1000 Islands Cruises - Gananoque Boat Line
Great trips from Gananoque and Kingston as well. There is a dinner cruise and cruises for sight-seeing of different durations.
Taking the boat tour from Gananoque gets you right into the heart of the islands. The 2 hour cruise is great, bring your passports if you take the longer tour. You'll stop at Bolt Castle in New York and you'll need it to disembark!
Gananoque Boat Line is the largest and oldest cruise company in the 1000 Islands. Having five vessels ranging in size from 350 to 500 passengers, enables them to offer a cruise for any interest and any schedule.
You have the option of stopping off at Boldt Castle on this tour- be sure to bring your passports as it’s in the United States!
Being a gateway to the Thousand Islands, no visit to Kingston is complete without visiting the archipelago. There are over 1,800 islands that stretch for around 80 kilometres along the St. Lawrence River. The islands range in size, with the largest being around 100 square kilometres. 21 of these…
“The Playhouse is located on the water and hosts multiple preformances during the summer.”
“well-prepared Italian cuisine; accessible by boat and a short walk, or by car; requires crossing the Canadian border, so bring your passport.”
“Kayak rentals, guided half & full-day tours, Wednesday evening "Paddle & Pint".”
“Wonderful local museum outlining history of the entire area. Exhibits include displays of animals, indigenous peoples, the War of 1812, river boats, historical archives, and more! Lookout to the river and gift shop available!”