Embark on a magical Christmas boat cruise in December.
There’s nothing else like this lake cruise – the Santa Cruise on Lake Geneva. You will be enchanted by lighted displays that unfold the story of your journey to the North Pole.
From the boat, sneak a peek at the Lake Geneva shoreline to see Santa’s hideaway and Santa himself as he reads the names of the children on board who are on his “Nice List.”
Farm Bureau has booked the Santa Cruise for Saturday, Dec. 14. It’s a 40-minute cruise along the shoreline in Williams Bay. All ages will delight in this boat cruise seeing the lighted Christmas displays.
The two-deck cruise boat is climate controlled, enclosed, and decked out in Christmas splendor. There will be narration and music during the cruise, plus activities.
Before the journey on board begins, you will walk through the Twelve Charities of Christmas Tree Festival. This indoor winter wonderland includes 12 individually decorated trees.
After the cruise, you will dine at Pier 290 in Williams Bay with a variety of menu choices – salmon, chicken, beef stroganoff or macaroni & cheese for the adults, and hot dog, chicken strips or macaroni & cheese for the kids, plus desserts.
Cost of this trip is $78 for adults and $58 for children (2-17 years) and includes the cruise, festival of trees, dinner and motor coach transportation.
Motor coach departs from Farm Bureau at 2:30 p.m. and returns by 8:30 p.m.
Registration opens for this trip on Monday, Oct. 7 beginning at 8 a.m. at the Farm Bureau office. Credit card or check payment accepted.