Experience the unmatched views of the Chicago skyline, Burnham Harbor and more as you cruise the waters of Lake Michigan on the newly renovated Odyssey with Chicago Odysses Lunch & Dinner Cruises.
First-class service, stunning views and gourmet dining all make up a once-in-a-lifetime experience aboard the beautiful Odyssey. Depart from the historic Navy Pier for your Chicago lunch or dinner cruise and snap picture after picture of the beautiful Chicago skyline featuring the Willis Tower, the John Hancock Center, the Shedd Aquarium the Aon Center and more as you enjoy a relaxing cruise on this impressive yacht.
Treat your taste buds to savory meal options including salads, entrees, sides and delectible desserts as you cruise Lake Michigan and head north to North Avenue Beach and then south toward the Planetarium and Burnham Harbor.
Spend a day aboard the luxurious Odyssey for a Chicago Odyssey lunch or dinner cruise with live music and dancing while you step back and enjoy the sights of The Windy City.
Appropriate attire for dinner cruise is cocktail attire or dressy casual. Appropriate attire for other cruises is dressy casual.
The captain and marine crew will direct you to your deck and from there, your hostess will show you to your assigned seats. Two to 20 people may be seated at one table. If your party requires more than one table, the tables will be located next to each other.
About the Chicago Odyssey
The Chicago Odyssey is newly redesigned with elegant decor and a distinctive atmosphere. With a total capacity of 749, the ship's open air and spacious deck is perfect for unparalleled harbor views of the city.
Sights To See
- Jardin Water Filtration Plant: The largest capacity water filtration plant in the world that sends one billion gallons of water per day to people in the north and central parts of Chicago.
- John Hancock Center: A skyscraper that towers 1,127 feet into the air. It is the 7th tallest building in the United States.
- Aon Center: A modern skyscraper with 83 floors and that stands 1,136 feet tall.
- Grant Park: An urban park in Chicago's central business district. It encompasses Millennium Park (home of the Cloud Gate aka the giant bean), Buckingham Fountain, the Art Institute of Chicago and the Museum Campus.
- Willis Tower: Formerly known as the Sears Tower, this skyscraper stands 1,452 feet in the air and was the tallest building in the world for almost 25 years.
- Shedd Aquarium: This indoor aquarium is home to more than 25,000 fish and holds 5,000,000 gallons of water.
- Adler Planetarium: It first opened in 1930 and was America's first planetarium. It was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1987.
- Soldier Field: This football stadium is the home of the Chicago Bears.
- McCormick Place: The largest convention center in North America. It hosts the Chicago Auto Show each year in addition to many other trade shows and meetings.