$14 for a 90-Minute Sunset Cruise from Viking Princess Cruises in Provincetown ($26 Value)

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In a Nutshell

  • 90-minute harbor tour
  • Includes hors d'oeuvres & refreshments
  • Pass the Long Point lighthouse & more

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Promotional value expires Oct 8, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 10 per person. Reservation required 24hr in advance; subject to availability and weather conditions. No cash value. Not valid with other offers. Tax included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

A red sky at night is a sailor's delight, but a red sky in the morning means you've woken up on Mars. Get an eyeful of earthly delights with today's Groupon: for $14, you get a 90-minute sunset cruise from Viking Princess Cruises (a $26 value). Cruises depart from MacMillan Pier in Provincetown, about two-and-a-half hours southeast of Boston.

During the 90-minute sunset cruise, seafarers have the chance to take in the rosy-hued harbor scenery while enjoying a tasty spread of finger foods and drinks. While chugging around Provincetown Harbor on the Viking Princess—a 40-foot, biodiesel-fueled steel tub that features a decorative wheelhouse—sedentary sailors can observe ever-curious and -hefty gray seals and sea birds soaring amid the fiery setting sun to settle in their breakwater roosts while listening to the soothing calls of a stowaway Eugene Levy, who insists he saw a mermaid. The ship smoothly sails past sights such as the Long Point lighthouse and through the calm harbor waters before finally docking with the approach of darkness.

Sunset cruises are offered at dusk on various days throughout the summer. Check the calendar before calling ahead to schedule your eventide tour. Keep in mind that cruises are subject to change as required by inclement weather and British naval blockades.

Viking Princess Cruises

Sailing daily from MacMillan Wharf and stretching 39 feet lengthwise and 16 feet abeam, the Coast Guard–approved Viking Princess accommodates up to 42 passengers and two crewpersons per cruise. Several different cruise formats introduce water wanderers to coastal views of varying sites, such as Cape Cod’s prime real estate, well-known lighthouses, and hidden Provincetown gems. The Princess also embarks on festive holiday-themed voyages, such as Fourth of July or Tax Day cruises. Cape Cod Life's 2010 Gold winner for Best Kids' Activity, the Critter Cruise invites wee ones to pull up lobster pots and bottom dredges from the waters and safely inspect and handle the findings— such as blue fish, sea turtles, or humpback whales—alongside an expert naturalist. The Princess is wide enough to facilitate groups dancing to the sounds of the ship’s overhead stereo or to the tunes of local musicians during live-music cruises.

Customer Reviews

It was a small boat but there was enough seats for everyone although a bit snug for my party of 8. The cruise and sunset was very enjoyable. I'd reccomend it and do it again with more friends.
Jodi · September 16, 2012
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    Provincetown

    8 MacMillan Wharf

    Provincetown, Massachusetts 02657

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