We may have missed out on 2020, but we're ready to party the night away with the 2021 summer of cruises aboard the M/V Thomas Laighton with live music from some of the best local country music bands. Plus, we’ll be on board hosting, and yes, we have plenty of stuff to give away.

Get ready for the 2021 Kickin' Country Cruises, brought to you by Smoky Quartz Distillery.

2021 Kickin' Country Cruise Schedule

Don’t forget, you must be 21+ with a valid state-issued photo ID. You will not be able to board the boat without it. Bars are cash only on the vessel, but there is an ATM available prior to boarding.

Parking at the boat is $5 cash per car.

Cruises depart at 7:30 p.m. and return to dock at 10:00 p.m. Boarding will begin at 7 p.m.

 

So gather your friends and join us for an amazing night, cruising the Portsmouth Harbor and Piscataqua River.

And head to islesofshoals.com to purchase tickets!

Want a chance to win tickets to a cruise? Enter below and you might just get a call to come join the party on one of the next cruises! Be sure to list your name, number, address, and your first, second, and third choices for which cruises you would like to be on.

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