Join IFDA on the Willy Wall Aug. 23 for Drinks and NY Harbor Views

The IFDA welcomes all  to a spectacular evening on Manhattan Yacht Club’s floating clubhouse The Willy Wall!  

A unique NYC experience with fantastic views, fun music, amazing sunsets and the opportunity to watch the club’s sailing races.

We encourage you to bring a picnic dinner and beverages should be purchased at The Willy Wall’s full-service bar.

Thursday August 23rd  

Start Time: To catch the start of the Sailboat Races, catch the 5:45 or 6pm ferry.
Tickets do sell out, so please purchase yours early!

Buy your ticket here:

Getting to the Willy Wall:

  • Ferries leave every half hour from the World Financial Center Ferry Terminal in Manhattan and from both Surf City and The Warren Street Pier in Jersey City. From Manhattan you will be taking the Yellow Liberty Landing to Warren Street where the WW Launch will pick you up to take you to the Clubhouse.

  • The World Financial Center Ferry Terminal is located in Brookfield Place/ Battery Park City in Tribeca.  The closest subways are The World Trade Center, Chambers St 1,2,3 and Chambers St A train

  • In Jersey City the Launch Boat to the Willy Wall will first leave Surf City (where you can park your car) and then Warren Street Pier.

Your ferry ticket will include a ride from Manhattan to the Willy Wall and a return trip to Jersey City.

For options returning to Manhattan Click Here

For more information please check out the website here: 

Hope to see you there!!

Please RSVP HERE so IFDA knows how many tables to Reserve 

Note: Wear closed sturdy shoes as there will be wet surfaces and you will have to jump on to the ferry. We apologize; this event is not handicapped accessible. 

The International Furnishings and Design Association (IFDA), founded in New York City in 1947 and now with 10 chapters worldwide, provides a professional forum for communication and interaction among its high-profile members. The IFDA, a not-for-profit volunteer-run association, also promotes career advancement and educational opportunities and is structured to increase public awareness of the furnishings and design industry through specialized programming, networking and service to the community.