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“The GOODTIME III is the largest quadruple-deck, 1,000 passenger luxury ship on the Great Lakes. This sight-seeing trip is unequaled and perfect for individuals, families and groups, large and small. You'll enjoy the fast changing panorama of...more
We went on the dinner cruise and had a great dinner and enjoyed meeting two other couples that were onboard also celebrating an anniversary. The evening was very entertaining and enjoyable. The crew were very friendly.
Website needs to give more detail on parking. Do NOT drive all the way down the street to the boat dock unless you are very early. Parking is limited and it is very tough to get back out. Other parking is in the area with...More
First of all, going aboard during a beautiful sunny afternoon is obviously helpful! Perfect weather makes this much more enjoyable! The tour was very nice. I thought it would be more Lake Erie but exploring the river was great. If you are interested in the...More
When my husband and I owned a boat, we would cruise the Cuyahoga River but we would not know any details as to what we were seeing along the river. The cruise was narrated and it was nice to find out what we did not...More
My husband and I rode on the Goodtime III a little over a year ago for a daytime tour and had a great time. So, when we had another opportunity for a date night, we thought we would book the Saturday night city lights tour....More
If that happened to you, that is so rude. My experience was different. Entering was up a ramp, and there were several crew members who helped make sure I could get up okay. They also made sure I stayed on the main cabin... More
If that happened to you, that is so rude. My experience was different. Entering was up a ramp, and there were several crew members who helped make sure I could get up okay. They also made sure I stayed on the main cabin level. If I had wanted to try the stairs, I would have waited for everyone else to go up first, but I elected to stay put. On exiting the boat, the passengers on my level made sure those of us who had special needs got right up front and the crew members also helped us off first, so we/I had no trouble exiting. I am so sorry you had trouble. It would be an improvement if they had a specific policy for the handicapped to enter and exit first to stop incidents like yours from happening. I hope you will contact them and suggest that to them.