Difference Between a Dinner Cruise and a Sunset Sail

What are the differences between a Sunset Sail and a Dinner Cruise?


The main differences between a Sunset Sail and a Dinner Cruise are that:
• A dinner cruise will serve dinner while a sunset sail will serve 'pupu's'.
• Both will serve drinks but there is usually more choice on a dinner cruise
• The sunset sail will usually try to get out into the wind and put up the sails. The last thing most dinner cruises want to do is get to a place that is windy enough to blow your meal around the table.
• Sunset Sails are usually substantially less in cost.

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