A: 36 oz of beer or 18 oz of wine, so a 6 pack to share or a bottle of wine per two people. Please try to bring cans, glass bottles will need to be poured into plastic cups that are provided.
A: Each guest must be 21 years or older. We will be checking IDs before boarding the boats so don’t forget!
A: Each tour fits 14 passengers; 10 pedal stations with additional seating and standing room.
A: Cruise is 1 hour and 45 min.
A: Yes, you can bring your own food.
A: Yes, ice will be provided in the built in coolers.
A: Yes, 7 is the minimum number of people for a cruise.
A: Pick up/drop off is located at the Mr. Rogers statue near Heinz field in the Northshore.
A: Cruises are non refundable and we operate rain or shine. If the Coast Guard/ Captain determine the weather is unsafe we will cancel and you will have the option to reschedule or get a refund.
+Life vests are provided but not required to wear.
+There are no bathrooms on board. Please stop at one of our partner bars before or after the cruise.
+Our boat is inspected by the USCG. Each cruise will have a licensed master captain aboard to help navigate the rivers along with a deckhand.
+Waivers must be signed prior to boarding.
+No jumping or swimming from the boat.
+Must follow the captains rules.
Monday: by appt.
Tuesday: by appt.
Wednesday: 10am to 10pm
Thursday: 10am to 10pm
Friday: 10am to 10pm
Saturday: 10am to 10pm
Sunday: 10am to 10pm
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During a girls’ weekend in Philadelphia, we stopped by a cookie shop for a sweet-tooth fix, but my inner child craved the unbaked dough. We bought a tub of frozen cookie dough — intended for baking — and we passed around the tub, loving every bite and laughing about the lack of cookie dough designed solely for eating in its pure form.
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