City Cruises Gananoque


Experience our 1-hour "Beauty of the Islands" cruise, discover the legend and lore on our "Lost Ships" 2.5 hour cruise or step back in time on our 5-hour Boldt Castle stopover cruise. Two locations for your convenience: Gananoque and Ivy Lea (at the 1000 Islands International Bridge). 22 departures daily.

We are celebrating another sizzling summer of fun on our many evening event cruises such as murder mysteries, wine and cocktail tasting cruises, dinner and dancing cruises, a pirate cruise and much more! Bring your little pirates for some swashbuckling fun for the whole family in mid-July (dates to be confirmed - see website)

Or try our amazing Lost ships of the 1000 Islands cruise "Signature Experience Collection"

Half way between Toronto & Montreal, is a unique underwater archaeological site. While the views from the boat are picturesque, the real story of the St. Lawrence is hidden under the water. The boat line's specially equipped vessels offer a spectacle few ever see without a wetsuit -the Lost Ships of the 1000 Islands.

With side sonar technology, researched interpretation, underwater video and historical photos, you will view several wrecks on you 2.5-hour cruise including the ice-ravaged Iroquois (sunk in 1763) and the Sir Robert Peel, an 1838 victim of pirate Bill Johnston.

When the cruise reaches a wreck site, our boat's GPS system engages, illuminating large video screens, which show passengers what lies beneath, from the delicate ribs of an 18th-century battleship to the masts of a scuttled schooner.

These silent wrecks show evidence of an era of war, crime, terror and opulence.

  • Hours of Operation : 8:00 am to 7:00 pm
  • Wheelchair Accessible : Yes

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