Victory Casino Cruises Jacksonville, Jacksonville
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I went on a Sunday night the staff was very nice everyone was very polite and helpful the food was pretty good the machines we're good it was a very relaxing night I enjoyed myself i would go again
The entire time the entire staff was friendly and helpful. From gambling, to eating to on the way back sitting on the deck and listening to the DJ with a drink, it was fun. Would definitely go again!
My husband and I went to see Tiffany when she performed for Victory Cruise Casino. They offer special performances and themed cruises throughout the year. We purchased tickets from an online discount ... read more »
My biggest concern about this boat is that staff are brought update about the rules regulation. For example; my husband and I received a complimentary non-alcohol from from because the seas where for us to go out. Before we got of the boat we serval staff member can we take our non-alcoholic drink with us. This the exact words from staff. Yes Sir and yes ma'am we are sorry for any inconvenience. So as we approach the bottom of the deck. The security person stop us and said we could not take and drinks of the boat. I advise her that we had got permission to leave off the boat. She called her security supervisor which I was glad. Before I can open mouth he started talking. I asked him to please hear my concerns first instead of talking over me. I told him that someone need to be standing to the top before we exist the boat if nothing could be taken off and also train the staff the boat guidelines and procedures. 🙂
We go out on both Victory Boats when we can. Jax is a little smaller and appears older but offers the same experience. It's a fun and inexpensive half-day adventure (depending on your gambling habits). If you want to try gambling, it's perfect. Some tables have $5 limits (most places have $10). Sure, the food is not the best, but most people are there for the gambling and drinking anyway. You can order "grill/bar" type food a la cart...and it's okay. For those with sea-sickness issues...you need to make sure you're covered with your anti-nausea med of choice. The seas can be rough - you definitely want to check the sea conditions before you go. We love it!!!
I guess you could say I am a "regular" out at the Victory II I sail with them about 2 nights a week. I have my own business & work from home & this is a fun way for me to get out & get a break from work. I ADORE the staff.. I have gotten to know quite a few of the dealers, Lynette & Mike & Pit Boss Jerry never fail to welcome me & make me feel like part of the family.. the waitresses are always on point & keep my coke filled. There have been a lot of complaints about the food, but don't be deterred.. It is an ala cart menu, meaning, if you want a sandwich or some wings or a salad, it's great. If you want a 4 course dinner..have it before you come onboard..there is a fantastic seafood restaurant right next door..(get there EARLY, as there is always a crowd) I too, miss the buffet, the few times I had it, the food was fantastic.. prime rib, awesome sides & all you could eat desserts!! Hopefully they bring it back! The entertainment is FREE & I enjoy listening to the different live acts going & coming into international waters. What I truly go for though is the Roulette! :) But what has kept me coming back is the awesome staff!! This is a GAMBLING Cruise... The tables are great, the dealers are friendly & knowledgeable & gracious. There is always staff on board working in the bathrooms keeping them clean. They always let you know when they are expecting rough seas & they also always offer remedies to help you deal with that if you decide to go on board anyway. I also enjoy being welcomed aboard by the staff as I enter the ship. This is not the Hard Rock, but it is a fantastic local business I am glad to support. Keep your expectations where they should be.. this is not a dinner cruise, made for romance & celebrating your 25th anniversary with a 5 star meal, entertainment & ambiance. It is a gambling cruise & meant to be fun for those of us who enjoy getting away for a few hours & having a little fun with our money, a few drinks (which are FREE while the casino is open) and a break from the pressures of everyday life. If you get hungry, you can grab a little something to eat too. Kudo's to the Captain & Crew of the Victory II!! You all are AWESOME!!
Way better than Brunswick,GA. boat......you may actually win.... And all the people complaining take it with a grain of salt. It is a ship (they warn you if its rough weather, not there fault you get sea sick)...If you are truly interested in "FINE" dining maybe consider a restaurant, not a CASINO/GAMBLING boat... They have fair games, good food, nice enough staff, and usually pretty good entertainment. So enjoy.. Wally AND FREE DRINKS WHILE GAMING what more you want:)
While the food could be better, my wife and I always have a good time. It's a cheap way to blow off steam. The people who complain are those with higher expectations. It's not a cruise ship...it's a gambling vessel. I love playing roulette, so I could care less about the carpet, the dj, or the dance club. If you want to dance, go to a dance club....if you want a great dinner...go to a steak house...if you want to have a good time playing your fave gambling games...this is the place for you!
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