A view of the Nights of Lights from the deck of Sabrage in St. Augustine.

Sabrage: Nights of Lights 2021/2022

Nov. 20, 2021, to Jan. 31, 2022

View St. Augustine's Nights of Lights from the water, while cruising on a 63-foot custom-built power catamaran.

On the dock a Culinary Outfitters
17 Dockside Drive, St. Augustine, FL, 32084
(904) 310-4999
  • While viewing St. Augustine's fantastic Nights of Lights, guests can cruise in comfort aboard this 63-foot power catamaran that was custom-built in 2017.

    Sabrage Charters of St. Augustine departs from Culinary Outfitters and meanders down the San Sebastian River. From there, guests will see the glow of St. Augustine's Nights of Lights, as well as the ocean marshes, seabirds, and perhaps, a dolphin or two.

    Within a few minutes, the boat enters the Matanzas River, where guests can see the holiday lights adorning private homes on both shores and, only moments later, the twinkling glow cast by millions of lights in the Historic Downtown of St. Augustine.

    Sabrage takes guests north on the river, under the Bridge of Lions and close to shore. There, those on board will have the best view of the white lights hung on buildings and palm trees all along St. Augustine's bayfront.

    The boat has open decks and a space under cover with plastic curtains that drop down to keep out the chill. Beer, wine and the bartender's signature Caribbean wine cocktails will be available at the cash bar.

    Admission: $65 per person for groups of 11 to 80. $700 for groups of 10 and fewer. To purchase tickets, go here.

    When: Tours are scheduled at 7 p.m. daily, from Saturday, Nov. 20, 2021 to Sunday, Jan. 31, 2022

    Where: Sabrage boards on the dock in front of Culinary Outfitters, where there is plenty of free parking. They are located at 117 Dockside Drive, St. Augustine 32084.

    The City of St. Augustine offers a Free Park and Ride Shuttle Service for Nights of Lights from November 20, to December 30, 2021. For information about operating times as well as pick-up and drop-off locations, visit here.

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