Cruise Boca Ciega Bay aboard the StarLite Princess riverboat, one of the few authentic paddle wheelers in the country. The 107-foot vessel has a Victorian theme with chandeliers, brass and wood accents, and large picture windows throughout the dining areas. Catch breathtaking views from the open observation areas on three decks and enclosed climate controlled dining areas. Daytime cruises (2 to 2 1/2 hours) feature a narrated tour pointing out sights of interest and local history. Snack bar items are available, or choose a sit-down luncheon service with a choice of six entrees
Tuesday and Friday, noon-2:00 pm; Wednesday, noon-2:30 pm; Saturday, noon-2:00 pm; Sunday, Call for availability.
Mondays. May be closed major U.S. holidays.
Included cruise with the Go Orlando Card (does not include food or beverage). On afternoon cruises, meals and snack bar items are optional and are not included in admission. Not valid for Saturday evening cruises.
Please call ahead for current schedule and reservations.
Cruises are subject to availability. On evening cruises, entree purchase is required on board. Operated by StarLite Cruises. Parking is free.
3400 Pasadena Avenue South St. Petersburg Beach, FL 33707
The StarLite Princess departs from its dock next to the Corey Causeway in South Pasadena. Turn onto 75th Avenue off from St. Pete Beach and the boat is on the right. Docks are on the right just past the draw bridge.
The boat ride was really lovely but the food needs to be worked on.No choice of vegatables or potatoes.Also no choice of desert.Was very dissapointed.Have been on many of the evening cruises and was very happy with that but will never go on the lunch one again.