River Street Admiral's Saturday Dinner - Boat
River Street Admiral's Saturday Dinner - Food
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River Street Admiral's Saturday Dinner - Boat
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River Street Riverboat Admiral's Saturday Dinner Entertainment Cruise

 
River Street Riverboat Admiral's Saturday Dinner Entertainment Cruise

Enjoy a scenic Saturday evening aboard the Savannah River Queen and be treated like royalty by the staff and crew aboard this 800-passenger paddle-wheel riverboat.

Details
Cruise lasts approximately 2 hours Cruise lasts approximately 2 hours
Appropriate for All Ages Appropriate for All Ages
Handicap Accessible Handicap Accessible
Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Description
You are sure to be entertained throughout the evening by the boat's very own riverboat entertainers, and you will have an extensive buffet dinner to choose from, giving you numerous options to suit any palette! This relaxing 2 hour cruise is the perfect end to a hectic week, a fantastic addition to your Savannah vacation, or a romantic way to spend the evening with your significant other.

While you're cruising, choose to dance the night away to music that spans from the 50's to today's hits, or venture to any of the panoramic decks on-board and take in the skyline and sunset views of historic Savannah, a city founded in 1733. You will pass by some of Savannah's points of interest and landmarks along the way, including the Port of Savannah and Old Fort Jackson.

About Port of Savannah - This industrial port is the second largest port on the East Coast, and is home to the Savannah River International Trade Park, Maersk Line, Suez Express, Garden City Terminal, and other major facilities that work together to make the port one of the busiest and fastest growing seaports in the country.

About Old Fort Jackson - Also called Fort James Jackson or simply Fort Jackson, this American Revolution-era fort has been restored as a National Historic Landmark, and is the oldest standing brick fort in Georgia. Authorized for construction by President Thomas Jefferson and built between 1808 and 1812, the fort was thought to be the best site to protect Savannah from an attack by sea, as war with Great Britain or France seemed likely at the time. The fort was named after British native James Jackson, who fought for the American cause and rose through the ranks to earn the title Colonel.

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