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34 Star Starred
Spirit Cruise Ships
Inner Harbor 561 Light Street Baltimore, MD 21202
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3 events
1 review
12 stars
I wore blouse abduction slacks. Most women wore dresses. Most men wore slacks and shirts..
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6 events
5 reviews
2 stars
Follow the FAQ on the website and you'll be fine.
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Spirit Cruises' Buffet Cruises
76 ratings
4.3 average rating
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4 events
1 review
8 stars
attended Jul 10 2011

This cruise was at the Baltimore Inner Harbor. I always enjoy visiting the Inner Harbor. However, the Spirit cruise line is showing some wear and tear. It definitely in need of some loving care. The food was average and we did not order any...continued

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27 events
9 reviews
2 stars
attended Jul 12 2012

Great fun for all. Great service and very good food.

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6 events
2 reviews
6 stars
attended Sep 18 2011

This event was just fabulous! It was my Mother and Father-In-Laws 46th Anniversary! And the Spirit Cruises Family went all out for them. From the serenades to the great photos to put on FaceBook. The crazy part was they were terrified of boats and...continued

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See Spirit’s 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 - Baltimore

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!