What a better way to enjoy the water on a sunny day than taking the family on a local cruise. Mel is at Riverworks checking out the beautiful and historic Grand Lady.
Jenna Deegan, vice president of Grand Lady Cruises says they’ve been open for about a month now. They are operating at a lower capacity, about 40% of their license capacity so there is plenty of space for people to move around the boat and practice social distancing. You will have to wear a mask when you get on the boat and when you are moving around the boat but when you are with your group you do not. They also have hand sanitizers available around they boat for you.
They have a variety of different cruises. You can enjoy a full-plated dinner cruise, brunch cruises on the weekend and sightseeing cruises and my music cruises at night as well as sunset cruises. Grand Lady Cruises have added some special event cruises as well. Next week they are doing an office trivia cruise. They do private events as well such as small weddings for people who had to switch gears this summer but still want to legally get married and celebrate with an intimate gathering.