Went on the sunset cruise ($35 per person); it was supposed to be a 2 hour cruise, but we were only out for an hour and 15 minutes. Don't know why the time was cut short; the weather was fine. Older man, owner of the ship, sailed the ship, while a young high-school girl and a 20/30ish age male served as crew. The crew hoisted the sails with volunteers from the passengers. Points of interest were pointed out along with the way by the young female crew member. Overpriced beer/wine/sodas/snacks were sold on board. Limited places to sit on the ship. The crew members did not present a good image for a sunset cruise, on which most of the passengers were neatly dressed and freshly showered. The two crew members had on filthy t-shirts, and looked very unkept. A clean shirt, a comb, and a washcloth to freshen up would have done them wonders. I realize they are hosting 3 cruises a day; but they are also responsible for projecting an image that represents the business. There was also no music on board the ship. It would have been nice to listen to some Jimmy Buffett or island music while cruising at sunset. For $35 per person, it could have been a lot better!
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