One of the biggest reasons to travel by ship is the views as you come into port. Yesterday, as my family sailed into an ice-filled New York Harbor—the final stop of a winter cruise to the Bahamas—I was reminded that certain amazing sights in this world can be seen only by ship. Even though I’m a jaded New Yorker who grew up in midtown Manhattan, the scene was otherworldly. It was well worth waking up at dawn, and shivering on my balcony, to capture it. Enjoy!
#tugboat breaking up the #ice for us in New York Harbor. #NYC #NorwegianBreakaway A photo posted by Wendy Perrin (@wendyperrin) on
42nd St. as viewed from the Hudson River on a Sunday morning in February. No zoom, no filter. Pulling into #NYC aboard #NorwegianBreakaway. A photo posted by Wendy Perrin (@wendyperrin) on
What’s your favorite port in the world to sail into?