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Boat Cruises

Enjoy Muskoka’s serene beauty aboard one of the many boat cruises that explore the region’s waterways. Take a sightseeing cruise, book a lunch or dinner cruise, or catch an evening sunset cruise and discover one of the hidden gems that makes Muskoka so magical.

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Muskoka Cruises
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SS Bigwin
SS Bigwin
Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre
Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre
30,000 Island Cruise Line
30,000 Island Cruise Line
Boat Cruises

Top Boat Cruises in Ontario

One of the best ways to enjoy Muskoka’s serene beauty is aboard one of the many cruise vessels that ply the region’s waterways. Ranging from sightseeing tours along fabled Millionaire’s Row, lunch and dinner cruises, and overnight adventures which include accommodations at a historic resort, a cruise in Muskoka is an experience to be cherished forever.

Muskoka Steamships and Discovery Centre is home to one of Canada’s most famous cruise vessels, Royal Mail Ship Segwun, North America’s oldest operating steamship. Launched in 1887, this 97 passenger piece of Canadian history – along with the larger replica steamship, Wenonah II – enthralls visitors throughout the cruise season from Muskoka Wharf at its home port of Gravenhurst. Cruises embark 7 days a week from May to October. Choose from sightseeing or family-themed cruises for pirates, ice princesses and space cadets. New this year is a Craft Beer Cruise and a Ghost Tales Cruise.

The historical SS Bigwin in Dorset was restored by a coalition of Lake of Bays cottagers, residents and organizations looking to return this precious part of lost heritage to Lake of Bays. This beautiful vessel has a storied past, carrying guests such as Clark Gable, Louis Armstrong, Winston Churchill, Greta Garbo and many other famous people out to the luxurious Bigwin Inn on Bigwin Island from 1925 – 1970. With its new lease on life, the historic boat offers public cruises from May – October, and a number of exceptional experiential cruises including Cruise & Dine at Port Cunnington Lodge, Wine Tasting Cruise, Beer Tasting Cruise and more.

The Island Queen Cruise in Parry Sound takes visitors on a tremendous journey through the 30,000 Islands, the world’s largest freshwater archipelago. The unique ecosystem of the 30,000 Islands earned the area recognition as a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations in 2004. The Island Queen Cruise offers two cruises daily, taking visitors on an up-close look at the granite-sculpted shorelines and the windswept white pine forests that adorn the islands.

Sunset Cruises offers cruises in mid June, and continues until late October aboard the historic Peerless II. Offering sightseeing and evening sunset cruises, taking in the rugged shoreline and beautiful Canadian Shield on three Muskoka lakes. Your cruise will include the history and local lore being a key part of the live commentary, you will not be disappointed.


  1. Muskoka Cruises
  2. Sunset Cruises
  3. SS Bigwin
  4. Muskoka Steamships & Discovery Centre
  5. 30,000 Island Cruise Line
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