My wonderful wedding reception memories.
I had my wedding reception on the Starlite Majesty. It was a wonderful experience. The staff was so accommodating and made planning so easy. We had a warm calm evening with a beautiful sunset! My photographer had so many gorgeous shots of me and my new husband on the bow of the boat with the sunset behind us. Our guests had a great time dancing to the band. The food was great. (No other banquet hall gave me a menu that my guests could choose their meal once they were at the reception.) I ordered filet and my husband had chicken marsala. My only complaint was that it was over too soon!
We've been back for other cruises with out of town guests and always been treated with great hospitality. One time we were on, we saw a cute couple get engaged up on the top deck after dinner. (It made me tear up just watching.)
I am sure we'll be back to go on another cruise.
Overrated!. We went on the starlite majesty dinner cruise. the scenery was great. It was beautiful. what disappointed me was the food. not only was it overpriced, it was tasteless. it was 25 dollars for a shrimp al fredo with like 4 shrimps. they gave us one side dish which was a small salad. you have no say on what kind of sides you want or anything else. you order one dish and that's all you'll have. it could have had a better meal at a fast food place. you are required to eat their food while on the cruise, so they leave you with no choice but to eat their unreasonably priced entrees. the staff was alright. there was one waitress for like six tables. so it took her a while to come back with our drinks (like half an hour) .what a waste of money. won't go back again.
Starlite Cruises offers a choice of vessel and more from a menu of music, meals, and destinations..
Coast along Clearwater and St. Petersburg while waltzing on the deck of a sleek yacht or old-fashioned riverboat, or just watch the waves. Spend Sunday afternoon sailing with a Dixieland jazz band or cruise through drawbridges and alongside the landmark 15-mile-long Sunshine Skyway Bridge built after a tragic accident crippled the original bridge. Fare runs from Shrimp Creole to Filet Mignon or you can skip the food--at least at lunch--and feast on the sights.
Paddlewheels churn and engines burn rain or shine, but the routes along the inland waterways and close to the coast make for a smooth ride. Lots of indoor and outdoor lookouts keep passengers comfortable on both boats. Allow at least three hours for evening excursions and two hours for afternoon tours. Bring funds for snacks and cocktails.
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