What You'll Get
A dinner cruise grants humans a rare chance to taunt dolphins with the ability to hold a fork. Show off your thumbs with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
$27 for a lunch cruise (a $54.95 value)
- Includes meal from buffet menu
- Cruises typically begin boarding at 11:30 a.m. and last for two to three hours<p>
$39 for a dinner cruise (a $79.95 value)
- Includes one glass of wine (a $7 value)
- Cruises typically begin boarding at 6:30 p.m. and last for three to four hours<p>
$3,995 for a private four-hour charter cruise for up to 120 guests (up to an $8,169 value) on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday afternoon or evening or Thursday, Friday, or Sunday afternoon
- Private charter aboard the Jubilee Queen (a $3,995 value)
- Port fee (a $100 value)
- Dinner for up to 120 guests (up to a $4,074 value)
- Suits any number of large special occasions, from wedding receptions to corporate events<p>
Afternoon private charter cruises board at 11:30 a.m., depart at 12 p.m., return to dock at 3 p.m., and debark 3:30 pm., while evening cruises board at 6 p.m., depart at 6:30 p.m., return to dock at 9:30 p.m., and debark at 10 p.m.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Nov 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; subject to availability. 72-hr cancellation notice required for lunch or dinner cruise option or fee up to $10 applies. Private charter cruise option non-refundable once booked. Must reserve online. Not valid for air show cruises or New Year's Eve dinners. Minimum of 70 guests for private charter option. Extra $39.00 fee per guest over 120 for private charter option. Extra fee to extend length of private charter. Tax and gratuity not included, to be paid on reservation. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jubilee Queen
Lovingly recreated to emulate the riverboats that paddled along Lake Ontario in years past, Jubilee Queen's eponymous ship first wet its hull in 1986. More than two decades' worth of rays have since bathed the sweeping sun deck, which sits above a dining room lined with linen-covered tables. In the galley, the Queen's chefs whip up dishes suitable for any event, from full-course meals to buffets peppered with international cuisine, all of which are prepared fresh in a fully equipped kitchen onboard. In the cabin, a fully stocked bar keep guests' sea legs limber as they dance to the tunes of a live DJ amid views of the Toronto skyline and the distant shadow of the lighthouse haunted by the spirits of burnt-out bulbs.