- Length : 210 feet
- Capacity : Parties or groups from 2 to 1,200
- Home Port : Hoboken, NJ
- Relocate : New York, New Jersey
Sailing on Cloud Nine
Luxurious. Well-appointed. Elegant.
These are just a few of the many words used to describe the Cornucopia Majesty. The 220-foot yacht is the largest and most multifaceted yacht in both New York and New Jersey. As her name suggests, the vessel is truly majestic in every way, from her 30,000-square-feet of interior space to her many amenities and top-notch features.
Seating for over a thousand
The Cornucopia Majesty offers her guests an incredible five dining rooms that can seat up to 1,200 people; this makes the vessel an ideal venue for client networking cruises, wedding receptions, fundraisers, meeting breakouts and large cocktail receptions. The yacht also boasts five dance floors, five bars and a total of six restrooms for passengers to use.
The Cornucopia Majesty’s Atrium is one of her most talked about decorative details; at an impressive 60 feet in height and finished with a gorgeous chandelier that hangs far above the yacht’s largest dance floor, it is easy to see why this section of the yacht is so awe-inspiring. The generous dance floor makes the Cornucopia Majesty an ideal location for Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, graduation dinners or post wedding celebrations.
A perfect place for a party or other event
The vessel also features a glass enclosed elevator for guests, a private VIP room, and an incredible open air observation deck that allows passengers to enjoy the scenic views or enjoy some serious stargazing.
The beautiful yacht caught the eye of the producers of the “Forbes Luxe 11” show, which ran on the Travel Channel. On the show’s list of top party boats, the Cornucopia Majesty came in at number nine.
- The Cornucopia Majesty is known as the largest luxury yacht in New York and New Jersey
- The yacht has over 30,000-square-feet of interior space
- This liner is designed to entertain and impress
- She hosts 5 dance floors, 5 bars and 6 rest rooms
- Decks 1, 2, and 3 can boast 300 people at a time
- Two feature rooms adequately named the Star Room and the Admiral Room provide space for smaller, intimate ceremonies