50% off a Moosehead Lake cruise on The Katahdin
$33 value for $16.50!
• $16.50 for a three-hour cruise on The Katahdin
• 12-mile trip traveling to the widest part of Moosehead Lake
• Owned and operated by Moosehead Marinee Museum
• Immerse yourself in the natural beauty and history of the lake
• PROMOTION EXPIRES October 7, 2012
Aside from bargain hunting, DealChicken also loves visiting historic locations. Whether you love to see places with plenty of stories behind them or just want to catch some breathtaking views on Moosehead Lake, this special offer from Katahdin Cruises might be right up your alley. Pay just $16.50 for admission to a cruise up Moosehead Lake, including the deepest parts under the 800-foot cliffs of Mount Kineo. The tour is a $33 value, so grab this 50% off bargain while the getting’s good!
Katahdin Cruises are run by the Moosehead Marine Museum as a way to explore the rich beauty and history of Moosehead Lake. The spacious decks of the ship have a maximum capacity of 225 and include plenty of indoor and outdoor seating.
$16.50 for a three-hour cruise on The Katahdin ($33 value)
- Valid for one ticket for a three-hour cruise aboard The Katahdin during the 2012 season (6/26-10/7/12). Blackout dates: 8/1; 8/15; 8/29; 9/29; 10/3. Reservations not accepted. Limited seating capacity-first come, first served. Tickets are non-transferrable.
May purchase six per person. Present your DealChicken voucher at the Moosehead Marine Museum box office and exchange for ticket. Not valid on alcohol, tax or gratuity. Full value must be used in one visit. No cash back or credits. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. Gratuity should be based on original bill before discount. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
- The Merchant, not DealChicken, is solely responsible for this Deal. This Deal is subject to the Terms of Service and HOW DEALCHICKEN WORKS.
Moosehead Lake is the largest lake in Maine and the largest mountain lake in the eastern United States.