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Harvest and Colour

Kingston to Montreal and return
7 nights, 8 days

As Autumn unfolds, the shore and islands ignite with a blaze of colour and travellers come from far and wide to take part in this parade of colour as our ship cruises the quiet and peaceful shores. These cruises feature shore excursions which very nicely compliment the turning of the leaves and that time known to many as harvest. Come and explore the passages and channels of the 1000 Islands, and the wonder of the St. Lawrence Seaway for 7 Days and 6 Nights. During this cruise from Kingston to Montreal and returning back to Kingston, learn about the history surrounding this area.

    Overnight Ports

  • 1000 Islands Anchorage
  • Upper Canada Village
  • Coteau Landing
  • Lachine, a borough of Montreal
  • Cornwall
  • Morrisburg
  • Ivy Lea

Schedules

  • #1727Sep 16, 2017 - Sep 23, 2017
  • #1730Oct 5, 2017 - Oct 12, 2017

Attractions

In Alphabetical Order

  • 1000 Islands

    1000 Islands

    This cruise will take you to witness the island paradise and natural and man-made charm of the archipelago.Read More
  • 1000 Islands Tower

    1000 Islands Tower

    The 1000 Islands Tower is a unique attraction and will show you the best of what the area has to offer. Read More
  • Brockville Museum

    Brockville Museum

    Situated in Brockville's historic downtown core, the museum houses exhibits featuring the industrial, agricultural and social history of Brockville. All of the artifacts in the museum's collection are the tangible representation of this community's heritage.Read More
  • Fort Wellington

    Fort Wellington

    The first Fort Wellington was built during the war of 1812 high above the St. Lawrence River at Prescott. Read More
  • Fur Trade Museum

    Fur Trade Museum

    Located to the west of the Island of Montréal, the Fur Trade Museum at Lachine site is a testimony to the culmination of the fur industry in the Montréal region in the 18th and early 19th centuries.Read More
  • Moses-Saunders Power Dam

    Moses-Saunders Power Dam

    The Moses-Saunders Power Dam, short for Robert Moses-Robert H. Saunders Power Dam, is a dam on the Saint Lawrence River straddling the border between the United States and Canada.Read More
  • Seaway Locks

    Seaway Locks

    All locks on the Seaway are similar in size. In width they are 80 feet; the depth over the sill is 30 feet; and the length - that is breast gate to fender - is 766 feet.Read More
  • Smyth's Apple Orchard

    Smyth's Apple Orchard

    This is a family-run business that had its beginning in the mid-1800's. Situated on more than 120 acres and boasting more than 30,000 trees, you could safely say this family knows apples.Read More
  • Thousand Islands Heritage Center

    Thousand Islands Heritage Center

    On Gananoque's waterfront there's a grand Victorian building designed in the tradition of the late 19th century two storey "grand cottage" with its expansive verandahs and a "widow's walk" lookout tower.Read More
  • Upper Canada Village

    Upper Canada Village

    Upper Canada Village – parts of it formed with buildings moved from flooded lands – is a living museum community that recreates the life, work, and development of the early settlements along the upper St. Lawrence River valley.Read More

Itinerary

Day One
1730 Passenger boarding commences at Kingston - Brock St. Dock.
1800 Captain's Punch & Cheese Reception.
1830 Captain's Welcome Remarks - Safety Instructions & Crew introductions.
1850 Kingston Harbour tour bound for 1000 Islands anchorage.
1930 Empress Class Roast Prime Rib of Beef Buffet.
2115-2230 Cruise Director's get acquainted and "Fun with Trivia" party.
2230-close Late night stroll on the upper deck under a million stars and among a thousand islands.
Soft piano music on the player piano.
Day Two
0730 Weigh anchor to wander the 1000 Islands, Wanderer's Channel and Admiralty Group of Islands bound for Gananoque.
0900 Debark at Gananoque for a guided tour of the Heritage Museum of the 1000 Islands.
1015 Depart Gananoque bound for Brockville, Ontario.
1130 Depart Gananoque bound for Brockville, Ontario
1330 See Millionaires' Row on the U.S side. Sail pass Boldt and Singer Castles.
After Lunch Comprehensive Safety Presentation & Crew Drill.
1415 Arrive Brockville and transfer by bus for a guided visit of Brockville Museum.
1600 Return to ship for departure to Upper Canada Village.
Cruise pass Windmill Point and site the Blue Church.
Cruise along the Old Galop Canal - opened 1846.
Evening Ship arrives Upper Canada Village - Crysler Park Marina.
Relax and stroll the marina and grounds.
Fun loving entertainment.
Day Three
0900 Miniature Train departs marina to meet horse-drawn wagons to tour Upper Canada Village.
1200 Transportation returns from Village (1.5 miles).
1230 Depart Crysler Park Marina bound for Lachine, Quebec.
Transit Eisenhower & Snell Locks (USA).
Evening Ship arrives Lachine - at the head of the Old Lachine Canal (opened 1825 closed 1970).
Free time to relax and stroll along the old canal system.
Fun-loving entertainment.
Day Four
0700 Depart Coteau Landing bound for Port of Montreal
Pass through Beauharnois Locks (2) - Upper & Lower into Lake St. Louis.
1100 Witness the continuing approach to Montreal.
Pass through Cote Ste. Catherine and St. Lambert locks.
1515 Debark at Port of Montreal for a 2 hour guided bus tour.
1830 Depart Montreal to enter the Seaway Lock system and overnight at Lachine.
Evening Fun loving entertainment
Day Five
0900 Depart by yellow limousine (a short trip) to visit the Fur Trade Museum (National Historic Site)
1130 Return to ship for departure to Morrisburg, Ontario
Pass through Beauharnois Locks (2) - Upper & Lower
Shipboard activities
Early Evening Arrive at Cornwall
Evening Fun-loving entertainment
Day Six
0900 Transfer to the Reception Centre at the Moses-Saunders Power Dam
1030 Return to ship for departure to Morrisburg, Ontario
1100 Depart Cornwall
1600 Arrive Morrisburg
1630 "Why and how leaves turn colour" - presentation
Evening Fun-loving entertainment
Day Seven
0900 Transfer to the Smythe's Apple Orchard, the home of the original MacIntosh Apple, for an in front of guided tour
1130 Return to the ship at Morrisburg to reboard, bound for Prescott
1430 Debark at Prescott, board bus for Fort Wellington Tour
1630 Bus returns from the fort and bound for sailing to Ivy Lea, Ontario
Evening Arrive Ivy Lea for overnight
Fun-loving entertainment
Day Eight
0900 Debark Ivy Lea for bus transfer to 1000 Island Skydeck on Hill Island
1030 Depart Ivy Lea bound for more islands, colour and for Kingston
1410 Arrive Kingston for Closing Ceremonies (Grand Saloon)
1415 Debarkation and farewells - Brock St. Dock, Kingston
Meal Times
0700 Early morning coffee - Grand Saloon (or observation deck)
0730-0900 Breakfast (latest full breakfast serving - 0900)
1030-1100 Morning bouillon
1200 Lunch - early sitting (at the call of the bell)
1315 Lunch - main sitting (at the call of the bell)
1600-1630 Afternoon tea - Grand Saloon (or observation decks)
1730 Dinner - early sitting (at the call of the bell)
1915 Dinner - main sitting (at the call of the bell)
 
Activities on Board

Shuffle Board, Parlor Games, Kite Flying

 

All times are approximate. This itinerary is subject to change without notice or incurring obligation. Currents, weather and seaway traffic may be modifying factors.

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Heritage Waterway

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Harvest and Colour

As Autumn unfolds, the shore and islands ignite with a blaze of colour and travellers come from far and wide to take part in this parade of colour for 7 Nights and 8 Days.

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Upper River Expedition

Come and explore for 4 nights and 5 days the intricate passages and channels of this amazing archipelago of 1870 islands known as the 1000 islands. 

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Canadian Connection

Experience Quebec's joie de vivre (love of life) on this cruise as your ship passes through all 7 St. Lawrence Seaway locks. Cruising 6 nights 7 days between Canada's show piece Quebec City to historical Kingston. 

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The joy and beauty of the lower Ottawa River coupled with the amazing 1000 Islands and St. Lawrence Seaway makes this 5 night, 6-day cruise an unforgettable voyage. 

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