Thanks to cartoons, many Americans believe that the correct way to taste wine is to take a sip, then witness something so shocking that it causes them to involuntarily expectorate. Skip the spit takes and sample wine correctly with this Groupon.
$47 for an Orange County Wine Tasting and Harbor Cruise for Two ($98 value)
- 90-minute catamaran cruise
- Four tastings of wine per person
- Cheese, crackers, dried fruits, and snacks
- Wine host
On Friday and Sunday evenings, OCean Adventures' 63-foot catamaran or the 95-foot Dana Pride glides through warm waters during 90-minute cruises past the illuminated shores of Dana Point Harbor. As the sunset ripples in the passing depths, a wine host proffers four tastings of wine from The Organic Cellar, which makes all its wines without pesticides, chemicals, or Botox-injected California Raisins. Passengers alternate spirited sips with nibbles of cheese, crackers, and dried fruits, or relax with a cocktail culled from the vessel's full cash bar.
Designed and built exclusively for parent company Dana Wharf Sportfishing, Ocean Adventures’ 63-foot catamaran cruises through the habitats of whales, dolphins, and ocean birds. During private charters and public tours, up to 49 people can see the sights from the enclosed cabin or take photos with famous pelicans in open viewing areas. The catamaran is designed for a low impact on the environment: its engine produces less sound and 75% fewer emissions than conventional engines.
Aboard this vessel during whale-watching trips, a certified naturalist narrates each moment and helps her passengers understand the creatures that call the Pacific Ocean home. Without warning, a blue whale breaks through the ocean's surface. Its massive body leaps into the air, hangs for a brief moment, and crashes back down into the aquatic depths.
OC Ocean Adventures
Designed and built exclusively for Dana Wharf Sportfishing, OC Ocean Adventures' 63-foot catamaran cruises through the habitats of whales, dolphins, and ocean birds found throughout the waters surrounding Dana Point Harbor. During private charters and public tours, up to 49 people can see the sights from the enclosed cabin or take photos with famous pelicans in open viewing areas. The catamaran is also outfitted with many onboard creature comfort, welcoming guests to peruse a deli-style galley stocked with purchasable snacks and cocktails mixed from a full bar. No matter the occasion for the trip, the vessel leaves waters as clear as it found them; designed for a low impact on the environment, its engine produces less sound and 75% fewer emissions than conventional engines.