK, the heart-pounding, 30-minute speedboat thrill-ride. With the wind in your hair and water splashing about, this energetic experience will knock your socks off! Fully narrated and packed full of music, laughs, and excitement, this is certainly one of the most engaging ways to see New York. Don’t worry though, they'll slow it all down in front of the Statue of Liberty so your photos won’t be a blur. You want a New York adventure? This is it.
Build your own discount attraction pass and save on combined admission to two or more attractions. Enjoy guaranteed discounts on SHARK Speedboat Thrill Ride by New York Water Taxi tickets and your choice of other top attractions.
Build your own discount attraction pass and save on combined admission to two or more attractions.
Enjoy guaranteed discounts on SHARK Speedboat Thrill Ride: New York Water Taxi tickets and your choice of other top attractions.
Present your pass at the New York Water Taxi ticket booth at South Street Seaport’s Pier 16 (corner of Fulton Avenue and South Street) to receive a ticket for the next available ride. Tickets are subject to availability. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to departure.
South Street Seaport at Pier 16, 89 South Street (Corner of Fulton Avenue and South Street) New York, NY 10036
From West Side, George Washington Bridge, Lincoln and Holland Tunnels, take West Street southbound. Follow the signs to FDR Drive. Take underpass, keep right - use exit 1 at the end of the underpass. Turn right on South Street and go six blocks. From East Side, take FDR Drive south to exit 3 onto South Street. Proceed on South Street about 1 mile.
By Subway:2, 3, 4, 5, J, Z or M trains to Fulton Street;
A or C trains to Broadway-Nassau;
E train towards Fulton Street;
Walk East twoards Fulton Street to Water Street.
Reviews for SHARK Speedboat Thrill Ride: New York Water Taxi
To begin it was raining, as we got underway, pouring. It didn't matter. Everyone was singing along with the loud music, waving their arms and laughing. I never saw so much laughing. A summer camp of maybe 50 teens, a father and son, my grand daughter and me and a group of 4 friends all laughing and screaming as we got soaked to the skin. Later saw them all buying cheap clothes to go home in. It is a blast. Just wish the crew had a little more involvement other than saying when you yell we go faster and giving us a few tidbits of info on NYC. It was great. Since Circle Line owns it I would recommend they give a little "fun" training to the crew so they can compete with the Beast speedboat which is a party on the water.