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Great Lakes Cruises

Looking for a freshwater-cruising experience like no other? Consider a small-ship cruise of The Great Lakes. Lakes Superior, Michigan, Huron, Erie, and Ontario comprise the largest group of freshwater lakes, or “inland seas,” found anywhere on earth, and our tours explore them all.

Nature-lovers will be entranced by the sea-like character of these bodies of water.
On our unique Great Lakes tour boats, you will traverse great depths, watch the sun rise and set over distant horizons, and learn compelling details about the region, both on and offshore. Along the way, enjoy stops at local wineries, historic lighthouses, museums, aquariums, renowned restaurants, and so much more!

Great Lakes and Georgian Bay Cruise

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Book Early for 2017 and save $500 off per Stateroom!!
Book by: 09/30/2016

Engage the history and beauty that has always set apart the Great Lakes as a summer retreat destination. This freshwater ecosystem has become home to unique wildlife and created fantastic geographic- More...

Magical Lake Michigan

Magical Lake Michigan

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Book by: 06/30/2016

Circumnavigating magical Lake Michigan gives one the opportunity to truly explore the offerings of the only Great Lake entirely in the U.S. Marvel at its natural beauty and friendly Midwestern cities- More...

Great American Waterways: Chicago to Rhode Island

Great American Waterways: Chicago to Rhode Island

Save up to 25% Off on Select 2016 Dates!!
Book by: 06/30/2016

This is arguably one of the most amazing itineraries, offering striking water views of Chicago, Cleveland and New York and contrasting panoramic views of rural areas along some of America's most historic waterways.- More...

Great Lakes

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Book Early for 2017 and save $500 off per Stateroom!!
Book by: 09/30/2016

The beautiful and clear waters of the Great Lakes is home to a handful of towns and villages that delight in having guests come and visit.  The rugged beauty of the area combined with the- More...