On Saturday, October 26, Entertainment Cruises and Raymi Productions invite guests aboard the Mystic Blue for the Masquerade Extravaganza. Hosted by Cece and Melinda of Raymi Productions, the event will celebrate Halloween in style.

Guests are invited to done cocktail attire and sport their favorite masquerade mask, which will be required for entry. Masks will also be available for purchase at the door and prizes will be awarded to the best dressed man, woman and couple. In addition, the Chicago Cabaret Project will perform and guests will be delighted by Navy Pier’s annual Halloween firework show.

Tickets are $75 per person and available to purchase online at The price of the ticket includes, two drink tickets, passed appetizers, Swirlz cupcakes and more.


WHEN:           Saturday, October 26

Boat sails at 8 p.m. and returns at 10 p.m.


COST:           Tickets are $75 per person


RESERVE:     Tickets are available on Raymi Productions website,


General Information

Odyssey Cruises, Spirit of Chicago, Mystic Blue Cruises and Seadog Cruises are part of Chicago-based Entertainment Cruises.

Entertainment Cruises’ fleet was voted as a “Best of Knot Weddings” for 2013.

Odyssey was named the “Best Cruise Line in Chicago” by Destination Guide in 2012.

Seadog Cruises received top ratings and a Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor in 2012 and 2013.

Seadog Extreme was awarded the “Best Kid-Friendly Thrill” by Time Out Chicago KIDS in 2012.

Entertainment Cruises received the Silver Award from NTA’s Courier Magazine in the “Favorite Sightseeing Cruise Line” category in 2012.

Odyssey was named a 2012 Top Rated Restaurant & received a certificate of recognition from

Odyssey was recognized for having a 4 out of 5 stars from Yelp & received the “People Love Us” award in 2012.

The Odyssey was named the Best of Boats/Charters/Cruises by the Illinois Meetings + Events Magazine in 2011 and 2012.

Odyssey was named a “Concierge Favorite” by Concierge Preferred in 2011.

About The Odyssey

The Odyssey’s 749-passenger ship, the largest cruise vessel to ply the waters of Lake Michigan, is unrivaled in luxury and recipient of Concierge Favorite and Best of The Knot awards in 2012.  The Odyssey, at 200-ft. long and 55-ft. high, is equipped with three climate controlled decks, an outdoor observation deck, three indoor bars, dance floors, and exceptional skyline views from bow to stern.  Odyssey’s distinguished service and experiences cater to all tastes and senses. For more information, visit

About Spirit of Chicago

Spirit of Chicago’s festive, four-story ship has been creating high-energy fun from beginning to end as it cruises along Chicago’s lakefront. The 192-ft. ship sails year-round and features a vibrant interior of three climate-controlled dining decks with new bars and dance floors and panoramic windows.  For more information, visit

About Mystic Blue

Featuring a contemporary décor with sleek, silvery-blue interiors, Mystic Blue boasts an outdoor lounge with modern furniture, and three enclosed decks with the largest picture windows of any dinner boat on Lake Michigan. From parties of two to 600, Mystic Blue is the place for cool music, delicious food and drinks, top-notch service and unbeatable views from every table. For more information, visit

About Seadog

One of the most popular attractions at Navy Pier, Seadog has thrilled over 1,000,000 people. Seadog offers three turbo-charged excursions from a 30-minute Speedboat Lake Tour, a 75-minute Lake and River Architectural Tour, and the most horse-powered vessel on the water, a 30-minute Extreme Thrill Ride. Dogs cruise free (based on availability). Seadog operates April – October, weather permitting. For more information, visit


About Raymi Productions
Cece & Melinda with Raymi Productions produce upscale food, fashion and philanthropy cocktail events in Chicagoland. Annual signature events include; Taste of the Gold Coast, Masquerade Extravaganza, 50 & Beautiful, Who IS Chicago, networking events and non-profit fundraisers.

For additional information, please email Melinda Joseph at or visit

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