Sunset Cruises with dinner should be booked in advance
August 14, 2017
We have been getting a great deal of last minute calls from people who want to book our Sunset Cruises with dinner. We have had to disappoint them. You must book at least 24 hours in advance, if you want to dine and cruise. But to be really sure you and your guests are not disappointed, book as far in advance as possible.
Yes, you can join a Sunset Cruise without dining
Sightseeing only tickets on our Sunset Cruises are offered. It may be possible to purchase on the day of sailing, but due to the popularity of our Sunset Cruises, there is no guarantee tickets will be available day of.
We offer 2 Sunset Cruises per week
Wednesday and Saturday night are your choices. Two other reasons to book as far in advance as possible are Saturday is our most popular cruise day and there are two seatings for dinner.
There are three menu choices that you must make at the time of booking:
Garden Greens Salad (cherry tomatoes, assorted sliced peppers, sliced cucumbers, red onion etc. with a gluten free and vegan dressing); Garlic and Olive Oil Brushed Oven Roasted 9oz Chicken Supreme served with Dijon, Honey Cream, Seasonal Vegetables including Maple Syrup Glazed Carrots, Creamed Potatoes; Dessert is Chef’s Choice
Garden Greens Salad (cherry tomatoes, assorted sliced peppers, sliced cucumbers, red onion etc. with a gluten free and vegan dressing); 6 oz Poached Salmon with Teriyaki Honey Glaze served with Creamed Potatoes and Seasonal Vegetables including Maple Syrup Glazed Carrots; Dessert is Chef’s Choice
Gluten Free, Vegan and Vegetarian Option for all meals; 2 Chickpea and Quinoa Stuffed Cabbage Rolls with a house made tomato and olive tapenade; Dessert is Chef’s Choice
You may book in advance online, by pushing the Book Now button at the top of the page.