Ready for a fun and unique evening out in Pittsburgh? Join us Wednesday, June 14th from 6:30 PM to 9:30 PM on one of the Gateway Clipper‘s famous dining cruises for a great dinner, live music and fabulous views of the city skyline! Get up and dance, sit on the top deck and enjoy a cocktail or take a stroll around the boat and experience this wonderful taste of Pittsburgh!
The Gateway Clipper Fleet, moored along the southern banks of the Monongahela River, at Station Square, has become one of Pittsburgh’s landmark attractions. Established in 1958, the Gateway Clipper Fleet is now the number one non-sports attraction in the City of Pittsburgh. It consists of five ships with a total capacity of 2500 passengers. The fleet sails year-round, providing shuttle services during major city events and offering a variety of river cruises. The origins of the Gateway Clipper Fleet can be traced to the early 1950s, when the City of Pittsburgh was in the midst of the modernization effort known as Renaissance I.