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Experience the Ottawa River at dusk over dinner and live music with the Empress of Ottawa, which departs from the base of the Rideau Canal lock. Take in Toronto's skyline while enjoying a luxurious dinner cruise with Mariposa Cruises or Toronto Harbourfront Cruises. Tour southwestern Ontario’s Grand River with Grand River Cruises or board the Chief Commanda from North Bay to explore the waters of Lake Nipissing. Board the MS Kenora to take in the glory of a northern Ontario sunset.
St. Lawrence Cruise Lines offer six-day cruises of the St Lawrence and Ottawa rivers between Ottawa and Kingston. Gliding across mystic Lake of the Woods, the 85-foot yacht Grace Anne II emerges from the past with her classic beauty and elegance intact. Sail out to the secluded Grace Anne II Lodge. Experience the friendly, casual atmosphere of the 45 passenger Kawartha Voyageur Riverboat with Ontario Waterway Cruises Inc.
Travel though the heart of the city via the Rideau Canal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site or take a unique family cruise on the Rideau Canal with Pirate Adventures, and enjoy an interactive theatre cruise. Explore the 1000 Islands with Gananoque Boat Line Ltd. on their signature ‘Lost Ships of the 1000 Islands Cruise’ or on the ‘Palaces and Palisades’ cruise with 1000 Islands Rockport Boat Line Ltd. Follow the Bruce Coast Lighthouse Tour, which includes 15 distinctive lighthouse and marine heritage sites along the shores of Lake Huron and Georgian Bay. One of the most famous sights in Muskoka, the Royal Mail Ship Segwun steamship is the oldest continually operating steamship in North America. Set out from Bracebridge on an incredible 2.75 cruise through the heart of Muskoka with Lady Muskoka.
Cruise the glorious water of the Georgian Bay on the famed Chi-Cheemaun, ferrying between Manitoulin Island and Tobermory. Board the Pelee Island Ferry to cruise from Leamington or Kingsville to Pelee Island, the southernmost point in Canada.