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St. Croix River Cruises is a company that provides amazing, unforgettable experiences for guests. You get to enjoy a great boat ride along the Minnesota and Wisconsin shores. They have great vessels and professional, courteous staff members. So it’s no wonder that they are an award winner, having won a Best of 2019 Award from Minnesota Meetings & Events.
They run multiple cruises. But today I want to talk about one cruise in particular. And that cruise is the Fajita & Margarita Cruise.
The Fajita & Margarita Cruise is a two-hour buffet dinner cruise. The delicious buffet is provided by the chefs at the Afton House Inn.
The menu consists of:
- Chicken & Pork Carnitas layered with onions & peppers
- Flour and Corn Tortillas
- Black Beans
- Spanish Rice
- Chips & Salsa with all of the toppings
But don’t forget about the margaritas! It is, after all, in the name of the cruise. And you get margaritas. In fact, they have a 2-for-1 Margarita deal available at the bar! And if you’re still thirsty, there’s a full cash bar onboard.
You get to enjoy all this great food and drinks while you cruise down the scenic St. Croix River. There are three different vessels available you could get for your cruise: the Grand Duchess, Afton Princess, or Sweet Afton.
This special cruise takes place on select Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting in May and lasting through October. The cruise takes off in Hudson, Wisconsin (part of the Minneapolis/St. Paul or Twin Cities area).
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Please note that they don’t accept credit cards or checks on the boat. There is an ATM available on the Grand Duchess Charter Boat. Unfortunately, though, there is not one on the Afton Princess Charter Boat.