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What You'll Get
Like tropical islands, boats are a fun part of many vacations and spend most of their time floating around the ocean. Enjoy a buoyant voyage with this Groupon.
$35 for One Round-Trip Ticket to Catalina Island (Up to $70 Value)
The Catalina Flyer leaves from Newport Beach at 9 a.m. on scheduled days throughout 2013, although guests must arrive by 8 a.m. to confirm their reservations. Consult the fine print for a list of additional blackout dates. Passengers are limited to two carry-on pieces of luggage per person. Return trips leave from Catalina Island at 4:30 p.m. on those same days, but passengers are not obligated to return on the same day they arrived. Instead, guests are encouraged to take advantage of the island's numerous activities, including golfing, biking, kayaking, fishing, and snorkeling, all of which are available for additional fees.
Though this merchant sometimes offers a discounted price online, this Groupon is still the best deal available.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 2, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person, may buy multiple as gifts. Not valid until 2/8/13. Phone reservation required; advance reservation recommended. Subject to availability. Reservations must be booked for dates prior to expiration date. Travel must be completed by expiration date. Not valid 7/4/13-7/7/13, 5/24/13-5/27/13, and 8/30/13-9/2/13. Subject to weather conditions and boat capacity. Must check in by 8:00 AM. Valid for same day or overnight travel. $6 tax not included. Expired value may only be applied to trips to Catalina Island. Valid only for 2013 season. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About The Catalina Flyer from Newport Beach
Catalina Island may reside a mere 75 minutes from Newport Beach, but that's no reason why visitors shouldn't travel there in style. The Catalina Flyer allows them to do just that, accommodating as many as 600 passengers who spend their speedy journey relaxing on the sun decks, enjoying a drink in one of two full-service cocktail lounges, or gazing out the viewing windows and watching for migrating schools of sushi rice.
After disembarking in Avalon, visitors are encouraged to take advantage of Catalina Island's many shopping, dining, and recreational opportunities, which include everything from golf, ziplines, undersea tours, and even buffalo watching. Hotel accommodations facilitate overnight stays, ensuring that weekenders have ample time to enjoy the island before taking the afternoon voyage back to the mainland.