I bought the Sunset Celebration Cruise through Groupon for $11 each. The regular price is $22 per adult. We stopped by the ticket booth at the Marina in the morning and booked the cruise for that night - July 17. No problems getting 2 seats, but I would recommend you book a few days before. We were told that they only have XX number of seats for Groupon people per cruise. The girl in the ticket booth was very friendly and processed us quickly. We arrived about a half hour before departure. Everyone gets a name tag which makes socializing a little easier (if you choose to socialize). Each ticket entitles you to one free soda, wine or beer. For an additional $10, it's all the wine, beer or pop that you can drink for the duration of the cruise. (If you purchase the $10 add-on, another person in your party can use your free drink ticket.) They do have some kind of rum punch and I think a full liquor bar that is available - cash bar. As you board, you're greeted by the Captain and one of the mates takes your picture which you can purchase later in the cruise - and no pressure to purchase the picture! Then it's into the lower level of the boat and straight to the bar. The beer was ice cold, soda is also ice cold, but poured from 2 liter bottles. In talking to some of the wine drinkers, they said the wine was also very good. The evening was very pleasant so we all went to the top open deck. The Captain goes over some safety things, backs out, and we took the channel out into the gulf. No sooner than we got up to speed, the dolphins were surrounding the boat, playing in our waves and leading our way. Once out in the Gulf, he slowed down and positioned us to view the sunset. Since we had some time until sunset, he fired up the engines in hopes of finding more dolphin. Sure enough, loads of dolphin surrounded us. We drove back and forth for quite a while enjoying their playful antics. As the sun started to set, the Captain came up top and opened a bottle of champagne and we all toasted the sunset, the water, the beautiful night and each others company. Cruising back to the dock was great. The lights on the bridges and homes were now all on. Last call for drinks went out several times, so they certainly are not stingy. I think we were on the boat for at least 2 hours and we felt it was well worth the money. I did get the $10 add on and I certainly had enough beer to have made that worthwhile. The 2 mates, serving as bartenders and guides, are only paid by tips according to the Captain. They did a great job for us and I know we tipped them well. We told several people in our resort about the trip and they also went. Everyone said it was fun. We're going back next July and will do this cruise again.