Boat Tours and Cruises Ontario

BOAT TOURS AND CRUISES

Take in Toronto's skyline while enjoying a luxurious dinner cruise with Mariposa Cruises or Toronto Harbour Tours.

Get a historical persepctive from the water in Ottawa with Capital Cruises and in Kingston with Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises.

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.  St. Lawrence Cruise Lines offer six-day cruises of the St Lawrence and Ottawa rivers between Ottawa and Kingston.

Take a glass bottom boat or a jet boat to see the dramatic scenery of the Bruce Peninsula and the 19th century shipwrecks well preserved beneath the surface. Blue Heron Company and Bruce Anchor offer a number of options.

Be exhilarated aboard a Whirlpool Jet Boat tour through the whitewaters of Devil's Hole Rapids on the Niagara River – there are wet and dry options!

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.

Group of people experiencing the mist off the Niagara Falls aboard the Hornblower boat cruise.

HORNBLOWER NIAGARA CRUISES

This is the ultimate way to experience Niagara Falls - up close and personal on a boat tour that will take you as close as you can get to the thundering roar and the thrilling power of this natural wonder.

View from the front of the R. M. S. Segwun in Muskoka.

R.M.S. SEGWUN ‘MILLIONAIRE’S ROW CRUISE’

One of the most famous sights in Muskoka, the Royal Mail Ship Segwun steamship is the oldest continually operating steamship in North America.