It's really a good place to take pictures. You can take lots of pictures about the skyline, the islands and the Statue of Liberty. The ferry here runs about every 20/30 minutes. This island is not particularly beautiful, but if you like hiking and history, it's very suitable for you. There are many interesting scenic spots with long history.
There are five districts in New York City, one is Manhattan, one is Brooklyn, one is Queens, one is Bronx, and the last one is an island called Standen Island, which has free ferry to cross. The pier is at the South pier, that is to say, from the bottom of the downtown area by boat, but it is not very clear. There is only one ferry after entering, so it should not go wrong. The peak period is about half an hour. On the way, it will pass the Statue of Liberty. Of course, it is only a long view. If you have no interest in the Statue of Liberty, you can do this free ferry. Well, the sailing time of the ship is half an hour. It is suggested that we take a walk on the island.
M15 is the port, off peak half an hour, the ship is super large, there are bathroom, shop, two floors up and down, sailing time is 25 minutes, you can see the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyline, heard that there is no subway on this island, the price is the cheapest in New York, we took a boat, no time to see the island.
Take a ferry to see the Statue of Liberty in the United States must see the scenery, take a boat to see the cross-strait scenery, can see the beautiful gulls flying over, can see the lovely sea lion sunshine, can see the distant U.S. warships, the most important symbol of American democracy is the Statue of Liberty!