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76 Star Starred
Corks Away Wine Cruises Dock
194 Marina Drive #101 Long Beach, CA 90803
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"Wine on the Water" Mixers/Couples Cruises
52 ratings
4.8 average rating
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attended Sep 26 2010

Was charged sales tax and upfront 18% tip when arrived at dock. Was not allowed to board unless I paid. Very unhappy about that since I was under the impression what I paid Goldstar were all of the charges. Appetizers were marginal at best, Nuts...continued

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attended Sep 24 2010

I surprised my fiance with this sail boat cruise for his birthday and we absolutely loved it! I heard about it thru a friend at work, but didn't get many details, so my expectations were low. Needless to say, it exceeded expectations by far! ...continued

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3 stars
attended Aug 06 2011

What a great experience!! The captain and the server (Ryan) were both extremely friendly, helpful, easy-going, and fun. The wine was great (5 servings) and the homemade appetizers were incredible. We ended up bonding with the other couples on the...continued

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Join Corks Away Wine Adventures for an evening of wine on the water. The Mixers/Couples Cruise is an hour and thirty minute experience with five wines and three paired appetizers on a boat staffed by a U.S. Coast Guard Approved Captain and a Corks Away certified Dock Deck Hand. This pleasure cruise takes guests through the protected waterways of Naples Island, Treasure Island, The Long Beach Peninsula and The Alamitos Bay aboard the Wildflower or Sunflower, six-guest capacity, fully-restored 1961 and 1971 classic sailboats. These six-guest passenger vessels have been specifically designed for comfort to create the intangible experience of wine on the water. The Wildflower has seating for four upfront and a side bench seat to accommodate the 5th and 6th guests, and the Sunflower is Cork’s Away’s newest vessel, restored from 1971 with seating for six guests at the bow.