|By Angela Triplett||
|May 1, 2014 09:59 AM EDT||
Treat the mom in your life to an experience as special as she is. Embark on a memorable Mother's Day Lunch Cruise aboard the SOLARIS yacht on Sunday, May 11th from 1 - 3 p.m. SunQuest Cruises celebrates Mother's Day in true Emerald-Coast style with a memorable cruise through the sparkling waters and elaborate coastal cuisines prepared on-board by the SOLARIS chefs.
"Whether you have a mom who has it all or are simply looking to give her something truly unique, our lunch cruise will give her memories that she will remember for years to come," stated James Murray, General Manager for SOLARIS.
Set mom on ‘cruise control' as she takes in the warm coastal breezes and panoramic views from the SOLARIS sky deck. Guests will indulge in a three-course meal that begins with a freshly baked Artisan rolls with garlic, herbs and infused oil. Entrée choices include a fresh herb-encrusted Filet Mignon in Bordelaise sauce, Gulf Fish topped with lemon beurre blanc sauce, cheese & fresh herb-stuffed chicken breast with volute sauce or spinach & cheese stuffed pasta. Children's main course is freshly baked flat bread pizzas. End on a sweet note with Chef's special Mother's Day dessert.
The SOLARIS Mother's Day Lunch Cruise, including a three-course meal and two-hour cruise, is $55/adult, $25/child (ages 3-10) and $15 for infants up to age 3. Boarding begins at 12:15 p.m. with cruise from 1 - 3 p.m. Reservations required online at www.SunQuestCruises.com or call 850.650.2519.
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