Vancouver is blessed with one of the world's most spectacular skylines, so see it from the ocean if you get the chance. ... More
Vancouver is blessed with one of the world's most spectacular skylines, so see it from the ocean if you get the chance. The popular Sunset Dinner Cruise lets you take in the view over three hours while you dine on a gourmet buffet. If you prefer something short and sweet, take the Harbour Tour. If you want to plan a special event or corporate function, you can charter a boat too.
This dinner cruise looks great on paper but it was more appropriate for my 75 year old mom....my wife and I laughed for the first 30 minutes of the tour at the following: the music....strumming my pain with his fingers...singing my life with his words? Indeed..the music killed me softly....not saying it was bad but it was hard not to laugh at the mix of am gold soft hits....again my mother would have enjoyed but not anyone younger than 50....the food was ok...the salmon and roast was bland...reminded me of royal fork....the bartender was also the mc....he read from a cue card....it was a cheap operation that looked to be hangin on...sorry ...I so wanted to enjoy it...but if I wanted laughs I would have opted for the comedy show downtown....the scenery was nice but would never go again....
It was great you board and are seated right away at a table with your name on it [and they even had a b-day card for my sis addressed to her]. The boat leaves and dinner is served in about 25-30min. The food is very good and the portion is a decent size. After that sit back and enjoy the sights such as a very old power plant that was carved out of the mountain a waterfall and an area where harbor seals gather on tires in the water to bask in the sun amoung other things. I would sugest going on a warm day it's windy.I recomend this to my friends all the time it's a good way to spend a beautiful day.
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