There are hundreds of different boat cruises you can take in Southern Ontario, on the Great Lakes or the waterways connected to the lakes.
Pick your destination, or pick the kind of boat! Some are designed to be a luxury event, with food, drinks and entertainment; others are sporting events where you can do your own fishing; and others highlight the history and cultural significance of a particular waterway or lake.
St. Lawrence Seaway Trent-Severn Waterway Ottawa - Rideau Canal Kingston - Thousand Islands St. Lawrence River and Lake Ontario
Sail on a replica steamboat, The Canadian Empress, along the St. Lawrence Seaway, trace the routes of the first voyageurs, experience going through the various l ocks along the way. Various tours available.
Muskoka Georgian Bay Lake Huron
For a real treat, take the restored old wooden steamship, the SS Bigwin, around beautiful Lake of Bays in Muskoka.
Parry Sound - Georgian Bay Inner & Outer Islands
Explore Georgian Bay's narrow channels and shallow waterways and get up-close to its wild and rugged outer islands
Pine Cove - French River
On June 25, paddle a large wooden Montreal canoe from the Lodge at Pine Cove to the Dokis First Nation Pow Wow, a beautiful trip along the French River in Northern Ontario. For those who don't want to paddle, there's also a motorized boat that makes the trip!