If you are holding your wedding ceremony in one of Savannah’s parks or squares, a downtown church or even out on Tybee Island, we welcome your reception on one of our riverboats! We have options for brunch, lunch, dinner and hors d’oeuvres menus at a per person rate. Half of our per person rate includes the cruise itself and the other half is for the menu that you select.
Private Deck and Boat Charters are available. Please contact our Group Sales Department for more information.
Any room, deck or boat charter includes: a privately enclosed climate-controlled dining deck with panoramic views of the Savannah River, a buffet menu of your choice, bar, and men’s and women’s restrooms. You are welcome to bring along any decorations or centerpieces. You may order your wedding cake or cupcakes and have them delivered to the boat. This is the only outside food that we allow. All other food & beverage must come from the riverboat company.
Down to the last detail, each wedding ceremony, reception, party or dinner aboard one of our beautifully appointed riverboats is carefully choreographed, exquisitely presented and masterfully produced. After all, your wedding day is a romantic celebration that should always be treasured! Our beautiful coastal setting allows you elegant indoor and outdoor spaces that can easily accommodate parties of 2 to 1,000.
Your Cruise and Event Specialist will help you plan a menu, choose the décor and entertainment that will exceed your highest expectations. If you are looking to wow your guests with a unique location, outstanding food and a one of a kind celebration, Savannah Riverboat Cruises is definitely the right choice! We are sure that the rich quality of our southern hospitality will make you feel at ease.
Surround your guests with the sights and sounds of a city founded in 1733. Your ceremony will take place on one of our outdoor decks overlooking world famous River Street. After your wedding ceremony is over family and guests can stroll from the ceremony to the waiting reception without the worry of traveling across town.