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Night Of Lights Holiday Boat Tour
National Geographic rated St. Augustine’s Nights Of Lights as one of the best holiday lighting displays in the world.
During the holidays, St. Augustine is aglow with their Nights Of Lights. Lights, lights and more lights everywhere you look. These lights are breathtakingly beautiful.
Now you can see these gorgeous lights from the water! Step aboard the Bruce and let Captain Martin at the Vilano Pier. St. Augustine is the oldest city in the United States and has a fascinating history. With pirate attacks, battles with Native Americans, yellow fever epidemics, and the Great Fire of 1914, a great deal has happened in this city.
Enjoy a relaxing boat ride on this one hour tour. As you cruise the waters, you’ll see lovely buildings with Spanish Colonial architecture. Captain Martin will point out significant landmarks and buildings and tell you about their history. You’ll see the Bridge of Lions, the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Maritime Museum and the Castillo de San Marcos National Monument, and many more historical sights.
You’ll be dazzled by the beauty of downtown St. Augustine all lit up with millions of twinkling lights. You can see all this from the water. The reflection of the lights on the water appear to double the number of lights, making this an even more glorious sight. View the millions of tiny white lights that create a magical picture in the night.
Captain Martin has over 35 years of captain and crew experience. He is a member of the National Association of Charterboat Operators (NACO). He will show you amazing views of beautiful St. Augustine and can make its colorful history come alive for you.
There are four different departure times for evening tours, beginning at 5:45 pm.
This boat tour is a great way to see the beautiful holiday lights, learn some history of St. Augustine and enjoy a great cruise on the waters.
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