Here's an awesome way to take in a magnificent and beautiful Jersey Shore sunset while relaxing and enjoying your favorite cocktail with family and friends this summer.

You can set sail on a Pau Hana floating Tiki Bars in Ocean City this summer according to 6 ABC.com.  There are six tours to experience for you and up to five of your friends or family.

Ocean City has been a dry town since 1879 and BYOB is not permitted at restaurants. The alcohol ban in Ocean City can not be enforced on the water. You won't be able to drink until the tiki boat floats away from the dock according to Philly Voice.com.

You can also bring your own music to make your Tiki Bar experience even more enjoyable. Cruise packages start at $325 plus a tip for the captain.

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I would love to relax with family and friends and take a summer sunset tour on a floating tiki bar while enjoying the awesome and beautiful views of the back bays of Somers Point and Ocean City.

sources: 6ABC.com phillyvoice.com

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