Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Montreal Dinner Cruise. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
The dinner cruise nice. The dinner was just ok. There was a high school dinner and party on our cruise. The crew did a good job keeping things separate. It was fun doing YMCA with the crew and students.
I was under a false impression that there would be music and dancing,and was disappointed there was not.One meal had to be returned, but they did bring a better cut of filet back
cruse was great, i dont understand why it cost more with viator than direct??????? also little that we knew ,sitting by a window is reserve for groups ??? so we got a place in the corner of deck a?????? still saw scenery from a far besides that is was a first time pleasureful experience, so what dissapointed in seating arrangments but it all good
You do not see much of the sights as it is dark. Food was good.Entertainment great . Had fun and enjoyed, although do not recommend to go alone.Better bring a partner otherwise you feel a bit lonely like I.
The first two courses were not very nice, but the main and deserts were very nice. It rained all evening meaning the boot went out of the harbour for about 15 minutes and then sat there for 3 hours and then came back. And we couldn't see any of the city. If you are going,make sure you have the weather on your side. After the meal you could go to the other decks where a disco was going on - the kids enjoyed that.
The staff were really nice and helpful. There should have been more help. The food was pretty good, not worth the cost of the tickets.
After boarding and being shown to a table, nothing was explained to us until the first food was served and there was a sudden realization by staff that we had simply been ignored since being seated. Not a good start to the evening.
The boat itself is overdue for a makeover, but I was looking forward to my 5 course dinner. The service was great, but the food was pretty disgusting. The 4 of us at the table are very little off of our plates. What made the trip worth it was dancing under the stars on the deck!
Viator advertised lower prices, but in fact, it was much more expensive. Tickets were $99 per person in Montreal. It is not worth it to use Viator.
This was really in two parts - Cruise and Dinner. The evening we went, it poured continuously. The 'views' were less than wonderful, in fact, a good part of the time we saw nothing but blur on the windows. The food was very good. Somewhere between four and five star meal. Typical of fine dining, portions were small, but enjoyable. If you are able to get a good weather evening, this could be a pleasant event. I would not book in advance as we had done, but wait and buy the tickets the day you want to cruise.
The experience was well worth it. My major issue was that they used a sound system that resulted in the DJs voice being screamed at you on the top deck. Ruined the enjoyment of the final ride down the seaway.
If you would like to have a less than average meal with terrible waiter service and views of the shipping containers then you should take this long and painful dinner cruise!!!! It started with a terrible glass of cider and the combo of bad drink and food continued. Then the DJ started, Urgh! Awful night!