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About This Event

Take in the Tri-Cities from a new point of view. Have a delectable three course dinner served to your own private table onboard our luxurious yacht. This is an experience you won’t want to miss!

Cruise Includes
• 2 ½ hour cruise on the Columbia River
• Welcome glass of champagne or sparkling cider
• Plated three-course dinner
• Soda, coffee and tea service
• Your own private table
• Full-service bar is available for purchase with crafted cocktails, wine, beer and non-alcoholic beverages

Three-Course Summer Dinner Menu
First Course –Strawberry and Mandarin Orange Salad
Mixed Greens | Mandarin Oranges | Strawberries | Almonds | Citrus Vinaigrette | Red Onion

Main – Your Entrée Choice
New York Strip Loin
pan seared New York Strip Loin | bordelaise sauce | seasonal vegetables | potato purée
Peach Balsamic Chicken
grilled chicken breast | peach balsamic glaze | seasonal vegetables | potato purée
Cajun Stuffed Salmon
salmon filet | cajun cream filling | lemon cream sauce | Mediterranean farro salad | seasonal vegetables 
Vegetarian Entrée - Roasted Tomato Spaghetti
tomato sauce | plant based meat | basil | seasonal vegetables
Vegan Three-Course Meal - Roasted Tomato Spaghetti
tomato sauce | plant based meat | basil | seasonal vegetables | vegan dessert

Last Course - Tuxedo Mousse Cake

We happily accommodate diners with dietary restrictions within reason. Please specify your dietary needs in the comment selection at booking. Add-ons are available to enhance your cruise experience. Sightseeing tickets do not include complimentary beverages or plated meals. Ticket prices do not include sales tax, booking fee, fuel charge and service charge.*Consuming raw or undercooked meats and fish may increase your risk of food-borne illness. Menus, times, prices, vessel and routes are subject to change. Please note: Due to national ingredient shortages and delivery delays, we may be out of some items. Menus could change without notice based on item availability.