Sunset Dinner Cruise – Weekly on Friday

stilt houses port richey dinner cruise gill dawgGill Dawg strives to offer an authentic Florida experience in our corner of Florida’s Nature Coast. So, we’re pleased that our Daisy & The Dawg Sunset Dinner Cruise has been featured on the Authentic Florida 2016 Bucket List.

“Whether looking for a half-day, full-day, or weekend excursion, the Authentic Florida Traveler experiences Florida in its simplest form – enjoying the Florida that has always been here, yet often forgotten.” ~ Authentic Florida

 

Daisy & The Dawg Sunset Dinner Cruise in Port Richey

Enjoy a Sunset Dinner Cruise with Miss Daisy boatline, departing from Gill Dawg every Friday evening 1 hour before sunset.

When: Cruises will be held every Friday
Time:
 Guests to arrive 90 minutes before Sunset.  Boat to depart 1 hour before sunset. Tour lasts 2 hours.

Price: $59.99 /person

  • Wine & Beer available for purchase
  • Cruise lasts approximately 2hrs
  • Call now to book 727-842-1070, or book online below!
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Our Delicious Sunset Dinner Includes:

  • Salad
  • Fish or Chicken entree
  • Chef’s Choice Roasted Vegetables
  • Dessert

View Pasco’s Iconic Stilt Houses at Sunset

“Originally constructed as wooden fishing camps elevated over water on deep pilings, stilt houses date back to the early 1900s. Fishermen built the houses as resting spots so they could extend their hours-long and sometimes days-long fishing trips. “Squatters rights” determined the location and as fishermen found the spot they liked, they built their lodge over the water. Stilt houses can still be viewed throughout Florida – in Miami’s Biscayne Bay (Stiltsville), and Charlotte Harbor in the Fort Myers area, and thirty miles northwest of Tampa off the shores of Pasco County, where you can view nine rustic stilt houses. One of the best ways is via a Sunset Dinner Cruise from Port Richey’s Gill Dawg Marina. Once on the Gulf, you’ll see these surreal structures rising from the bay, and as the sun sets, the sky will transform into an amazing Technicolor pink-tangerine vista with the Pasco County stilt houses silhouetted against the sunset sky.”