Are niece is getting married and hosted a party on board the lobster cruise boat. The weather (which you can't control) was wonderful as was everything else that happened that night.
There were big plates of appetizers on the top deck. Cheese spreads, crackers and fresh fruit. Beverages of all types were available on both decks. After cruising around the bay and getting a chance to enjoy the sights and meet other guests, the dinner bell was rung and we all proceeded downstairs for dinner. There were four choices available for pre-order; lobster roll, cooked lobster, prime rib and a chicken caesar salad. The wife and I had the lobster roll and our son had the prime rib. Both were huge portions and very tasty. We usually always get a lobster versus a whole lobster. It is far less work and you usually get more meat on the roll than what you get with the whole lobster. The whole lobsters did look very large, but the amount of meat on the rolls was very large as well.
No coffee that I saw anyway or dessert but there is the Cape Cod Creamery on the way home.
Service was quick and friendly. Everyone pretty much got their food at the same time. Tables were quickly cleaned.
If you go you will have very good food, generous portions and great views of the sunset and the bay. Just remember you are on a boat so if you get the least bit seasick, stay ashore and go to the Sesuit Harbor Cafe for a lobster roll. The owner of the boat also owns the Cafe right next door.
Good food, good service, great scenic views, just don't sing the theme from Gilligan's Island.
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