Voice Daily Deal: You're On a Boat, Bitch

Living in Miami, we sometimes take for granted all the cool and amazing things that we have in our own backyard - like the ability to spend the day eating and drinking on a boat.

Sure, owning a boat requires a lot of money that we don't have, but what if we told you that you could spend the day drinking on a boat for the price of....well, spending the day drinking at some dimly lit dive bar. Not that there's anything wrong with drinking at a dive bar (we do it all the time -- just ask our livers). But there is something cool about heading out to sea, watching the dolphins frolic, and smelling the fresh salt air.

Which is why we love today's Voice Daily Deal,

which invites you to head out on the 50-foot Great White catamaran for a two-a-half-hour cruise on beautiful Biscayne Bay. Departing from Marbella

Marina in downtown Miami, you'll set sail drink in hand. Sights to see

include Vizcaya, all those mansions on Star Island that you'll probably

never afford (best not to think that Rosie O'Donnell is living better

than you), and lots of fish, dolphins, pelicans, and other non-human


The cruise, which sets sail at 6:30 p.m. includes

unlimited beer, wine, soft drinks, and munchies, is normally $75 per

person, but act now and an evening at sea is just $35. The best part? 

Purchase up to 15 vouchers and invite all your friends. Then tell them

you won that insane Powerball lottery and you just bought the boat

(white Captain's hat not included). Click here to get in on the deal.

Marbella Marina
801 Brickell Bay Drive, Miami

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