Drinking and driving kills innocent bystanders and can cost foolish drivers $20,000 in court fees, fines and the cost of a lawyer — unless you lose your job. Then, the bill is much higher. There’s a safer and less expensive way to cruise with friends and enjoy a glass/bottle of wine: The Legacy Wine Cruise on Lake Lanier.
There’s no better way to see Lake Lanier — for a fraction of the cost to rent an exquisite 85-foot excursion yacht with a skilled captain at the helm.
This isn’t just any old day on your standard 85-foot yacht. This is a wine cruise! Pay for the ride and sample free wine as you sail the heavenly seas of Lake Lanier. If you prefer, pay for the wine and get a free ride on the lake. Take your pick!
The cost is less than having your car towed when you get pulled over for DUI: a paltry $70 per person (plus tax, service charge and the Lanier Islands parking fee).
Even if you don’t know the difference between a sommelier and a Somalian, you will have a wonderful time. Explore the lake from your lofty perch and pick which lake house you’ll buy when your ship comes in. Cruise with your favorite old friends and meet your favorite new wines.
Make reservations soon, then drive to Lanier Islands on Sunday, July 16, 2017, for this three-hour tour (pfft … what could possibly go wrong?) from 2 PM until 5 PM. Chip in to bring along a non-drinker to drive everyone home afterward and you’re all set.
Guests will interact with winemakers and other knowledgeable wine industry insiders for a three-hour cruise aboard the Island Princess complete with wine samples and uniquely conceived dining fare that pairs with each wine.
The Island Princess sets sail from Harbor Landing on select Sundays at 2 PM, and docks at 5 PM. Please be sure to arrive at least 30 minutes in advance to board and select a table for your group. The boat will not return to the dock to pick up late guests.
For reservations on the Legacy Wine Cruise, please call 678-318-2048.