This is what it felt like being on the lower deck. On the upper deck was a live band which you could not hear down stairs over the boats engines. If your seated toward the back of the boat near the bar, you get the ambiance of the bartender using the mixer ice machine.
When we first arrived at 520PM and boarded the boat, they had music playing over the speakers. Within 5 min of being seated, the music stopped. We were given our soup before we departed which I thought was kind of odd. We departed at 6pm sharp. Sunset was 630 but being that the sun was over the mountain, it was already dusk. By 7pm it was already dark out and you could not see anything outside the boat windows but your own reflection. I bring this up because you'd think because of the shorter days, they'd move departure time. Even if they departed at 5, you're not eating your main course until 530-6. We were done eating our main course before 730pm. I guess sitting there waiting for dessert at 8pm gave us something to look forward to. So we there waiting anxiously to get back for the last hour. They say you are free to get up and walk about but honestly there is no room. The front of the boat has a small deck that maybe 10-15 people could stand comfortably. The food was ok, nothing to rave about. I understand that the price includes the cost of gas but I wouldn't pay that much again at this time of the year. And I'm sure the people that paid the same price and ate their dinner with a live band had a more pleasurable experience. It may be worth it during the summer but definitely not the fall. Our waitress Dawn was nice.
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