Summer days are longer and warmer, and the sun’s sparkling reflection on the water sets the stage for a relaxing way to sightsee—on a cruise. A harbor cruise, riverboat journey or tall ship adventure adds a heady dimension to any group itinerary and provides a refreshing alternative to the “road routine.”

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Celebration Belle

Moline, Illinois

The Celebration Belle is the largest non-gaming riverboat on the Upper Mississippi River, accommodating up to 800 passengers. Enjoy four decks with two enclosed, climate-controlled dining decks, two outer observation decks, an elevator, a gift shop, five fully stocked bars and two dance floors. There are several cruise options for groups—All-Day Cruises, 4-Hour Themed Cruises (Big Band, Classic Oldies, Fall Foliage), Captain’s Dinner Cruises and Special Events & Holiday Cruises, to name a few. (

CitySightseeing NY

New York

Since launching in 1986, CitySightseeing has carried more than 65 million passengers. Set sail from any of the locations in New York or New Jersey for priceless views of historical sights and monumental skyscrapers. Charters can accommodate up to 299 guests, and you can choose from daytime cruises, tour packages or holiday specials. Interested in a private charter? CitySightseeing NY can customize cruises to fit your group needs. (

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