Cruises are a luxurious way to relax and see the sights, unlike boarding dolphins equipped with saddles, which usually results in whiplash and water-filled lungs. Cruise the blue in comfort with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $73 for a 2.5-hour Sunday dinner cruise (up to a $122.26 value, including taxes and fees)
- $83 for a 3-hour Monday–Friday dinner cruise (up to a $138.58 value, including taxes and fees)
- $106 for a 3-hour Saturday dinner cruise (up to a $176.66 value, including taxes and fees)
Following a scenic route that passes by the Museum Campus, Navy Pier, and the signature skyline of the Loop, the Odyssey II takes passengers on an elegant evening of sights, food, and entertainment. While taking in the scenery through the large windows, guests dive into a three-course meal from a menu that includes hearts of palm with assorted vegetables and citrus vinaigrette, herb-marinated chicken with sage and rosemary, and mini pastry cups. Cocktail attire is requested for all guests.
Casting a striking silhouette on the placid waters of Lake Michigan, the Odyssey II has been constructed with three decks of wraparound windows and an open top deck for hosting elegant cruises that drift by some of Chicago’s most scenic vistas. Cruises take advantage of the yacht’s glass windows, passing by the architectural marvels of Chicago’s skyline or drifting under an illuminated night sky. Lunch, dinner, and brunch outings serve guests with delectable multicourse meals. Live music accompanies evening cruises, meaning guests can hit the boat’s dance floor and show off their Nobel Prize–winning dance moves before night’s end.
92% of 607 customers recommend
“Elegant, pampered great food and wonderful history”
“The cruise was great. My sister & I had a wonderful evening.”
“Definitely board as early as you can get on the ship for the best experience. Also, pretty much every table has a window view so there's no need to spend the money...”
“Definitely board as early as you can get on the ship for the best experience. Also, pretty much every table has a window view so there's no need to spend the money to upgrade”