Cruise Celebrating New York’s Young Talent

January 6, 2016 by Damian O’Keeffe
Hornblower - Crain's 20 Under 20


Hornblower loves to celebrate greatness when we see it and we were recently massively impressed by the amazing smarts and determination shown by some of those that appeared on the Crain’s New York 20 Under 20 list.

Being ones to put our money where our mouth is, we decided to celebrate these talented young minds with a cruise aboard the super stylish Hornblower Esprit.

Here are the stories and successes of those who joined us:

You might know Ryan Kelly from the …

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Hornblower CEO Honored at Corporate Responsibility Awards

October 27, 2015 by Damian O’Keeffe


Hornblower Cruises & Events has always been a leader in our field when it comes to the environment, sustainability and corporate responsibility.

This approach has been intrinsic to Hornblower from the very beginning thanks to the vision and efforts of our Chairman and CEO, Terry Macrae. So, it’s great to see Terry’s commitment rewarded at City and State Magazine’s Corporate Social Responsibility Awards and being honored for Distinguished Lifetime Achievement in Promoting Environmentally Responsible Water Transportation.

Put simply, it’s for dedication to …

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Ask a New York City Concierge and They’ll Tell You Hornblower

September 23, 2015 by Damian O’Keeffe


A hotel’s concierge can often be the key to finding the best of what’s on offer to a city’s visitors. And that’s why Hornblower Cruise & Events is thrilled to have been nominated in the Best Sightseeing and Tours category for the 2015 Concierge Choice Awards (CCAs).

The CCAs honor premier individuals and businesses in the New York City visitor/service industries. They are chosen by the New York City Association of Hotel Concierges and the process is highly selective.

The awards recognize …

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Here’s to You, Mariners of New York Harbor!

February 27, 2015 by Cameron Clark


Let’s face it.  It’s cold out there. Yet, everything in this amazing metropolis continues to surge through these frigid days to get things done!

Working on the water, I automatically notice a group of hard working men and women fighting through the elements to ensure that the city keeps flowing. That’s right–those that work in New York Harbor and its rivers.

Don’t get me wrong. I appreciate and thank our police force, fire departments, emergency workers, construction workers, bus drivers, train conductors, …

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