Brooklyn Cruise Terminal

Red Hook Terminal Pier #12
70 Imlay Street
Located in Red Hook Brooklyn, opposite Governors Island, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal's official address is Red Hook Terminal Pier #12. The Queen Mary 2 sails from this terminal and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is regarded as New York's most modern l... more
Located in Red Hook Brooklyn, opposite Governors Island, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal's official address is Red Hook Terminal Pier #12. The Queen Mary 2 sails from this terminal and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is regarded as New York's most modern luxury cruise ship terminal. Currently Brooklyn cruise line destinations include England, the Caribbean, Canada, New England and a world cruise. Several cruise lines sail from this terminal. Historically, this area of Brooklyn’s waterfront served as the gateway for the nation’s goods and people for more than 150 years. Pier 12, developed just prior to the Civil War, served almost exclusively as a cargo pier for all types of goods. Reopened in 2005, the terminal is New York's most modern luxury cruise ship terminal. Parking at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is about 200-300 yards south of the terminal entrance/exit. Parking resides in an outdoor lot with security. Handicap spaces are available and the same rates apply as follows. Reservations are not needed to park. For inquiries regarding Brooklyn Cruise Terminal parking, please contact: By email: BCT@nycedc.com By phone: (718) 246-2794 x303 Embarking Passengers arriving by private car sho... more

Located in Red Hook Brooklyn, opposite Governors Island, the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal's official address is Red Hook Terminal Pier #12. The Queen Mary 2 sails from this terminal and the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is regarded as New York's most modern luxury cruise ship terminal. Currently Brooklyn cruise line destinations include England, the Caribbean, Canada, New England and a world cruise. Several cruise lines sail from this terminal.

Historically, this area of Brooklyn’s waterfront served as the gateway for the nation’s goods and people for more than 150 years. Pier 12, developed just prior to the Civil War, served almost exclusively as a cargo pier for all types of goods. Reopened in 2005, the terminal is New York's most modern luxury cruise ship terminal.

Parking at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is about 200-300 yards south of the terminal entrance/exit. Parking resides in an outdoor lot with security. Handicap spaces are available and the same rates apply as follows. Reservations are not needed to park. For inquiries regarding Brooklyn Cruise Terminal parking, please contact: By email: BCT@nycedc.com By phone: (718) 246-2794 x303

Embarking Passengers arriving by private car should drop off luggage and passengers at the Terminal curbside first, and then proceed to either the on-or off-site parking lots. Immediately upon entering the Terminal, passengers will be directed towards the security and passenger screening area, and check-in area.

Disembarking Following retrieval of baggage and exiting the Terminal building, returning passengers will be directed to awaiting coaches, taxis/limousines and car parking. Passengers with cars may first retrieve their car and then pick-up luggage and fellow travelers.

Parking Parking at the Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is about 200-300 yards south of the terminal entrance/exit. Parking resides in an outdoor lot with security. Handicap spaces are available and the same rates apply as follows. Reservations are not needed to park. Parking Rates Effective 4/1/08 Short Term (Up to 1 Hour) $6.00 Short Term (Up to 2 Hours) $7.00 Short Term (Up to 6 Hours) $12.00 Daily Rate (10 Hours) $17.00

Overnight Rate (24 Hours) $22.00

Day Rate After 1st Day (Multi Days) $19.00 For inquiries regarding Brooklyn Cruise Terminal parking, please contact: By email: BCT@nycedc.com By phone: (718) 246-2794 x303


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Red Hook Terminal Pier #12
70 Imlay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 246-2794
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