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Fort Lauderdale Dinner Cruises

Water is everywhere in Fort Lauderdale, and one of the best ways to see the city is on a dinner cruise. You're sure to enjoy the views. As you can see below there is a wide variety of boat tours available in Ft Lauderdale.

Jungle Queen Dinner Cruise: delighting visitors since 1935. More than 14 million guests over the years have enjoyed the fun-filled, relaxing evening aboard the Jungle Queen. The cruise up the New River, the "all you wish to eat" ribs and chicken for dinner, and the variety show make it the thing to do in Fort Lauderdale. There is nothing else like it. If you don't want to take the dinner cruise, they also offer sightseeing cruises.

Riverfront Gondola Tours: explore the waters of Fort Lauderdale on a little electric-powered boat. It's eco-friendly fun for up to six passengers. You can bring your own food and drink for a do-it-yourself dinner cruise.

Spirit of Lauderdale: cruises on a sailing catamaran. The 50-foot catamaran is certified to handle up to 49 passengers. On the ocean sailing cruise the sails are up and the sea breezes increase everyone's taste for fun. The island getaway cruise departs daily from Bahia Mar marina. Sail to Port Everglades, "Millionaires Row", and the barrier island John U. Lloyd State Park. Or select a sunset cruise with wine.

The Carrie B: sightseeing 112-foot paddlewheel-style boat. See historic sites, fantastic resorts, and Millionaires Row. Departs from the New River Docks, and takes you along the Intracoastal Waterway and into Port Everglades. Lounge on the sun deck or inside in air-conditioned comfort. They offer food and beverages onboard.

Water Taxi of Fort Lauderdale makes regular stops at 18 points throughout Fort Lauderdale. Frequent service. Pay one fare and hop on and off all day. A unique alternative to traditional transportation, providing a comfortable and relaxing way to avoid traffic. Take a ride along Ft Lauderdale's waterways and see the sights and sounds.

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