New York, NY
When looking for a venue for wedding, a corporate event, meeting, conference or convention, you want amenities and a location that are going to impress, ensure engagement and are perfectly executed.
Hornblower Cruises & Events offers cruises from several locations in Manhattan, including at Pier 40 in the West Village and Pier 15 in the South Street Seaport. Hornblower’s affiliate, Statue Cruises, operates passenger services from Battery Park.
Boasting New York’s newest fleet of luxury yachts, delicious dining and drink options, onboard entertainment, dance floors, flexible spaces, and attentive, friendly staff, nothing’s more impressive than a Hornblower cruise.
Hornblower New York offers a full range of cruises to accommodate any group. One-hour sightseeing cruises featuring state-of-the-art audio tour options in eight languages. Happy hour and late-night party cruises. Elegant lunch, brunch and dinner cruises. Fully customizable charters. We have a cruise for every budget and will work closely with you to find the best fit for your leisure, corporate or student group.
Our dedicated and experienced tour & travel team understands the very specific needs of tour operators. We offer generous tour operator discounts and flexible policies and work closely with our event coordinators to ensure carefree planning and delighted customers.
No matter what your needs may be, Hornblower will be happy to help you deliver a unique, memorable experience.
Unrivaled atmosphere and views
Food and drink packages tailored to your party
Help from an experienced event planner
Fun for everyone
Whether you’re keeping it low-key or making it a large celebration, the perfect engagement party idea is a cruise aboard one of Hornblower’s luxury yachts.
How Hornblower Cruises and Events helps:
Event planning including advice on how to get the most out of your event
A unique space made to work in line with what you need
Food and drink packages
Amazing views and atmosphere
Impress on any budget
West Hollywood, CA
Jane Lockhart wasn’t always a baker! She found store-bought desserts “too sweet” and “too commercial.” When Jane and her husband Donald started dating, he often cooked dinner while she would experiment with some simple desserts. Jane realized early on that when the freshest ingredients were used, desserts could be moist, not overly sweet, and indeed wonderful! With support from family and friends Jane began baking out of her house, selling her delicious desserts to Los Angeles restaurants. Her reputation for quality and taste grew and on May 5, 1988 the Sweet Lady Jane bakery opened its doors! Sweet Lady Jane uses only the finest imported chocolate, the freshest butter and cream, the highest quality in-season fruit, no mixes (as many bakeries do), and no preservatives. At Sweet Lady Jane we break our own eggs, peel our own apples, roll our own pastry, and squeeze our own lemons.
Sweet Lady Jane has been featured in various media, including: Oprah, Newsweek, In-Style, In-Style Weddings, Entertainment Weekly, Access Hollywood, eXtra, Los Angeles Magazine, Bon Appetit, the Los Angeles Times, People, and many others. The Food Network has included Jane in no less than four of its programs, including: “The Best Of,” “Top 5,” “The Secret Life of Pies,” and “Extreme Cuisine.” W Magazine rated Sweet Lady Jane #1 in their “Little Black Book”, and Town and Country called Jane the “West Coast Cake Diva.” Los Angele’ KCAL-9 rated our lunch as one of the nine best in town. The internationally-renowned Zagat Guide calls Jan’ cakes “works of art,” her pastries “heavenly,” her sandwiches “yummy,” and says that Sweet Lady Jane is “the best place in town for dessert.”