We can think of no more enticing way to spend a summer day than aboard the W.W. Durant, which comes equipped with elegant stained and etched glass, gleaming brass hardware, polished oak, and of course, picturesque views of the Adirondacks:
• $65 (regularly $130) for a three-hour, four-course dinner cruise for two
• $52 (regularly $104) for a two-hour Sunday champagne brunch cruise for two
• $37 (regularly $74) for a two-hour luncheon buffet cruise for two
The dinner cruise starts with soup and a salad, followed by your choice of grilled Atlantic salmon, chicken with sardi sauce, Angus prime rib, or one of the chef's specials. As for dessert, seasonally rotating favorites might include strawberry shortcake or peach melba. Alcoholic beverages are available for an additional fee.
The champagne brunch cruise features your choice of mimosas or Bloody Marys, as well as an assortment of hot and cold buffet choices that may include cheeses and smoked salmon, sausage, eggs, prime rib, and Belgian waffles made to order.
The luncheon buffet cruise showcases an oft-changing menu that could feature pork loin with demiglace, chicken in lemon tarragon sauce, broiled Parmesan tomatoes, salad niçoise, and more, not to mention homemade desserts.
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