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Delray Yacht Cruises Delray Beach

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Delray Yacht Cruises
801 East Atlantic Avenue
Delray Beach
FL
33483
Tel: 561-243-0686

Directions

From I-95, take Atlantic Avenue (exit 52) East to the Intracoastal Bridge. Delray Yacht Cruises is located in the N.W. corner of the Atlantic Avenue Bridge in Veterans Park.

Where are we going today?

Join us this summer for our “family night”!
Thursday night is Family Night!
Come aboard our yacht and enjoy Cheese Pizza, Soda & an Ice Cream Treat!
GREAT FOR BIRTHDAY PARTIES!!
$25 adults (12 & up), $20 Children (2-12 years old)
Cruise Dates: June 13 & 27, July 11 & 25, August 1 & 15, September 5 & 19
Cruise boarding: 5:30pm . Cruise from 6:00-8:00pm .
Reservations strongly suggested! 561-243-0686


SUMMER 2013 SAVINGS OFFER!

2-Hour Narrated Sightseeing Tours

Tuesday-Sunday at 1:30pm $16 adults/$14 seniors & children

Discount Offer valid June 1-September 30, 2013

Offer not valid on brunches, dinners, live entertainment or special event cruises.

1 coupon must be presented per transaction. Coupon MUST be presented at time of ticket purchase. Offer cannot be combined with any other discount offer. FL sales tax applies.

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$23 (12 years old & up)
  • Children$20 (2-12 years old)
  • Free Under: 2 & under free
LAST UPDATED 2013

When can we go?

Hours vary - call for schedule

year round

I'm Hungry!

We've got a full a la carte menu aboard the yacht - burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, pizzas, chicken tenders and daily specials too! .

Healthy Eating!

We've got salads & daily fresh fish specials. .

Can I get one of those?

We've got t-shirts, hats, and your very own boarding photo available to purchase onboard. .

What people are saying?

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    I had a great time on Delray Yacht Cruises. I was researching online for something like this in Delray and this is the only one around. We went the same week as Christmas in 2013 so the area was definitely crowded. We were told to make reservations ahead of time which was a good idea because it was packed. The cruise was very nice. You could hang out on the second floor's air conditioning, or you can hangout on the top floor's scenic, 360° view. The cruise I went on was about 2 and a half hours and went south on the intercostal. For the trip...Read More

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    Locals should stay away from the Sunday brunch cruise and let tourists overpay for their sightseeing experience. Food quality is mediocre and quantities are limited to 30-35 minutes of service of tiny portions served by crew then crew disappears and food is left unattended for self serve until everything is gone. Crew's focus then shifts to service of alcohol sold at exorbitant prices (drinks are served in tiny plastic cups at $10+ a pieces). Not worth $42 per person for food and cruise and alcohol is definitely not worth the cost!

    For $36 per...Read More

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    Nice scenery. Tour guide sounded like a real estate agent. Drinks & food were okay. They take a boarding picture. You can purchase it for $10. The waitress/stewardess was really friendly and accommodating. Worse part was the smokers on the front of the yacht that didn't move out of the way for people, like we were invading their territory. Either way, it was a nice way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

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    They stood us up! We went to take a cruise on July 26, 2011. We had a reservation. We stood there and waited with 6 other people for 45 minutes and NO ONE showed up. They didn't even bother to put up a sign to let us know the cruise had been canceled. To make matters worse, this was our only night out and it was too late to go on another cruise, Needless to say I was beyond UPSET. How incredible RUDE and DISRESPECTFUL. They never called us back to apologize or anything.

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    Excellent in all areas

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by Michael Giskin

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I had a great time on Delray Yacht Cruises. I was researching online for something like this in Delray and this is the only one around. We went the same week as Christmas in 2013 so the area was definitely crowded. We were told to make reservations ahead of time which was a good idea because it was packed. The cruise was very nice. You could hang out on the second floor's air conditioning, or you can hangout on the top floor's scenic, 360° view. The cruise I went on was about 2 and a half hours and went south on the intercostal. For the trip south, I guy talked through the speakers and was very informative. It was pretty nice to see all the AMAZING mansions and pools that all these people have on the water. Unfortunately, we didn't see any dolphins or manatees but we did see some nice birds. The staff were very nice and attentive.

by Bob Levesque

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Locals should stay away from the Sunday brunch cruise and let tourists overpay for their sightseeing experience. Food quality is mediocre and quantities are limited to 30-35 minutes of service of tiny portions served by crew then crew disappears and food is left unattended for self serve until everything is gone. Crew's focus then shifts to service of alcohol sold at exorbitant prices (drinks are served in tiny plastic cups at $10+ a pieces). Not worth $42 per person for food and cruise and alcohol is definitely not worth the cost!

For $36 per person locals should go to Latitude's in Highland Beach or Carmen's in Boca and get top quality food and unlimited amounts of Mimosa and Bloody Mary.

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