Witnessing a Sunshine State sunset aboard a boat is a must-do experience for Floridians and visitors alike. For those without a maritime vessel, Visit Palm Beach has the next best thing. The 50-foot catamaran aptly named Hakuna Matata—which means “no worries” in Swahili, a saying made famous by The Lion King—traverses the tranquil waters of Palm Beach County with an array of sailing excursions.
The 50-foot catamaran is a like a floating party patio, wide and spacious, with accommodation for as many as 40 people, and the twin-hulls make for a steady and smooth ride. The Sunset Sailing Cruises plies the Intracoastal Waterway on Tuesdays and Wednesdays starting in May, embarking from Sailfish Marina at 7 p.m. Passengers can bring beverages and snacks or purchase goods onboard—then kick back and relax while music and the ever-entertaining crew gets the guests into the Hakuna Matata spirit ($25 for adult, $15).
Sound like fun? We would like to send one lucky reader and three guests on a sunset cruise—a $100 value—in celebration of living where others vacation. Click on the thumbnail below and enter for a chance to win.
Drawing: May 15, 2014
If you don’t win this prize package, there are still plenty of opportunities to hop aboard the H.M. In addition to the sunset sail, there are Sunday day cruises, Saturday evening cruises, swim and snorkel excursions and narrated sightseeing tours.
- For more information, visit visitpalmbeach.com.