Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and if you are still looking for something to do, you might consider taking a Valentine’s Day dinner cruise. A Valentine’s Day dinner cruise is basically like any other dinner cruise – in the same way that dinner at a restaurant on Valentine’s Day is like dinner in a restaurant on any other day – but Valentine’s Day is a particularly appropriate occasion for such a cruise. Eating a candlelit dinner and sharing a bottle of wine is inherently romantic, but when you combine this experience with a slow cruise on the water and a view of a city’s night skyline on Valentine’s Day, the situation becomes almost unbearably romantic. So, if you’re the type of person who is always trying to one-up your previous dates, a Valentine’s Day dinner cruise might be just what you are looking for.
In the present instance, we can really only talk about Valentine’s Day dinner cruises generically. These cruises are offered all over the United States, and there are also several offered across the world. A quick search turns up cruises in New York, San Diego, San Francisco, and Savannah, as well as in Budapest, Paris, Sydney, and London, and these are only the top results. These cities are united in that they have either rivers or bays that make such a cruise possible, and basically any place where there are dinner cruises will also have Valentine’s Day dinner cruises. Thus, the best way to find one of these cruises is just to search for them in connection with whatever city you plan to celebrate Valentine’s Day in. You’ll quickly find out what is possible, and then you can finalize plans once you have all your options at your disposal. In most places, there will only be one cruise available, but larger cities will have a few choices available. Regardless of what cruise you end up taking, and no matter where it is, the dinners are fairly elaborate, and thus you can expect to pay a decent amount for them. Prices around $100 per person are common, and they can be substantially more. You might be able to find a more casual cruise, but in general a Valentine’s Day dinner cruise is a fairly high-class affair.
Before we conclude, it is worth mentioning, as we explain in more general article about Valentine’s Day cruises, that a Valentine’s Day dinner cruise is not the only kind of cruise you can take in honor of the holiday. There are Valentine’s Day cruises that focus on other meals (generally brunch), and there are also cruises that don’t feature a meal at all. There are also regular, multiple-day cruises that are in some sense Valentine’s Day cruises, but essentially only in that these cruises happen to encompass the date February 14th, or in that there are promotional deals for cruises that expire on February 14th. So, if you can’t make a Valentine’s Day dinner cruise work, there are still ways to incorporate cruises into the holiday.
So, to recap, a dinner cruise is an especially romantic way to spend Valentine’s Day’s evening, and they are worth looking into if you want to put a twist on the standard “go out for a nice dinner” celebration. There are also ways to cruise for Valentine’s Day that aren’t specifically tied to having dinner, and these are also good ways to have a memorable experience with your partner.