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Monthly Archives: September 2013
It ain’t a Pirate Ball without rum! We will be featuring a beautiful selection of rums, including Don Rafael Cacao Rum from Cacao Prieto in Red Hook, Brooklyn, Owney’s NYC Rum from The Noble Experiment in Brooklyn, and an assortment of rum from Rum Clément, distilled on the beautiful Caribbean island of Martinique!
Pirate Ball on the Waterfront Museum Barge
390 Conover Street, Brooklyn, NY 11231
(718) 624 – 4719
Take the IKEA Express Water Taxi Shuttle
Catch the New York Water Taxi at Wall Street’s Pier 11 in Manhattan either at 6:40 or 7:20 and ride to Brooklyn’s IKEA superstore in Red Hook. A Pirate Ball Shuttle bus will be available at 7:15 and 7:40 to take you directly to the Waterfront Museum. Return transportation by Water Taxi not available. http://www.nywatertaxi.com/tours/ikea
Travel by Train/Bus
There are no direct subway routes to the Waterfront Barge. You must continue from the train to the B61 bus.
From A, C or F trains: Get off at Jay St. Metrotech station. Walk south along Jay St. (which becomes Smith St.) to Livingston where you can catch the B61.
From the F or G trains: Get off at 4th Ave./9th St. and take the B61 on 9th St.
From 2, 3, 3, or 5 trains: Get off at Borough Hall. Walk south along Court St to Atlantic Ave. Catch the B61 on Atlantic Ave just around the corner from Court St.
Travel by Car
The Waterfront Museum Barge is a 5 minute drive from the Brooklyn Queens Expressway at the Atlantic Ave (if heading east) or Hamilton Ave (if heading west) exits.
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