Dinner Cruise Definition: a non-exclusive
cruise, made up of a variety of different people who do not know
each other, but wish to have a wonderful meal, enjoy the scenery
and enjoy themselves.
Toronto Harbour has many different
types of boat cruises to offer: Sightseeing, private charter and
open to the public cruises.
Public dinner cruises are available
on a variety of afternoons and evenings from Spring to Fall. There
are dinner dances, brunch cruises, Fireworks, Air Show, Mothers
and Fathers Day, to name a few.
These events are perfect for a single
person to join, a couple who wishes to go somewhere different,
or a small group that cannot afford to charter a whole ship to
themselves. These cruises are generally four hours in total and
include a buffet meal and a cash bar. All cruises include a DJ
to play your favourite tunes and to enhance your dancing pleasure.
Some cruises have extra entertainment, e.g. casino, fireworks
display, Elvis impersonator.
So the next time you want to have
a date with friends or a loved one, a dinner cruise on a Toronto
boat is something to consider.