If you’re thinking about taking a trip to Savannah this summer, be sure to make some time for a Savannah Riverboat Cruise. There are a variety of different cruise options for you to choose from, everywhere from a sightseeing cruise to a murder mystery cruise. With any option, you will receive an evening or afternoon filled with entertainment and spectacular sights.
The River Street Riverboat Company was first established in 1991, and has been growing tremendously since then. The cruises allow you a choice of options, mouthwatering meals and a whole lot of culture and beauty. There’s no better way to see the sights of Savannah than on a scenic cruise.
If you’re looking for a delicious meal, choose from the Dinner Entertainment Cruise, the Saturday Luncheon Cruise, the Sunday Brunch Cruise or the Gospel Dinner Cruise. On the Dinner Entertainment Cruise, you’ll get the opportunity to dance to some of the most popular hits from the 50s as you dine on an impeccably-prepared meal. The Saturday Luncheon Cruise gives you two hours of beautiful views and a heavenly buffet, while the Sunday Brunch Cruise delivers an appetizing meal every time. Stand on the deck of the ship and stare out at the breathtaking views of the river and surrounding area, then indulge yourself in the exquisite dishes. The Gospel Dinner Cruise gives you the chance to enjoy some of your favorite Southern classics while you munch on the vast array of food prepared in the buffet.
Mix in a little more excitement in your cruise with the Civil War Experience Dinner Cruise & Fort Tour, the Murder Mystery Cruise or the Moonlight Entertainment Cruise. On the Moonlight Entertainment Cruise, you’ll get the chance to take in all of the romance and the relaxation on an hour and a half cruise down the Savannah River. Music from the 50s and today will be playing as the sun sets over the water and the stars reflect on the surface. The Murder Mystery Cruise and the Civil War Cruise both add in a little more adventure. Try your hand at detective work as you track clues and attempt to solve a murder, or watch performances, listen to storytelling and dance along to music all as you dine on a southern-style buffet.
Finally, you can just get a little relaxation in when you take the Savannah Riverboat Sightseeing Cruise. For an hour and a half, you’ll see sights such as the “waving girl” statue and learn all about the history of the river and surrounding area.
Each of these cruises offers you the opportunity to see the sights of Savannah in a unique and breathtaking way. The Savannah Riverboat Cruises are truly exceptional, with an award-winning staff, fantastic food and incredible music. Stay at The Dresser Palmer House, the Hampton Inn & Suites Savannah Historic District or the Best Western Plus Savannah Historic District, and be less than a mile away from your cruise.