Choose from Four Options
- $46 for a brunch cruise for two, valid Sunday ($79.90 value)
- $65 for a dinner-buffet cruise for two, valid Wednesday–Thursday ($109.90 value)
- $65 for a lunch cruise for two, valid Saturday ($99.90 value)
- $93 for a cruise with a four-course dinner for two, valid Friday–Sunday ($149.90 value)
During the dinner cruise, a range of music suits all genres as the ship cruises along the New Jersey and Staten Island shoreline. The dinner cruise on Friday, Saturday and Sunday includes plated hors d’oeuvres, salad, pasta, and a choice of beef, chicken, fish, or a vegetarian main entree. Dessert, coffee, tea and water are included, while soft drinks and alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the cash bar. Dress code for the dinner cruises is business professional; jeans, sneakers, t-shirts, and short are not permitted.
Saturday lunch, and Wednesday and Thursday dinner cruises include a gourmet buffet with a salad bar, beef, seafood, pasta, chicken, rice, potatoes, and vegetables. Dessert, coffee, tea and water are included, while soft drinks and alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the cash bar. Brunches include omelets, a salad bar, chicken, fish, pasta, carving stations, assorted gourmet pastries, international desserts, coffee, tea and a choice of one complimentary glass of champagne. Soft drinks and alcoholic beverages can be purchased at the cash bar. The ship departs from Perth Amboy.
Cornucopia Cruise Line
Cornucopia Cruise Line's ships transport guests through the inland waterways along the New Jersey shoreline. Each ship is appointed with up-lit ceilings, brass railings, hardwood dance floors, and glittering lights. During evening cruises, wait staff serve a sit-down dinner as the DJ's tunes coax diners onto the dance floor. Excursions on Saturday and Sunday sate guests with buffet-style lunch or brunch, respectively. The ships range in size from the Cornucopia Majesty's vast 1,200-person capacity to the Cornucopia Destiny's intimate 400-person quarters, where guests should wear business-casual attire, eschewing gym shoes on their feet and flip-flops on their hands.