Circle Line Cruises will host a NYC Pup cruise on the Hudson River
In July, New Yorkers can take their pup on a boat cruise and enjoy a good cause at the same time.
To celebrate International Friendship Day on Saturday, July 30, locals’ favorite sightseeing cruise, Circle Line, is allowing passengers to take their dog for an hour-long boat ride. For the first time in Circle Line history, dogs will be allowed on board this limited-time cruise. The trip is dubbed Pawsitively Perfect Pup Cruise and departs at 11am.
Once the boat sets sail, guests can expect sweeping views of the city from the Hudson River, and they may even catch a glimpse of the Statue of Liberty. To satisfy every dog’s wish, treat the options of Little L’s Bakery and Pet Shop will be available, and the cruise will also be outfitted with fancy custom bandanas for your pup to play sports on.
The initiative finds Circle Line in partnership with North Shore Animal League America, with the aim of encouraging the adoption of pets. There will be a mobile adoption event from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., where guests can discover and meet the many four-legged friends looking for homes.
Tickets are $20 per person, while dogs sail for free. Circle Line will donate proceeds from each ticket sale to Animal League America.
“We are beyond thrilled with the Pawsitively Perfect Pup cruise and look forward to seeing all participants enjoy a great day on the water with their dog,” New York Cruise Lines CEO Craig Kanarick said in a statement. . “New York City is teeming with dedicated dog lovers and through our partnership with North Shore Animal League America, guests will have the opportunity to adopt a pet and create lasting memories.”
For more information and to buy your ticket, you can visit this link.