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New York Cruise Lines:  Leading marine-based tourism, transportation, dining and entertainment since 1945. 

New York Cruise Lines is an industry-leading maritime sightseeing, entertainment, dining and transportation company. Since our founding in 1945, we have delighted over 85 million guests from around the globe. We currently maintain and operate a fleet of over 25 state-of-the-art boats from our offices in midtown Manhattan, in the heart of the Hudson River Park.

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CIRCLE LINE CRUISES

America’s Favorite Boat Ride offers world-renowned tour guides paired with spectacular views of NYC and the Statue of Liberty. One of the only tours to offer a complete loop around Manhattan, custom-designed boats have massive windows, snack bars and a choice of both on-deck and in-cabin seating. 

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NEW YORK WATER TAXI

NYC’s leading marine-based private transportation company. New York Water Taxi provides contract transportation services to corporations and municipalities on its modern fleet, as well as providing private charters for weddings, film shoots, parties and other events.

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NORTH RIVER LOBSTER COMPANY

New York City’s only floating lobster shack, North River Lobster Company sails from Midtown all day long during the summer, offering a fantastic variety of food, beer, wine, cocktails, and FUN! Grab a delicious lobster roll or a bucket of beer and enjoy the spectacular views from 3 sun-drenched decks.

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LA BARCA CANTINA

Eat tacos…on a boat! New York’s first and only floating Mexican restaurants is a fiesta on the Hudson. Come enjoy Mexican street food like tacos and ceviche, frozen drinks and a huge list of fine mexcal and tequila. 

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THE BEAST SPEEDBOAT RIDE

New York City’s only rollercoaster on the water! The Beast is a high-speed, 30-minute, jet-powered thrill ride twisting, turning and skimming its way from Midtown Manhattan to the Statue of Liberty and back. It’s loud, wet, wild and incredibly fun. 

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Meet the NYCL leadership team.

CRAIG KANARICK, Chief Executive Officer

CRAIG KANARICK

Chief Executive Officer

Craig Kanarick joined New York Cruise Lines in October, 2017, after a long career as a serial entrepreneur. Best known as the co-founder and former Chairman of industry-pioneering digital firm Razorfish, he served as the CEO of Mouth Foods immediately before coming to NYCL. He received degrees from the University of Pennsylvania and the MIT Media Lab.

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Chairman of the Board

Mr. Banks has a long history in public service, most notably as Chief of Staff and Deputy Director of Finance for The Council of the City of New York. His 16 years of government service spanned portions of the Koch, Dinkins, Giuliani, and Bloomberg administrations. Subsequently, he entered the private sector and had a distinguished 13-year career as Vice President of Government and Community Relations for Con Ed. In 2015, he was appointed President of the Real Estate Board of New York, serving until 2019. He joined the Board of New York Cruise Lines one year ago. Mr. Banks graduated from City University of New York-Baruch College.

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Have a thing for big boats and quintessential NYC landmarks? If so, then there's no better way to spend your summer than with Circle Line Sightseeing Cruises on one of the most popular piers and sightseeing boats on Manhattan! Assuming you can't think of a better way then you should probably come work with us and we'd love to hear from you.

Please email your resume and cover letter to [email protected] or fax to 212-630-8827.

Also check the job listings on New York Cruise Lines' website (our parent company) for an updated list of fulltime roles on and off the boats we love!

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I'm an NYU student who commutes from New York to Florida every weekend for my internship. I've spent nearly $10,000 on travel.

  • I'm an NYU student who landed a dream internship in Florida.
  • Every weekend, I super commute from New York to Florida to work my internship all weekend. 
  • I'm making a lot of money but I'm spending nearly $10,000 on travel during my super commute. 

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In high school, I ran my own travel agency. From that experience, I developed an appreciation for customer service and luxury hotel brands. When I enrolled at New York University last year, I decided to pursue an internship in the hospitality industry as a freshman.

However, given the relative scarcity of internships at luxury hotel companies in New York City, I broadened my search to opportunities nationwide. I got three interviews in three cities: Scottsdale, Arizona ; Las Vegas; and Naples, Florida — all during midterm season.

Undertaking these interviews was a massive gamble, requiring me to invest over $1,500 in plane tickets and fly to and from each city on the same day. But, I knew I had to bet on myself.

I received two offers: one from The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, and another from a corporate office in Las Vegas for a different hotel chain. Having admired The Ritz-Carlton my entire life, choosing the former option was a pretty easy decision.

However, navigating the logistical challenges of super commuting —coordinating flights, securing accommodations, and managing my full-time studies — has been anything but easy.

My schedule has been the most difficult part

I am incredibly fortunate to have a manager who has accommodated my unique schedule, allowing me to work exclusively on weekends. This arrangement makes my super-commute between New York and Florida feasible — albeit invariably tight.

My classes run from Monday through Friday — starting at 11 a.m. on Monday and ending at 12:15 p.m. on Friday. After class, I head to the airport, boarding either the subway or a train. Travel time often doubles as study time — whether in-flight or waiting at the gate . I typically take an Uber or a shuttle to my hotel after landing.

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Generally, the total travel time from my dorm to my hotel ranges from five to eight hours, door-to-door, depending on the airport and hotel locations. However, flight delays, such as one that resulted in my arriving at 1 a.m., can extend this timeline significantly.

Thankfully, the Ritz-Carlton provides highly competitive compensation — particularly due to the extensive hours required.

After finishing on Sunday, I head straight from the property to the airport to catch my 9 p.m. flight, arriving in New York around midnight. I then take a train or subway back to NYU, ultimately returning to my dorm between 2 and 3 a.m. on Monday.

This may not be feasible for everyone

I will acknowledge that achieving this particular feat was largely made possible by a unique set of circumstances. First, residing in New York City offers access to almost unlimited flights , ensuring flexibility in timing and competitive pricing. I have five airports within a train ride's distance to choose from.

On the accommodations front, being a Marriott associate has granted me significant discounts at Marriott hotels, keeping me profitable even amid Naples' sky-high winter prices. This benefit — combined with a supportive manager who has been very accommodating of my schedule — offers a level of flexibility that would have been unattainable under any other circumstances.

Plus, money certainly is certainly an issue. I use almost all of my pay to afford this travel. In all, I've spent just under $10,000 on hotels, flights, and cars. That means I will not have much money left over when this internship is over.

Even though it's difficult, I don't regret it

The transformative experiences and incredible lessons I'm learning at The Ritz-Carlton are preparing me for the future, instilling in me the values of diligence, adaptability, and a deep focus on customer satisfaction.

Despite the challenges of traveling thousands of miles monthly, the rewards have been immeasurable. Plus, the connections I have made, both within the company and in the broader community — many of whom come from backgrounds different from mine — have significantly broadened my perspective. I have encountered dozens of fascinating individuals simply by sitting next to them on a flight.

I'm often asked how I juggle my role at The Ritz-Carlton, coursework, and various other projects without feeling overwhelmed. My answer is simple: I don't see all of this as work but as the pursuit of my passions. Each task I embark on is driven by sincere interest and ambition, making every day an opportunity for discovery, learning, and personal growth.

Watch: Marriott International's Tina Edmundson tells Insider that the travel mindset has changed since the pandemic

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This summer, WFH stands for Working From Helm.

Grownups-only cruise line Virgin Voyages is floating an offer remote workers may not be able to refuse in 2024 — ditch your home office and set up shop at sea for a month, with everything you need to stay connected to your job, at a relatively reasonable fare.

Priced at $9,900 for two people — broken down per person, that’s a little more than the cost of your average 1-BR Manhattan apartment right now — the Scarlet Summer Season Pass will buy you four weeks on the Mediterranean aboard the award-winning line’s Scarlet Lady in a balcony cabin.

The pass is priced roughly 30 percent cheaper than normal. The offer will be available June-September of this year, Travel & Leisure first reported. All journeys will begin in Barcelona and include stops in Ibiza.

“If you’ve been wondering if your work-life balance could use a little more  life , we have the voyage offer for you,” an announcement read.

“Inspired by Richard Branson’s belief and track record that brilliant work is best paired with a hearty dose of fun, experience for yourself how four weeks exploring coastal towns in France, Spain, and Italy might be the exhilarating buoy you’ve been needing.”

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Fares on any Virgin Voyage include free internet and free coffee; passholders will be given a $10 credit at the onboard espresso bar as well as laundry service — you’ve got to look good on those video calls.

Other exclusive passholder benefits will include priority access to restaurant reservations and shore excursions, and access to a members-only sundeck.

Ready to go? Fill out this  form online – you’ll get an answer within 72 business hours. But make sure you’re all in, because the pass is non-refundable.

The upstart, adults-only line, which launched in 2021 with one ship, is now up to three — Travel + Leisure recently called it one of the best cruise lines for 2024.

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Adrienne Adams, the speaker of the City Council, announced on Wednesday an effort to help hire New Yorkers for important but unfilled city jobs . The plan, which she described during her third State of the City address at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, is intended to improve services for New Yorkers and provide access to good-paying jobs that will help people remain in the city.

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Why It Matters: New York is struggling to fill job vacancies.

New York City is the nation’s largest municipal employer, but has struggled recently to recruit and retain employees. As of September 2023, there were over 20,000 vacant municipal jobs, according to Council data.

The vacancies have caused delays in services that have affected the most vulnerable New Yorkers. For example, only 14 percent of applications for cash assistance were processed within the required 30 days during a four-month period last year, compared with 95 percent in 2019, according to data from the preliminary Mayor’s Management Report . City officials say they have recently hired 1,000 workers and reduced the delays in processing benefits.

“The pandemic and an unequal recovery have exacerbated economic hardships, while a lack of capacity within our city agencies has undermined access to assistance that families could once rely on,” Ms. Adams said in her address on Wednesday. “This does not have to be our reality.”

How the Plan Would Work: Partly by hiring CUNY students and seasonal workers.

Working with its largest municipal labor union, District Council 37, the city would fund an employment initiative starting this year that would create a pathway to city jobs for those at work force development programs at the City University of New York and other institutions. Participants would receive help with civil service test preparation and exam fees.

The second part of the effort would connect workers who are typically underemployed, including young people and asylum seekers, with seasonal city jobs such as cleanup crews or internships in various industries.

Henry Garrido, executive director of District Council 37, said in a statement that the initiative would be “an engine of economic opportunity and upward mobility for New Yorkers of all backgrounds.”

Background: Ms. Adams pointed to a lack of affordable housing as another reason people are leaving New York.

Ms. Adams has become one of the most vocal critics of Mayor Eric Adams’s administration. She has criticized its management of the city budget and its policies on housing and criminal justice while proposing alternate solutions.

On Wednesday, Ms. Adams continued her critique, saying that “years of understaffing and underinvestment have weakened critical agencies.” She said the Council would conduct its own evaluations and issue “report cards” to measure agencies’ performance in delivering services.

Ms. Adams noted that housing costs were forcing Black New Yorkers to leave the city in disproportionate numbers. Over the last two decades, she said, the city has lost 10 percent of its Black population, or nearly 200,000 people. “Without a path to build equity, longtime New Yorkers are moving elsewhere to build their legacies,” Ms. Adams said.

She called on the city to develop more housing, including by repurposing sites like the Aqueduct Racetrack in her Queens district and even by building on top of libraries. She said the Council would seek to change zoning rules to make it easier to use housing vouchers in private developments and would consider ways to lower the income level required to qualify for affordable housing.

Among her other priorities, Ms. Adams named mental health, maternal health, child care and addressing a surge in hate crimes. Regarding the influx of more than 180,000 migrants since the spring of 2022, Ms. Adams said the city needed “greater collaboration” to “strengthen” its response. She added that the Council would create a “new arrivals” task force to develop new ideas to help migrants integrate into the city.

“The Council is full of good policy ideas that can provide important solutions to our city’s challenges,” she said. “But laws and policies are only as good as their implementation.”

How the Mayor Responded: Mr. Adams said he and the speaker had the same priorities.

Mayor Adams, who attended the speech, has argued that his efforts to manage the migrant crisis and help the city recover from the coronavirus pandemic have been successful. He has embraced the slogan “jobs are up, crime is down” when evaluating his tenure so far.

But the recovery has been uneven . While there has been private sector job growth, much of it has been among low-wage jobs. Much of the wage gains have gone to higher earners. And the poverty rate reached 23 percent in 2022, a sharp increase compared with 2021.

The mayor, who is facing low-approval ratings and whose campaign is under investigation by federal authorities , said his administration had “worked in partnership” with the Council speaker to make the city more livable.

“The priorities the speaker laid out today are our shared priorities: child care, housing, women’s health care and more,” the mayor said in a statement, adding, “We look forward to digging into the speaker’s proposals.”

Jeffery C. Mays is a Times reporter covering politics with a focus on New York City Hall. More about Jeffery C. Mays

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