A friend and myself decided to take in a dinner cruise while in Cleveland for the weekend and booked this one for Saturday night. The first issue was the line to board was long because they insisted on taking a picture of everyone boarding. We finally got on board and were seated with six other people. Dinner was a buffet and quite honestly the food was not that good. It tasted like it had been prepared several hours prior to the cruise. The best part of the meal was probably the cheese cake for dessert. After dinner we went up to the observation deck but since it was dark and by that time we were beyond the Cleveland metro area, you could not see anything. In addition, there was no narrative about the area or sights, just a DJ playing old music. In addition, the cruise is three hours long and by the time we got back, most people seemed very anxious to get off. Sailing in the dark is not very exciting and a bad meal even makes it worse. I would suggest to the operators to start their cruises earlier in the fall to allow the passengers to see the city both at daytime with points of interest highlighted and to finish the cruise at sunset so as to allow the passengers to view the sunset and the lights of the city.
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