The Hornblower cruise line is something that New York is never without. (Literally) You can always buy a party cruise ticket - no holiday needed lol.
Being next to such a large body of water, you have to monetize those sunshine-filled days on the Hudson River and remind everyone that you are never too far from Lady Liberty.
I had been on a (VERY) dull Hornblower cruise a few months prior, but this We Work Hornblower cruise was one that I did not want to turn down. Why is that? We Work’s “special guest” was supposed to be a good one. From what you have seen in the tabloids about We Work, you know that they spare no expense when it comes to social scenes and the “wow factor.” I figured this couldn’t just be some up-and-coming artist, but who knows because New York has plenty of those.
Although this was a We Work invite cruise, you of course could share the link with friends to also have them purchase a ticket.
(And no the ticket wasn’t crazy cheap it was still $45 if you did not get one of those early-bird tickets).
Drinks were free for the first hour, and they had appetizers go around along with an abundance of Cliff Bars. #NotImpressed. Scroll down to see who the guest was! I was at least impressed with that.