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Vancouver Harbor Sunset Dinner Cruise

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  • Sunset dinner cruise in Vancouver
  • Enjoy 2.5 hours on Vancouver Harbour and Burrard Inlet
  • Magnificent scenery of mountains and the city waterfront
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Vancouver Harbor Sunset Dinner Cruise
From US$73.80
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Vancouver Harbor Sunset Dinner Cruise
US$73.80
Overview
Looking for an enchanting and unusual way to spend an evening in Vancouver? Take a leisurely dinner cruise along the city’s gorgeous waterfront! Spend 2.5 hours listening to live music and savoring delicious Pacific Coast-styled cuisine as you float through Vancouver’s Inner Harbor. Stroll the deck at sunset, indulge in a freshly prepared buffet, and take in the beautiful sights including Canada Place, the North Shore Mountains and the West Vancouver skyline after dusk.
What to Expect
Your luxurious dinner cruise launches in the evening from Devonian Harbour near Stanley Park. Board the lovely double-decker paddlewheeler, and take a promenade along the deck or find a seat in the cabin as you embark on a 2.5-hour float. You'll cruise through Vancouver’s scenic harbor and Burrard Inlet as sun sets on the Pacific Ocean. Relax and admire glowing views of the city skyline including Canada Place and the West Vancouver Shoreline, set against the dramatic backdrop of North Shore Mountains.

When whimsy strikes you, visit the dinner buffet and sample a variety of regional dishes from fresh salads and sides to British Columbia salmon and beef bordelaise. (Sample menu included below.) As you eat, admire striking views, enjoy local live music, and visit with friends old and new.

Your dining cruise ends back at the departure point in Vancouver with plenty of time to sample the Vancouver nightlife!
Please note: This seasonal tour runs from May through Mid-October only.
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1 - 5 of 23 reviews

Reviewed 2 days ago
Last evening in Vancouver, what a treat

As it was our last evening on this trip we decided to do the sunset dinner cruise. We sailed on the paddle steamer, what a treat. The dining area was lovely, fully booked but didn't feel crowded or rushed. The food was excellent, plentiful and...More

Thank carolann
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Nice views of the city at night!.

I was highlyrecommend this dinner cruise we have a family member with food allergies and went out of their way to accommodate us. Rhe meal was very good as well!

Thank Pam B
Reviewed 1 week ago
Wonderful time on the cruise

Getting to the ship was straightforward. Cruise was about 75% full, so it wasn't crowded. Felt like we had plenty of room for the 4 of us. The food was excellent - especially enjoyed the salmon. Plenty of dessert and very tasty. Views from on...More

Thank Hal M
Reviewed 1 week ago
Sunset in Vancouver

We signed up for the cruise from our hotel and took a cab from downtown. It was only about 10.00 CAD to get to the dock. They left right at 7 and returned at 9:30. The upstairs area was a bit warm and stuffy until...More

Thank ann s
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
We had a very enjoyable time on the tour. The food was good.

We enjoyed the excursion, but got a parking ticket that cost $75 even though the parking lot was nearly empty. We felt that the person that checked us in should have warned us about the parking lot. Otherwise, the smoke diminished the local sights.

1  Thank Larry H
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JuanPabloAparicio
14 September 2018|
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Response from Larry H | Reviewed this property |
No, drinks are extra.
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Soodeh N
6 August 2018|
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Response from WanderingSiren973 | Reviewed this property |
Probably best to contact Harbor Cruises directly about that.
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Susan T
4 July 2018|
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Response from UpForTravelGuy |
yes, you can walk along the seawall from Burrard station. It will be around 15 minutes walk
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