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A more casual alternative to fancy dinner cruises, this is promoted as more of a "fun" ship (that means DJs at night, although you'll have to put up with some kind of "live entertainment" no matter when you sail). Daily lunch and dinner excursions are available, as are midnight voyages on weekends. The same company offers more formal (and expensive) cruises aboard the Odyssey (www.odysseycruises.com) and motorboat rides on the 70-passenger Seadog (www.seadogcruises.com), if you really want to feel the water in your face.