St. Lawrence Cruise Lines


Join us for a 4-7 night cruise on the magical St Lawrence River aboard a replica steamboat. Enjoy the most scenic & calm waters in this part of the world. Sit back as we spoil you with fascinating tours, visits to historical sites, nature, exceptional cuisine & genuine Canadian hospitality. Travel through the renowned system of locks, canals and channels linking the Great Lakes & the St Lawrence River. See the beautiful 1000 Islands. Ports include Quebec City, Montreal, Ottawa, Kingston, Trois Riviere and more!

Some of the remarkable and fascinating 4-7 night cruise choices include:

A Celebration of Spring:
Experience the natural beauty and history of the 1000 Islands and St. Lawrence River. This journey from Kingston to Quebec City traces the original routes of early explorers and explores the majestic length of the St. Lawrence River to Quebec City. This Signature Cruise features an exploration of the Thousand Islands region, an exciting visit and tour of Montreal, and visits to Lachine and Trois Rivieres before disembarking in beautiful Quebec City.

Seaway 60th Anniversary Cruise:
Cruise with us as we celebrate the 60th anniversary of the opening of the St. Lawrence International Seaway! Explore the system of locks, canals and channels linking the Great Lakes and the St Lawrence River with the Atlantic Ocean. This special cruise features a unique itinerary that includes rare and unique attractions and lectures and discussions with a Seaway historian. Some of the special attractions include a gondola tour of Montmorency Falls, the Borealis Industrial Museum, the Lost Villages Museum, and several Canadian National Historic Sites.

Heritage Waterway Summer Cruise:
A must-see cruise in the heart of the summer season with 7 nights and 8 days of sunshine and warm temperatures amidst the natural beauty of the 1000 Islands and the St. Lawrence River. Our journey will trace the historic routes of early Upper Canada explorers, as well as explore the historic trade route between Kingston and Montreal and the modern International Seaway. This Signature Cruise has a unique itinerary designed to highlight the very best of summer on the St. Lawrence River and the past and present of the International Seaway.

Upper River Expedition:
The "Upper River Expedition" begins in Kingston, exploring the Thousand Islands and Brockville. Experience the locks of the St. Lawrence Seaway system at Iroquois. The Control Dam stretches from the Canadian to American side of the river and regulates the water depth through the Seaway to Montreal. From here, past Morrisburg, pass over the "sunken villages" enroute to historic Upper Canada Village.

Canadian Connection:
Experience the world charm and grace of "Old" Europe as you encounter Quebec City's unparalleled joie de vivre (love of life) found nowhere else in North America! Enjoy Old Quebec (the only walled city in North America) with its massive ramparts still bolstering the Plains of Abraham; and behold the imperial green-roofed towers of the legendary Chateau Frontenac. En route you will discover the magic of the Thousand Islands, the deep historical roots of "Loyalist Brockville" and the unique living community of Upper Canada Village. Between Montreal and Quebec City you'll see the rich mudflats that are home to many species of birds. You will pass the "Segnieury" areas, the prominent village cathedrals of Quebec, and witness the awesome cliffs stretching up to the historic Plains of Abraham.

Canada's Capital:
Along the shores of the Ottawa River, you'll come face to face with the capital of Canada where a warm Canadian welcome awaits you. Politics and pageantry abound in this city known for its year-round festive flair. Ottawa is the seat of Canada's federal government. It's the political centre of Canada, home to international dignitaries and site of world-class museums and galleries galore, satisfying every interest. Bask in a unique blend of Canada's English & French founding cultures.

  • Hours of Operation : May to October
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