Brunch, Lunch and Dinner Cruises on Boston Harbor
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The last date listed for Odyssey Cruises' Luxury Brunch, Lunch and Dinner Cruises was Thursday June 23, 2016 / 7:00pm (Boarding Begins at 6:00pm).
Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Linda D'Anca D'Ambrosio
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Loved it so much. The food was incredible. This was a chocoholic fantasy as was chocolate and champagne brunch also. Chocolate fountain for dipping strawberries, bananas and loads of other chocolate items. The boat's top deck was perfect and the wind blowing was great as was very hot that day. The staff knew was our Anniversary and acknowledged that event by bringing us a special desert platter (of course chocolate on it too) and other items that was not in the buffet. LOVED IT!!!! I would definately go again. Well worth every penny.
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Nice boat and the waiters/waitresses were all very nice. My boyfriend and I had a good time for the first hour and a half and then he got a HORRIBLE stomach ache from the food! The guy who sings is entertaining for a while and then he gets REALLY...continued
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For dinner cruises, jackets are recommended for men and cocktail attire for women. For lunch, brunch or moonlight cruise, Odyssey recommends dressy-casual attire, such as nice slacks and collared shirts. They request that no jeans, shorts, tank tops, halter-tops, gym shoes or flip-flops be worn on any cruise.
Coffee, tea and iced tea are included in the ticket price. Any additional beverages may be purchased onboard at Odyssey’s cash bar.
Menu and entertainment are subject to change. Note that the Starlight Dinner cruise does not include a live band — only a DJ.
About the Ticket Supplier: Entertainment Cruises - Boston
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!