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152 Star Starred
Spirit of Chicago
Navy Pier 600 East Grand Avenue Chicago, IL 60611
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The weather was 67 degrees slightly windy. I wore a dress and high heels. Some people wore jeans and nice shirt but most in business casual..
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7 reviews
0 stars
attended Sep 22 2009

I liked it, but it is NOT worth the full retail price. So if your thinking of doing it, go with Goldstar...I think at this price (50% off) then its great. The food was good too...Fondue for dessert. I dont know what people are complaining...continued

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attended Aug 31 2008

Food was average. The cruise directors were horrible. It's was like a bad wedding party...

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18 stars
attended Sep 09 2008

Food was adequate, but the selection could have been better. The deserts were poor.

The entertainment was nice, but definately amatuer. The cruise was lovely, but the smokers were everywhere, ugh.

The service department on the phone was...continued

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See the dinner buffet menu (menus subject to change).

For evening cruises, recommended attire is business casual to dressy. For men, recommended attire includes slacks and a polo or button-down shirt. For women, nice slacks, capri pants or a sundress are recommended. Spirit discourages collarless T-shirts, jeans, shorts or sneakers. Afternoon cruises are generally more relaxed, and casual attire is fine.

About the Ticket Supplier: Entertainment Cruises - Chicago

In January of 2006, a new chapter was written in the logbooks of both Spirit Cruises and Premier Yachts as they merged the best of both companies into one remarkable corporation called Entertainment Cruises, Inc. With 23 vessels serving eight cities with six unique cruise products, Entertainment Cruises is focused on creating even more superior dining and entertainment experiences for its guests. New ships, new cruise products, new ways to enjoy America's greatest waterways - they are all coming your way in the years ahead. Welcome Aboard!