Watch the sun slip below the horizon on this Grand Cayman dinner cruise, departing from Seven Mile Beach. Sail aboard a luxury catamaran and dine on Caribbean cuisine by candlelight for a romantic evening under the stars. Bask in the sunset views of the island while you delight in a cocktail from the cash bar. Then enjoy a 3-course gourmet meal of Cayman specialties.
Grand Cayman dinner cruise
Relax aboard a luxury catamaran as you coast past Seven Mile Beach at sunset
Sip a cocktail from the cash bar aboard the boat
Be awed by breathtaking views of the Cayman Islands as you sail in the Caribbean
Enjoy a 3-course gourmet dinner and delicious coffee
Your Grand Cayman catamaran cruise departs from Seven Mile Beach before the sun sets. Once you set sail, select a tropical cocktail from the cash bar and relax during a luxurious tour as your vessel drifts over tranquil, turquoise waters.
Glide past the shoreline’s coral sands and savor a breathtaking display of Caribbean colors during a vivid sunset. Share your Grand Cayman dinner cruise with a special someone when your catamaran anchors for a 3-course, gourmet candlelit dinner.
Choose from a variety of themed courses including an appetizer, entree, sides and dessert, before returning to Seven Mile Beach.
The ship is small so it was a very nice way to spend an evening having a delicious dinner, drinks, and visiting with new friends. The ship was very clean and the service perfect. We throughly enjoyed this dinner cruise. Just a suggestion, wear sandals or tennis shoes and shorts or skorts long dresses are nice but boarding the ship you walk through sand and up the gang plank be careful you can slip.
Grand Cayman Candlelight Dinner Cruise was a Great Evening Experience. The Crew was Extremely Friendly and went Overboard, Pun Intended, to make everyone's' night perfect. We both had a marvelous romantic cruise. Highly Recommend
One of the best parts of our vacation. It was so relaxing and peaceful, the entire family loved it. The food was good and the staff was engaging and funny. The welcome and safety speech was the funniest one I've ever heard. So glad we did this and would defiantly do again!
In general its a great trip and experience. I have been on many islands and all have sunset cruises, but Ive never seen a sunset dinner. The crew was courteous and professional, cash bar mixed solid drinks. Appetizers were good, fish cake was very tasty, tomato soup did not taste canned. The buffet sides were quite good, entrees hit or miss. Fish tacos were good, ribs had been boiled, jerk chicken was rubbery, scenery was spectacular. Certainly worth doing