A Cleveland-based tour company will unveil a new luxury boat on the waterfront next month and a $50,000 bus tour that will transport tourists between Cleveland’s attractions and its downtown waterfront.
The Cleveland Sightseeing Boat & Tourist experience, a project by the Cleveland-area firm C&T Cruises, will be showcased to the public for the first time on Oct. 6 at the Cleveland Convention Center.
The new, custom-built luxury boat will feature luxury suites, dining, a spa and a pool, according to a statement from C&TC Cruises.
The company says the $500K in renovations will make the boat “the most luxurious luxury boat ever built.”
The Cleveland sightseeing bus tour will run from 6 p.m. to 8 p.d. on Oct 12, Oct. 14 and Oct. 16, according C&C Cruises’ website.
The trip will run $40 per person for a 12-hour trip from Cleveland to downtown, according the company’s website.
Cleveland’s waterfront will be the backdrop for the sightseeing tour, which includes a tour of downtown Cleveland’s iconic Great Lakes waterfront and a boat tour of Lake Erie.
C&CT Cruises is the second company to create an attraction that brings Cleveland’s sights to life, following the Cleveland Browns football team’s stadium renovations in 2017.
The Browns’ new stadium opened in 2019 and included the construction of a $3.5 million luxury waterfront, including an interactive water tower, floating water park and more.