What You'll Get
Cities were often built around rivers because they provide the necessary resources for successful trade and waterpark industries. Take advantage of our forefathers' foresight with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $16 for a 30-minute lakefront speedboat tour (up to a $30.45 value)
- $19 for a 30-minute Seadog Extreme Thrill Ride on Monday–Friday (up to a $33.84 value)
- $22 for a 75-minute river and lake architectural tour on Monday–Friday (up to a $38.36 value)
The Lakefront Speedboat tour ferries up to 135 passengers along the shores of Lake Michigan, passing such famed sites as Navy Pier, the Museum Campus, Grant Park, and the Magnificent Mile, while captains dispense enlightening tidbits about the skyline's history and architecture. With speeds of up to 45 mph, the Seadog Extreme takes passengers on a thrill ride, on which two 1,400-horsepower engines move through slaloms and 180- to 360-degree turns. Alternatively, the river and lake architectural tour kicks off with a speedboat ride on the lakefront before passing through the locks and meandering through downtown and its opulent skyscrapers on the Chicago River. All tours depart from and return to Navy Pier. Click here to see a map of the tours' routes.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 4 per person, may buy 4 additional as gifts. Limit 8 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservations required 24hr in advance; subject to availability and weather. Seating may be limited 7/4/12-7/8/12, 8/17/12-8/19/12, and 8/31/12-9/3/12. Must be at least 48in tall for the Extreme Thrill Ride option. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Seadog Cruises
Since 1996, the staff at Seadog Cruises has welcomed explorers aboard sophisticated, open-air speedboats for city tours. Over the years, they’ve led more than two million sightseers through Baltimore and Chicago on cruises that elucidate city histories, paying special attention to landmarks such as Baltimore’s Naval Reserve Center and Chicago’s Tribune Tower. Their fleet of watercraft uses low-sulfur diesel and four-stroke engines that produce lower emissions than older models, allowing eco-conscious passengers to rest easy and allowing fish to finally open their windows for some fresh water.