Captain Chad takes passengers on a three-hour tour of Utah Lake, pausing to cook brats, corn, and more
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 2, 2013. Amount paid never expires.Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift. Taking reservations starting 5/20/13. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required and subject to availability. 24 hour cancellation notice required. Subject to weather conditions. Must sign waiver. Must be 12 or older; 72 hours advance noticed required for food order. Soft sole shoes required. Provisional warm clothing suggested.Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
Choose Between Two Options
$79 for a sunset sailing adventure for two with dinner (a $160 value)
$155 for a sunset sailing adventure for four with dinner (a $320 value)
Groups of two or four board a 27-foot Catalina boat, which takes them on an approximately three-hour adventure. Captain Chad sails this vessel out onto Utah Lake, where passengers soak in views of the sunset. Everyone then eats dinner, which the captain cooks on the boat.
Passengers choose their meals ahead of time. Click here for meal options; each meal includes a dessert. Passengers 21 and older may also bring along alcoholic beverages. Cruises typically sail Fridays and Saturdays, with some Tuesday and Thursday times also available.
At 24 miles long and 13 miles wide, Utah Lake is as vast as it is beautiful, and you’d be hard-pressed to find someone who has explored more of it than Chad Chorniak. As a yacht captain and experienced scuba diver, Captain Chad takes passengers out on his 27-foot Catalina yacht to experience the scenic lake on the water, and also helps aspiring scuba divers plunge below the water’s surface into a new hobby of underwater exploration. Though he’s known for seeking out and investigating Utah’s best diving spots, he always conducts his Discover Scuba lessons in an indoor pool. This gives students an added level of comfort as they learn to breathe properly through the scuba apparatus and grow webbing between their toes.