Ahoy, matey! Take waterfront dining to the next level with drinks and eats aboard a boat.

From schooners to floating barges, here's where to dock this summer. Slip into your Topsiders and hop aboard.

The Brooklyn Barge

This floating bar and restaurant on a barge
This floating bar and restaurant on a barge in Greenpoint opens for its first full summer season on May 25. In addition to a menu featuring tacos, chicken sandwiches, rum punch and much more, the Brooklyn Barge also offers activities like kayaking, sailing lessons and catch-and-release fishing lessons. Talk about a one-stop shop. Milton Street by the East River, Greenpoint, .thebrooklynbarge.com (Credit: Jason Burke)

Grand Banks

This oyster bar aboard the historic hand-built wooden
This oyster bar aboard the historic hand-built wooden schooner, the Sherman Zwicker, is back for another season on the Hudson River. Find a fresh selection of East Coast and West Coast oysters ($3-$4), as well as small seafood plates, including a lobster roll. Specialty cocktails ($15-$16), wine and craft beer are also on board, so sip and wave hello to Lady Liberty. Hudson River Park's Pier 25, 212-960-3390, grandbanks.org (Credit: Grand Banks)

The Water Table

Enjoy dinner while cruising through New York Harbor
Enjoy dinner while cruising through New York Harbor aboard this historic, 62-foot-long WWII-era ship dubbed the Revolution. A New England-based menu is served Thursday through Sunday, including courses like smoked scallop lobster bisque and lobster mac and cheese, with a variety of specialty cocktails and wine and beer also available. Sights include the Brooklyn Navy Yard, Tower One and Lady Liberty. Reservations required. Departs from India Street Pier, 10 India St., Greenpoint, 917-499-5727, thewatertablenyc.com (Credit: The Water Table via Facebook)

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Manhattan by Sail

Do brunch or a beer or wine tasting
Do brunch or a beer or wine tasting on a sailboat. On Sundays at 11 a.m., the two-hour, all-ages Champagne Brunch sets sail aboard the Shearwater Classic Schooner. Enjoy a buffet of salmon, croissants, bagels, muffins, quiche, yogurt parfaits and an open Champagne bar while taking in views of the Manhattan skyline and Statue of Liberty. Also on Sundays, craft beer tastings are at noon and wine tastings are at 4:30 p.m. North Cove Marina, 385 South End Ave., 212-619-6900, manhattanbysail.com (Credit: Manhattan by Sail )

The Frying Pan

The West Side destination for day drinking is
The West Side destination for day drinking is once again open for the season on the Hudson. The floating railroad barge includes a bar and grill, where you can get buckets of beer, pitchers of sangria and glasses of rose, as well as Pat La Frieda burgers and Melt ice cream sandwiches. Moored alongside the barge is the Lightship Frying Pan, a historic steel vessel that was once at the bottom of Chesapeake Bay before it was rescued and brought to New York that you can explore while waiting for a table to open up. Pier 66 in Hudson River Park, 212-989-6363, fryingpan.com (Credit: The Frying Pan)

North River Lobster Co.

This three-floor floating lobster shack is also back
This three-floor floating lobster shack is also back on the Hudson River for another go-round. The casual and fun atmosphere is great for groups, hosting 450 guests at capacity. Order one of the Mason jar cocktails, such as the Nautical Margarita. And what's a lobster company without a lobster roll? Here, there are four takes on the classic summer staple, each priced at $25. Other menu items include shrimp, crab, oysters and clams. Time your visit for one of six times a day when the 600-square-foot boat leaves the dock and sails on the Hudson for 45 minutes. Pier 81 at W. 41st Street, 212-630-8831, northriverlobsterco.com (Credit: North River Lobster Co.)

Spirit of New York

Book a ride on one of Spirit Cruises'
Book a ride on one of Spirit Cruises' summer sails this season. There are a variety of options, including lunch and dinner cruises. 61 Chelsea Piers, 866-483-3866, spiritcruises.com (Credit: Spirit Cruises)

La Nuit en Rose

Calling all rosé lovers. This two-hour chic Hudson
Calling all rosé lovers. This two-hour chic Hudson River cruise abroad the Hornblower Infinity Yacht is all about the pink wine. Sample from more than 150 rosé wines from around the world, with sommeliers on hand to assist with pairings, while enjoying bites from the oyster and truffle bars and food buffet. Guests are encouraged to wear summer clothes with a pink detail. Multiple cruises will be held each day from June 9-11, $95/person; Pier 40 at 353 West St., nuitrose.com (Credit: Guillaume Gaudet)

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