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What You'll Get
Boat captains must master nautical lexicon before sailing the seas to ensure that they can distinguish port, which means left, from starboard, which means launch the vessel into deep space. Count down to a sea launch with this Groupon.
$9 for a Sightseeing or Sunset Happy-Hour Cruise ($19 Value)
- One adult cruise ticket (a $15 value)
- One soft drink, wine, domestic beer or rail cocktail (up to a $4 value)<p>
During 90-minute sightseeing tours, Historic Milwaukee trained docents divulge tales of city history as double-decker boats explore the lakeshore and harbors and the Milwaukee, Menomonee, and Kinnickinnic Rivers. They point out riverside landmarks such as the Milwaukee Art Museum, lighthouses, and the riverbank where Brewers players are often seen skipping baseballs. Happy-hour cruises follow the same route, but let passengers bask under the setting sun as they listen to reggae and island music while sipping soft drinks or cocktails.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Subject to availability. Operates in all weather. Reservations suggested. Sales tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Milwaukee Boat Line
Passengers on the Iroquois, Vista King, and Voyageur cruise ships have passed under century-old raising bridges and laid eyes on history-rich chunks of Milwaukee skyline. However, they've also sat under squadrons of F-18s performing barrel rolls over Lake Michigan. Licensed by the U.S. Coast Guard to perform tours and charters on the lake, Jake Chianelli and his captains offer their passengers a unique perspective on the city's waterside events. They also partner with the nonprofit organization Historic Milwaukee by using their trained docents to lead history tours, which include facts and anecdotes from the arrival of the first fur traders up to modern day.
With kitchen facilities and a full bar on board, each of the three double-decked ships are equipped for tours as well as a range of corporate events, wedding-rehearsal dinners, and Moby Dick-themed improv shows. Climate-controlled lower decks give passengers shelter in all weather, and open upper decks house a stage space where local indie-rock bands play during a summer concert series.