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I went cliff diving once when I was in college while on a trip to Jamaica.  It was terrifying.  And I think I was probably only 25 feet up.  The guys this weekend are going to be doing 80.  This particular event is a two-fer.  Go on a cruise AND watch the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series ... and sing I'm On A Boat at the top of your lungs.......    

On Saturday, August, 20, the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series tour makes its first-ever stop in New England. The Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) building will be transformed into the launch pad as a group of world class acrobatic athletes dive from 80 feet above water, reaching speeds upwards of 60 mph, as they plunge into Boston Harbor.

While most people will watch from land, Spirit of Boston is offering a unique opportunity to catch all of the death-defying action from front row seats on the water. The boat will cruise along Boston’s Inner Harbor from 3:30 – 5:30 PM, allowing spectators direct views of the competition while enjoying a light buffet and summer cocktails on the outer decks.

Spirit of Boston’s ICA Cliff Diving Viewing Cruise menu will include a variety of Spirit’s most popular dishes including; Chicken Fontina, Pasta Primavera a la Vodka, Garlic Potatoes and a delicious assortment of desserts. Tickets include a complimentary cocktail at boarding from Spirit’s summer cocktail list. This is one event not to be missed.


CRUISE DETAILS:
Board: 3 PM
Cruise: 3:30 – 5:30 PM
Date: Saturday, August 20
Tickets: $37.90/person – Kids 12 and under cruise FREE
- Includes complimentary boarding cocktail and light buffet

Click (here) for more info on the cruise.

Click (here) for more info on the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series.


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