Hop aboard the Seagull II for a Saturday evening BYOB Galveston Harbor Sunset Tour this summer

Photo courtesy of Galveston Historical Foundation

Book a two-hour sunset cruise and bring your own drinks aboard a Galveston Harbor Sunset Tour on the Seagull II on Saturday evenings through Saturday, September 4, 2021.

From aboard the Seagull II, Texas Seaport Museum’s 50-foot, twin engine motor vessel, the Galveston Historical Foundation presents a weekly summer weekend cruise for passengers of all ages. The tour guides riders’ attention to a variety of historic sites and sometimes dolphins in the waters of Galveston Bay.

Seagull II has a comfortable main deck, sheltered from sun and rain. An open upper deck affords a full panorama of water and sky. Photography is very welcome.

Built specifically for sight-seeing and educational excursions, the Seagull II is stable, sheltered, and certified by the U.S. Coast Guard. The boat features a covered main deck, as well as an open upper deck with panoramic views of the water and sky.

Passengers ages 21 and older are invited to bring their own beverages onboard for these special evening tours.

Order tickets or learn more.

Photo courtesy of Galveston TV

Booking Time on the Seagull II

Looking for somewhere special to celebrate your next birthday, office get-together, or other event? The Seagull II is also available for private charters, offering water-bound guests a unique atmosphere, ever-changing scenery, romantic sunsets, and dolphin sightings for a memorable venue suitable to any occasion. 

With nearly two centuries of history around Galveston, historic harbor tours also make for an interesting and educational field trip. Classrooms can learn about the Civil War Battle of Galveston, the restored 1877 sailing vessel ELISSA, or tour the harbor with a marine biologist for focused tours that includes hands-on laboratory opportunities.

Learn more about booking your time on the Seagull II.

About Galveston Historical Foundation 

Formed in 1954 from the merger of Galveston Historical Society with a new organization, Galveston Historical Foundation has since served as a non-profit entity devoted to historic preservation and history in Galveston County.

Over the last sixty years, Galveston Historical Foundation has expanded its mission to encompass community redevelopment, historic preservation advocacy, maritime preservation, coastal resiliency and stewardship of historic properties.

Learn more about Galveston Historical Foundation and its mission.

BYOB Galveston Harbor Sunset Tour

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