The nine-year-old Brooklyn Cruise Terminal is located in Red Hook, New York, an industrial neighborhood that's just a short drive from Manhattan. At one time, it was home to one of the busiest ports in the nation, but these days, you’ll probably grab a meal on Van Brunt Street and catch a glimpse of Lady Liberty from the end of the dock, or just head out of the neighborhood to explore. Brooklyn is the most populous of all five New York City boroughs, and it's known for arts and culture: Check out the Brooklyn Brewery, the New York Transit Museum, or the Brooklyn Academy of Music. The rest of the city? It’s all just a cab or water taxi away.