Dinner Cruise on Cayuga Lake For Two
Enjoy an Evening Cruise on Beautiful Cayuga Lake During a 3 Hour Dinner Cruise in Upstate New York
Price for 2 participants
Enjoy a three hour Scenic Dinner Cruise on Cayuga Lake and experience the extraordinary natural beauty of the Finger Lakes at sunset. Located in the heart of Central Upstate New York, Cayuga Lake is the longest, widest and most beautiful of the Finger Lakes. The Finger Lakes, named for their finger-like shape, were carved out of the rocks during the Ice Age.
Your Dinner Cruise will take place on the historic M/V Manhattan. She was built in 1915 for the Rockaway Boat Lines in Brooklyn, and was originally used to ferry passengers across New York Harbor as well as to transport immigrants from Ellis Island to Manhattan. This Upstate New York Dinner Cruise in Ithaca is the perfect way to spend an evening eating, drinking, and sightseeing together.
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DINNER CRUISE MENU
A seasonal soup and green salad will be served before the entrée. The main dish is served with garlic mashed potatoes and roasted vegetables. Dessert, including coffee and tea will follow. Additional beverages may be purchased onboard.
Menu subject to change. Price does not include tax or gratuity.
ITEM/SKU NUMBER XD-1106-002
Xperience Certificates® cannot be exchanged once a reservation for the experience has been made.
It was wonderfull dinner, great staff - right on the ball. Will recomend to others.
- Dave Potter - Finger Lakes, Sunday, July 31, 2011
The entire staff on and off the boat were very pleasant, extremely courtieous and helpful. The dinner was excellent and the cruise enjoyable.
- John Iannuzzi - Syracuse, Ny, Monday, July 25, 2011
What a great experience! Meal was very good, wait staff excellent! The extensive wine list was a great surprise! Will do it again! Only down side.. rest rooms were awful, and actually unsafe.
- Susan Read - Syracuse NY, Tuesday, September 14, 2010
My in-laws were cancelled for the dinner cruise for the lack of people for our specific night. Ther were offered and took the lunch cruise which ended up costing them more for tip and gratuity which I was taken back since I already paid extra for the dinner cruise. I was taken back that they had to pay additional cost since we originally bought them the dinner cruise. Not sure if I would book again.
- Betsey Conner - Locke, NY, Saturday, August 07, 2010
Enjoyable cruise. Servers pleasant but not enough of them to handle requests. Steak knives were very dull.
- Paul - Boyd, Tuesday, July 06, 2010
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