Join us as we kick off the cruising season with 7 nights and 8 days of celebrating spring and the natural beauty of the 1000 Islands and St. Lawrence River. Our journey will trace the historic routes of early Upper Canada explorers, as well as explore the historic trade route between Kingston and Montreal and the modern International Seaway.
This signature cruise has a unique itinerary designed to highlight the very best of springtime in Montreal and on the St. Lawrence River, and is available at a special 6 night rate.
* The final 2018 Itinerary is still being developed and is subject to change *
- 1000 Islands Anchorage
- Upper Canada Village
- Coteau Landing
- Montreal (St. Anne de Bellevue)
- Ivy Lea
- #1804May 6, 2018 - May 13, 2018
In Alphabetical Order
1000 IslandsThis cruise will take you to witness the island paradise and natural and man-made charm of the archipelago.Read More
Brockville MuseumSituated 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
Moses-Saunders Power DamThe 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
National Museum of RailroadingExporail The Canadian Railroad Museum: maintains the largest collection of railway equipment in Canada with over 140 pieces of rolling stock.Read More
Seaway LocksAll 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 OrchardThis 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 CenterOn 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 VillageUpper 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 for this cruise is currently being finalized *
- 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.