by Irish lassie
Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania
July 2, 2001
They also offer a Sunday Brunch Cruise. We enjoyed this cruise on a sunny Sunday afternoon that allowed us to catch some sun and enjoy a scenic cruise with a delicious buffet that was exceedingly well-prepared considering that it was prepared hours before we ate it. Reservations needed at least one week in advance and more in the busy summer months. They also had a cash bar available for those who wanted.
While we did not take it, the brochure lists a nightclub on the water cruise. The brochure advises you to dance the night away in the fresh air breezes to sounds of their disc jockey’s latest tunes. Cash bar and light menu available. Groups welcomed. Reservations recommended.
They also list a lunch cruise which we did not take either.
They list this a two-hour cruise through Toronto’s impressive harbourfront while sampling a light buffet-style luncheon.
Again reservations are recommended especially in the summer months.
From journal A weekend in Toronto with Mamma Mia