Where Do You Cruise?
One of the common questions asked by new clients is “Where Do We Go?” on our Toronto Boat Cruise.
While the final route we take is left in the hands of the Captain, as he is responsible for the safety of all passengers and to ensure our clients receive the smoothest ride possible with the best experience, the following map provides a general overview of where our cruises go.
Transport Canada categorizes our ships as making voyages in “sheltered waters,” and places restrictions on our voyages before May 1 and after September 30th of each year, so we may not do the entire route.
Toronto harbour points of interest:
- Centre Island Ferry Docks – where you board ferries that take you to Centre Island, Hanlon’s Point and Ward’s Island.
- Harbourfront Centre – the center of our waterfront and host to many cultural and entertaining venues.
- CN Tower. Toronto’s familiar landmark.
- Rogers Centre – our major stadium for baseball, football, concerts, etc. Previously known as Sky Dome.
- Ferry to the Island Airport, at the foot of Bathurst St.
- Toronto City Centre Airport – home of Porter Airlines flying to places such as Halifax, Ottawa, Boston and Chicago.
- Hanlan’s Point – lush parklands and the main entrance for passenger boats to enter the island lagoons.
- Island Yacht Club
- Nude Beach – the infamous spot on the south side of Hanlon’s Point where nature is at its best!
- Block House Bay
- Haunted Lighthouse – we pass by on our voyage in the lagoons.
- Centre Island Dock – ferry landing for the main part of Toronto’s islands, and where people disembark for Centreville.
- Royal Canadian Yacht Club – Toronto’s elite club with a clubhouse that looks like Tara from Gone with the Wind.
- Ward Island Dock – take a ferry and stroll through the laneways of the beautiful cottage-style homes of the local residents.
- Polson Pier Entertainment Complex – previously known as The Docks.
- International Ferry Terminal –where ships from all around the world stop to play.
- Outer Harbour Marina – where non motorized watercraft call home.
- The Headland Light House
- Gibraltar Point
- Humber Bay
- Wind Generator – the first in Toronto
- Ontario Place - is currently closed and being revitalized.
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