SUMMER FUN! Minnesota’s Margarita Cruise Is Back
Minnesota is the land of 10,000 lakes and 809,000 boats. Yep, there are nearly one million boats in the state of Minnesota according to a report from the National Marine Manufacturers Association that was published by Twin Cities Business Magazine.
If you own a boat or if you’re lucky enough to have a friend with a boat you know just how much fun it is to spend a hot summer day on the water. There’s nothing better than cruising around the lake while jamming music, listening to music, and laughing with your family and friends. You can create all of those memories even if you don’t have access to a boat when you hop on Minnesota’s Margarita Cruise. The ship is sailing again this summer, find out how to get on below.
Minnesota's Margarita Cruise Is Back For Summer Fun
Lime, Strawberry, Mango? Frozen? On the Rocks? How do you like your margarita? I always go with the classic lime on the rocks with no salt.
You can order your favorite or experiment on Minnesota’s Margarita Cruise because the margs are 2 for 1. Read more about this unique cruise and find out how to get tickets below.
What To Expect on Minnesota's Margarita Cruise
Minnesota’s Margarita Cruise is a happy hour like no other. It’s a fun date idea or a great way to have some fun with friends, family, or coworkers.
Boarding starts at 5:00pm and the ship departs at 6:00pm for a 90-minute cruise on the Mississippi river.
Once you arrive and board the ship you’ll be greeted by the ship’s friendly crew and will have access to chips, salsa, and a build your own taco station. Don’t forget your money because guests can purchase their favorite beverages, including 2 for 1 margaritas, at the ship’s cash bar.
How To Get Tickets For Minnesota's Margarita Cruise
Minnesota’s Margarita Cruise happens every Wednesday and Thursday from June through September. Reservations are required and tickets are available online. Tickets are $35.27
Where Is Minnesota's Margarita Cruise
To get to the ship head to 205 Dr. Justus Ohage Blvd in St. Paul which is at the top of Plato Blvd then take a right and head down to the parking lot.
For more fun ideas, check out the Minnesota summer bucket list below.