International teams will compete in a regatta near the Statue of Liberty from Friday through Sunday.
The rush-hour service will run from Pier 84 to Brookfield Place.
The park is hoping to find a balance between for-profit businesses and free boating programs.
The city recently added the graveyard, which houses dozens of unused ships, to a British tourism guide.
This year's AIA Around Manhattan Boat tour will look at the waterfront in a post-Sandy city.
Residents are trying to stop the National Parks Service from shutting down the Great Kills Marina.
Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance's Parade of Boats will bring dozens of ships to the harbor.
The city is looking to replace three of its largest Staten Island Ferries and modify three others.
Lower Manhattan offers plenty of places to sail, swim, kayak and cruise this summer.
If you can't make it downtown to farewell Fleet Week, you can watch a live stream of the departing ships.
Classic Harbor Line will offer sailing trips with beer-and-cheese pairings, among others.
A trio of artists will launch an interactive project using mini boat cams on Greenpoint's Newtown Creek.
Luxury yacht tours run by Hornblower Cruises will feature music, bottle service, and stunning city views.
The public can enjoy the Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance's signature Parade of Boats for free this year.
Mayor Bloomberg announced that a new 4,000-passenger cruise ship will be docking in Manhattan starting in 2013.
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