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March 21, 2004
For an adult's night out, we've opted to book a tour on the Sterling Casino Cruise. Our stay with the Summer Bay Resort made this getaway so convenient and worry-free. We booked this tour through them and they took care of the rest. The bus transportation to and from Port Canaveral was free, by the way.
Sterling Casino Cruise sails twice daily at 11am and 7pm, seven days a week. They offer free admission, free deli buffet (not that spectacular, but it's food!), free drinks while gambling, and free entertainment.
Before you board the ship, there will be somebody from the Sterling Casino Cruise who will come out to the bus and hand out boarding passes. Make sure you have these and your photo ID's handy. They WILL Check. No kids are allowed.
Once you board the Ambassador II, you will be greeted with:
Would we do this again? You betcha! I hope you'll have as much fun as we did. Ahoy there, mate!!
For more information, please go to Sterling Casino Lines website.
From journal Calmative Christmas in Orlando
November 6, 2003
From journal Capture the magic of Disney
February 20, 2003
Well, the ship was very nice and quite large. The food, which was complimentary, was very good and there was lots of it. There were 4 or 5 floors of gaming, and the entertainment was good too. The drinks were free if you could find a cocktail waitress. However, it was a very windy day and I am prone to motion sickness, which spoiled the trip for me. I was not the only one, and I felt they should have to advise people of that possibility when they made reservations (which are required).
From journal Winter in Florida