Local Cruises Provide Easter Excitement in Savannah


Still figuring out Easter plans for you and your family?

Look no further, as the 2014 Easter Cruises invite you and your loved ones to come celebrate Easter on the Savannah River this weekend! Check out both of our enjoyable cruises below.

2014 Easter Brunch Cruise

Come on out and bring your family to meet the Easter Bunny himself, for the annual Easter Sunday Brunch that will leave you with wonderful memories and a happy tummy.  During this yummy event, all of your favorite breakfast and lunch entrees will be served during a one-and-a-half hour brunch cruise. Immediately following their delicious meals, your little ones can start exploring the boat during our exciting Easter Egg Hunt! So bring your family and invite your friends to come out and witness all the sights and sounds of historic Savannah. Boarding is at 12:30 p.m., and we’ll be sailing at 1 p.m. Our expected return will be at 2:30 p.m.

Prices: Adult: $43.95 – Child: $23.95

2014 Easter Dinner Cruise

If you can’t make our exciting brunch cruise, you’re in luck– the Easter Bunny has to eat dinner, too! Celebrate Easter on the Savannah River for a tasty dinner buffet, as you enjoy this annual Easter Dinner Entertainment Cruise! This festive two hour dinner cruise allows you to take your family and friends to see all that the beautiful Savannah area has to offer. Boarding will be at 6pm, with sailing approximated at 7pm. Our expected return will be at 9pm.

Prices:  Adult:  $53.95 – Child:  $29.95

If you have a group of 25 or more, please contact the group sales department for discounted pricing options and further information.


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