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Cruise this Valentine’s Day at Navy Pier!

Cruise this Valentine’s Day at Navy Pier!


February 12, 2013

If the daily grind wasn’t hard enough, Valentine’s Day lands right in the middle of it. With February 14 on a Thursday this year, it’s difficult to find the time to plan that perfectly romantic evening, let alone find the time to wine and dine mid-week.

That’s where Navy Pier comes in! Our boat cruises make for the perfect date night and they require little to no planning from you, just call to make a reservation!

Head out on Valentine’s Eve with the Spirit of Chicago or the Mystic Blue! Feast on a great dinner buffet with a complimentary champagne toast and who needs to bring flowers when the cruise can provide you with a rose for your table!

If you’re planning on postponing your Valentine’s Day celebrations until the weekend then you’re in luck: Navy Pier has dinner cruises for you all weekend! Buy your tickets for a night cruise on the 15th or 16th or, if you’re not a night owl, for a special brunch cruise on the 16th!

And that’s not all! If your date wants a window seat, or a bottle of champagne to share, the Mystic Blue and Spirit of Chicago Gold or Platinum packages can offer you these things! Got friends that are still struggling to find the perfect date idea? Invite them along! Each Valentine’s Day package can accommodate up to eight guests and as we always say, the more, the merrier!

Look at this way: Do you want to impress your date with the perfect evening without the worry and stress of planning? Do you want to shower him or her with flowers, champagne, and an evening of dancing while floating on the Chicago River? We bet that’s a loud, resounding “yes”!

Book today and cross planning that perfect Valentine’s Day date off your to-do list!


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