Even though water covers most of the earth's surface, humans spend most of their lives on land and a small portion in the air while they're sleeping. Float on with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for an evening lake cruise for two on Tuesday, September 10 (a $60 value)
- $29 for an evening lake cruise for two on Monday, September 16 (a $60 value)
Leisurely cruises depart at 6 p.m. and sail past views of City Park and the shimmering lights of the city skyline. Boats pass under the William R. Bennett Bridge and coast by opulent homes and lakeside vineyards as the sun descends. Passengers can add dinner for an additional $20 per person, which includes a buffet-style salad bar, buns, and a choice of cedar-plank salmon or chili-peach-barbecued chicken. Boats return to port around 8 p.m.
Even as it soars across the deep, clear blue waters of Lake Okanagan, the Lake Lounge keeps its passengers, crew, and cooperative stowaways connected to a bevy of land-based pleasures. A comprehensive sound system blasts pleasurable beats throughout its two decks, and three flat-screen TVs reaching widths up to 50 inches broadcast the passengers' choice of entertainment. On the lower deck, vaulted ceilings soar over dinner tables and on the open top deck passengers bask in lake breezes and take in panoramic views of the water and evergreen-coated shoreline. When not focused on the scenery, they step across an elevated dance floor lit by multicoloured lights or discuss their favourite childhood pet fish over tipples from a fully stocked bar. Kelowna Cruises also has a second boat, the Boardroom. Accommodating up to 85 passengers, the Boardroom's newly renovated upper deck, bar, side bar, bimini top, and decking, along with a new audio system makes for a perfect environment for entertaining.
Dinner-cruise passengers sup on a daily-changing menu that cycles through regular entrees such as cedar-plank salmon and peach barbecue chicken. As the Lake Lounge sails past opulent lakeside homes and the city skyline, the sun colours the sky as it sets and the stars sleepily stumble into place to form their constellations. The ship's crews also host wedding receptions, family reunions, and birthday parties on the dual decks.