DON’T MISS THE BEST SALSA CRUISE IN CLEVELAND!
Make the most of the remaining days of summer and join GOODTIME III for one of the best things to do in Cleveland on a Sunday night, the Sammy DeLeon y su Orquestra Salsa Cruise. It’s a cruise you’ll never forget as you dance the night away under the stars on the Cuyahoga River and Lake Erie, with the lights of downtown Cleveland serving as a glorious backdrop.
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One of the Best Summer Nights in Cleveland! Any list of the top things to do in Cleveland on a Sunday night in the summer has to include GOODTIME III’s Sammy DeLeon y su Orquestra Salsa Cruise. Grab all of your friends for an incredible night of dancing under the stars on the largest 4-deck cruise ship in Cleveland. Special cruise guest Sammy DeLeon y su Orquestra will play Latino-inspired music during this fun-filled evening. It’s a night you don’t want to miss out on—a perfect event for a girl’s night out, large groups of friends, co-workers, or any other large group. A cash bar will be open, and snacks will be available. You won’t find a more magical setting than cruising under the stars with the Cleveland skyline creating a gorgeous backdrop for your night on the town.
Weather is never a problem, as the Sammy DeLeon y su Orquestra Salsa Cruise sails rain or shine.
The Captain may vary the route at his discretion based on the weather and traffic conditions on the water.
The GOODTIME III is the largest quadruple-deck, 1,000 passenger luxury ship in Cleveland and offers plenty of room for all passengers, who are not confined to their seats. Whether you choose the top sun decks, the large, semi-open second deck, or the main glass-enclosed lower deck (which is air-conditioned or heated for comfort), passengers can move from deck to deck and enjoy the cruise however they would like to.
No outside food or beverages are allowed. Please contact us at (216) 861-5110 for further details.
The GOODTIME III operates from Cleveland’s North Coast Inner Harbor at E. 9th Street Pier, behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Great Lakes Science Center, and numerous Cleveland hotels are nearby.