Your Complete Booze Cruise Guide For The Jersey Shore 2020
I am counting down the days until the warm weather arrives because then life changes here at the Jersey Shore.
Snow, potholes and winter jackets transform into bathing suits, beaches and booze!
One of my personal favorite Summertime activities is to indulge in a booze cruise. You've got water. You've got alcohol. You've got your friends. There really isn't a downside.
So here are all of the booze cruises available in the Jersey Shore that you and your friends can enjoy this Summer.
47 Broadway, Point Pleasant
(732) 528-6620 or (732) 892-3377
River Queen offers a wide variety of cruises and celebration-inspired trips. There are Buffet Luncheon Cruises, a Pasta & Fireworks Cruise for the 4th of July, 1.5 Hour Sightseeing Cruises, a Murder Mystery Dinner Cruise, and a New Year's Eve Cruise.
There is a full cash bar available on board along with snacks and meals that come with your specific package.
Tickets can be purchased in person or through the mail and they unfortunately do NOT accept credit cards.
Atlantic Highlands, NJ (They can also pick up from other major marinas in NJ and NY)
Call or Text: (908) 601-7345
There are two different Charters you can choose from.
1. Teal: this trip is for 10 to 50 people and has two spacious decks, surround sound speakers, and wrap around seating.
2. Festiva: this trip is good for 30 to 150 people (now THAT is a party) and comes with decorated buffet areas, a DJ booth, a dance floor and a full kitchen gallery.
There are a few different menus to choose from: the Lunch Cruise, the Dinner Cruise, and my personal favorite, the Cocktail Cruise.
1600 NJ 70, Brick
Get ready for the most unique Pirate Ship Adventure offered in the USA.
There are multiple packages available. You can jump on one of the boats chartered to sail which would be a non-private adventure or you can charter your own boat!
There are Pirate Ship Adventures, themed charters and they can accommodate large camps and recreational groups.
8 Simon Lake Drive, Atlantic Highlands
This is another spot where you have multiple options to choose from.
You can hop aboard the Navesink Queen which is a paddle wheel boat that can carry groups as large as 150 people.
There is also the Mariner, a classic wooden boat that comes equipped with a full service bar and can carry up to 40 passengers.
There are also a few public cruises that you and a friend can join in on. There is the Navesink Queen Sunset Cruise, Anchor Jam Cruise and a Live Music Cruise.
415 Broadway, Point Pleasant
This hot spot mainly focuses on fishing trips. They offer daily blue fishing, daily striped bass fishing, inshore blue fishing, offshore tuna fishing.
This company does NOT provide food or drink so make sure you come prepared. No hard alcohol is allowed on these charters but beer and wine are welcome but in moderation.
You can always book a River Cruise for up to 70 people for one of those special occasions too!
12 Lake Drive, Island Heights
Seaside Sailing has been exploring the Jersey Shore waters for over 45 years.
Up to 6 guests can can hop aboard one of their sailboats for a morning, afternoon or sunset cruise to explore the Barnegat Bay.
You also have the choice to relax as you sail or you can join the crew and learn the ropes of what it is like to sail.
The Captain will provide free soda and water but guests are encouraged to bring food and drinks that they like.
They even have a furry crew member named Beamer that loves to keep guests company while on board.
The Pleasant Water Taxi is formerly known as the Manasquan Water Taxi and what they offer is kinda cool.
This service is a water taxi that brings you to various restaurants and bars on the Manasquan River. Feel free to enjoy a cocktail In-between stops or just simply soak up the sun and relax.
A few of the restaurants listed are Lobster Shanty, Wharfside Patio Bar, River House and Red's Lobster Pot but the list has plenty other locations.
If you plan on utilizing the Pleasant Water Taxi all Summer, they offer Season Passes, Nightly Passes and Private Charters!
Okay....that was a lot of information to soak in....
If we missed anywhere along the Jersey Shore, please let us know ASAP so we can add it to this list.
Let the countdown to Summer begin. And after making this guide, I am watching the clock.
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