Sipping on your favorite drink on a boat just feels so right! The open air, the spray of water, and the relaxing powers of a cold beer or good glass of wine combine flawlessly. Enter the best booze cruises of New Hampshire. From all out party ships to more refined nature cruises, these options are among the best for a good time in the great outdoors.
From country to reggae to general party, the booze cruises of Isles of Shoals Steamship Company are tops in the Granite State. Grab some friends or a date and set out on the ocean for some drinks, some tunes, and a really fabulous time. Take in the gorgeous sights of the New Hampshire Seacoast as you make memories to last a lifetime during this cash-only adventure!
If your ideal picture of a booze cruise is a little more refined, look no further than Portsmouth Harbor Cruises Wine Cruise! Taste five delicious wines paired with cheese as you leisurely cruise the Seacoast. Wine selections change each outing, so each venture feels equally new and exciting!
If you prefer to keep the party earlier in the day, check out Mount Washington Cruises Sunday Champagne Brunch Cruise on glorious Lake Winnipesaukee! Explore the 44,000 acres of natural beauty of one of our most incredible resources with this two and half hour excursion.
All aboard the MV Kearsarge Restaurant Ship for two hours of a really good time! This two hour tour, complete with gourmet dinner, is fully narrated by the Captain. Learn the history and folklore of the lake as you navigate the water, and leave with some seriously interesting trivia about the region!
Though the Squam Lakes Natural Science Center Dinner Cruise does not serve alcohol on board, it does give cruisers an opportunity to enjoy a fabulous evening of dinner and drinks at Walter’s Basin Restaurant prior to boarding. Once you’re on board and feeling loose, enjoy 90 minutes on a canopied pontoon boat exploring the lake. Binoculars will be provided, and a knowledgeable guide will provide fascinating background on the animals, plants, and people of Squam Lake.