As of 2015, Miami dinner cruises include Miami Sailing, Holiday of Magic and Island Queen Cruises. Miami Sailing offers a private dinner cruise, and Holiday of Magic and Island Queen Cruises offer group dinner cruises.Continue Reading
When choosing Miami Sailing for a dinner cruise, individuals can choose a two-, four- or six-person cruise. The food available on these cruises is organic, when available, and a chef prepares the meal on board. The total time of the cruise is six hours, and it leaves from South Beach. Along the way, the cruise sails by the downtown waterfront, Virginia Key, Fisher Island and the Port of Miami.
Holiday of Magic features dinner, cocktail, corporate and private cruises. Those who choose Holiday of Magic may choose up to an eight-hour cruise, and dinner often occurs when the boat's anchor is down in Nixon Cove, which offers beautiful views of Miami. When taking an eight-hour cruise, there is also an opportunity to visit a private beach where passengers can snorkel, kayak and swim before dinner.
Island Queen Cruises also offer Miami dinner cruises but on a much larger scale. This company features dinner cruises for up to 140 people, and the all-inclusive dinner includes a cheese display, fruit, a choice of entree and sides. There is an open bar and professional disc jockey on board, too.Learn more about Geography