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Sail away on a romantic Tokyo Bay night cruise! Lunch Cruise also available. Enjoy a luxurious full-course French meal while relaxing on a cruise around Tokyo Bay. Enjoy the beautiful view, delicious food and romantic atmosphere!
- Choose the afternoon cruise to float away while soaking up the sun!
- Select the twilight or dinner cruise for a romantic evening with sparkling Tokyo night views!
- Savor 7 courses of French cuisine as you sail away
- Enjoy the amazing views of of Tokyo Bay
- Add-on free-flow drinks including beer, wine, spirits cocktails and soft drinks
Cruise passenger terminal near Takeshiba Station, Tokyo
What you need to bring
- 日本語 (Fluent)
- English (Fluent)
Relaxing and enjoyable
We enjoyed our trip on the boat greatly. The views were beautiful and the drinks were varied and very nice. A good selection of cocktails and some nice bubbly wine!
We were lucky with the weather as it wasn't raining, I imagine the experience is not quite as good if you can't go out onto the deck due to poor weather.
Cruise was great. Boat is really nice and you see most of the sights. Suggest getting a plastic seat once the ship sets sail and placing at the front of ship - that is where you will have the best view. Good value too and all you can drink (although I only managed three beers!).
Very nice and quiet cruise during the last night of my stay with my girlfriend. Worth the cruise to finish off the trip and the complimentary unlimited drinks were great. Definitely recommend.
Relaxing and pleasant ride in Tokyo Bay
This cruise is a great way to wrap up a trip to Tokyo. We actually missed out scheduled cruise due to taking the wrong train, (we did that a lot during our trip) but we were able to reschedule without any issues after talking with our host*.
Would definitely recommend this activity for anyone looking for a quite end to a long day of sightseeing in Tokyo.
*I'm not sure if we rescheduled with a Voyagin host or just someone that works at the CYC. The Voyagin site says that the host is fluent in English among some other languages. However, the person that we re-booked with did not speak English well. Luckily my SO spoke some Japanese so it wasn't an issue for us.
Beautiful scenery and romantic
The check-in was really simple, and the yacht personnel was really accommodating. There was a good selection of alcoholic beverages (all you can drink is already included in the price!), and the views were amazing from the yacht. It was really romantic if you're traveling as a a couple, but there were also groups of friends and families who enjoyed the night cruise as well. Highly recommended!
A wonderful experience!
I booked this cruise for my girlfriends birthday. It was a perfect way to end the day, with a good selection of alcoholic beverages (free of charge may i add) and stunning scenery. The short cruise had wonderfull staff and provided great views around Tokyo Bay. It did get a little chilly outside in winter but the views were definitely worth it! Make sure to bring a camera!
Awesome Night Cruise
I had a really great time on this night cruise. It gave fantastic views of Tokyo and it's on a beautiful Yacht! The tickets come with free drinks, the host makes a variety you can choose from and they are labeled in English. You can sit inside and about halfway through the cruise, they open up the top deck for you to walk out on. The staff are kind enough to take your pictures while you go up there to capture your cruise experience! This was a great choice and I definitely recommend this to others. It's only about an hour long so keep that in mind.
Nice way to unwind
We went after a lot of touring around the city, so the night-cruise was a nice way to unwind and get some different views of Tokyo. Cocktails and other beverages are served before and during the cruise. The place was easy to find and staff was nice and provided excellent service
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