Cruise to the Heart of the 1000 Islands
The 1000 Islands has never been more breathtaking as you cruise by majestic castles and whispers of a thousand legends. You can see 1000 view of 1000 islands while aboard two boat cruise operator’s fleets.
Gananoque Boat Line
The oldest and largest cruise line in the 1000 Islands has five triple-decker, all-aluminum vessels. It promises family fun and entertainment on deck and has a sterling reputation as offering the best cruises in the 1000 Islands. The 2.5 hour Lost Ships of the 1000 Islands Cruise has been deemed a signature experience by Destination Canada.
Four popular day cruises take you to the most popular sights in the 1000 Island, these include:
- 1-hour Beauty of the Islands Cruise (Gananoque departure)
- 1-hour Ivy Lea Cruise (1000 Island Bridge departure)
- 2.5-hour Lost Ships of the 1000 Islands Cruise (Gananoque departure)
- 5-hour Boldt Castle Stopover Cruise (Gananoque departure)
Set sail on a sunset dinner cruise with the 1000 Islands as your backdrop or relive the sounds of yesterday with live entertainment onboard a beautiful cruise.
Rockport Cruises showcases all the major features of the islands including Zavikon Island, Boldt Castle and Millionaire’s Row. The most popular cruise, Palaces & Palisades of the 1000 Islands is an Ontario Signature Experience. Enjoy a lunch or dinner cruise or take in a two castle tour.
Rockport Cruises has the advantage of being in the Heart of the 1000 Islands, so they can show you all the highlights the islands have to offer on any of their cruises.
Rockport Cruises offers 7 different cruises, each one showcasing exhilarating panoramic views and the rugged nature of the 1000 Islands plus a view or visit to the famous Boldt Castle on every tour. Each season brings something special to the 1000 Islands and it is a photographer’s dream come true. There is no better way to experience the contrast of blue skies, bright foliage and golden hues, crimson reds and fiery oranges and all of mother nature’s brilliance than from the St. Lawrence River.