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The tour was the best short tour I've ever experienced. So laid back and fun!
The staff was fantastic! I did not expect such wonderful service and was pleasantly surprised that the crew would get us more drinks (which were NOT stingy on the liqueur) and take away our trash. It was a wonderful and fun evening.
It was lovely and peaceful, but the trip is advertised as a Sunset Champagne Cruise and we had to ask for the champagne. It wasn't offered., and the man opening the bottle was not overjoyed at having to open it. So we were not pleased with that. But the catamaran and cruise was just lovely.
Yummy appetizers and drinks. Unforgettable sunset. Attentive and courteous crew. A great time!
Didn't get to spend as much time on the water as we would have liked. The crew were excellent, fod and drink good and overall, worth doing.
It was a nice sunset cruise. The crew was very friendly and accomodating. The food was good. Interesting boat too. Turns out that it was a racing catamaran that used to be owned by James Arness, Gunsmoke's Marshall Dillon. It was called "Seasmoke." My wife and I had a great time.
Staff was great - very friendly and professional. Going up the northern coast was beautiful and the sunsets speak for themselves!
This sucked there were not seats or tables the sail boat was rocky. The dinner was some fried chicken and ribs
The trip was not at all what we expected. Our voucher told us we were to be picked up at our hotel, the day of the dinner we called and confirmed our dinner and were told that a long dress or pants might not be the best clothing because we would probably get wet. The best choice would be to wear shorts. FIRST CLUE. We were picked up on the beach in back of our hotel. When we arrived at the catamaran, a little shocked needless to say, this was not the picture we looked at on line when we booked our dinner cruise. Come to find out the other boat we thought we were going on had a private party booked. When the crew started talking about what was to take place that evening, and then mentioned that if anyone got seasick they would make as comfortable as possible, SECOND CLUE! We were all offered a mai tai, I myself took water my husband took the mai tai. The dinner, ah what can I say about cold kentucky fried chicken, cold ribs, gooey garlic mashed potatoes, and a nice salad if you could get to it because the water was so rough that you couldn't walk, everyone was sitting inside on the benches. Within 20 minutes the little boy on the cruise started throwing up. I could not wait for this to be over. Worst trip on a boat ever had. I was offered champagne, my husband was not. Didn't see anyone else with any either. The crew members were very nice, helpful, and very friendly. Would not recommend this to anyone. But learned to question and investigate a little more when we book anything else like this.