The two cruises will occur almost simultaneously in the late evening, in order to catch the fireworks, and, though similar, are different from one another in a few key ways.
The first type of cruise available is the river cruise. On this 75-minute tour, the boat will move down the city’s interior waterways where a tour guide will point out and give informative lectures on notable pieces of Chicago architecture. The tour will conclude at the mouth of the Chicago River, which is a prime location for an unobstructed view of the fireworks. It will leave its dock on Navy Pier (http://www.conciergepreferred.com/
The other type of cruise is the lake cruise. Like the river cruise, this tour will include great views of and information on some of the city’s most prized pieces of architecture and end by giving its passengers an incredible view of some pyrotechnics. Where it differs is, of course, that it is on the lake rather than the river, specifically the section of the lake between the John Hancock building to the north and the Chicago Museum Campus (http://www.conciergepreferred.com/
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