BrewBoat Cleveland Adds 2 Vessels for Cuyahoga River Cruises

CLEVELAND, Ohio – Five-year-old BrewBoat Cleveland is adding a pair of “BrewBoat Lite” party boats to its fleet on the Cuyahoga River.

The custom-built 10-passenger party boats are slightly smaller than BrewBoat’s original bike boats and will have pub stools on them, BrewBoat Cleveland captain Freddie Coffey said in a statement.

BrewBoat III and BrewBoat IV will start operating in June and will feature similar amenities as the other boats – built-in coolers with ice; center bar layout; Bluetooth audio systems; roll-up canopies for an unobstructed view, and captains and deckhands as guides. Passengers can bring beer; canned is preferred.

Additionally, the original bicycle boats are being renovated to increase capacity to 15 passengers each.

The additional vessels will allow BrewBoat Cleveland to cruise every half hour, up to 20 times a day.

“We know that after the past year, people are really looking forward to getting together in a fun and, more importantly, safe way,” Coffey said.

The reservation is in progress; the season starts in May. Prices for one-hour, 40-minute party cruises start at $399.

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