Luxury cruise itineraries include stops at unique North American ports, rich in history, art and natural beauty. Passengers explore destinations with the nostalgic appeal of Mackinac Island and the urban energy of cities like Cleveland and Chicago.
North America’s Freshwater Seas are a shared U.S.-Canadian waterway. The lakes, rivers and channels extend 3,700 kilometers inland from the Gulf of St. Lawrence to Duluth, Minnesota on Lake Superior.
About one-third of the cruise vessels being built today carry fewer than 400 passengers, providing a more intimate experience. These smaller vessels appeal to veteran cruises looking for an off-the-beaten-path experience.
Travelers disembark on Mackinac Island for horse and carriage rides and at Green Bay, Wisconsin to tour the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and National Railroad Museum. They experience the Victorian homes and art museums of Muskegon, Michigan and the gourmet cuisines of Milwaukee’s beer city food markets. Visitors tour the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland and the famous, historic Henry Ford Museum in Detroit. They visit the Great Lakes Aquarium in Duluth, Minnesota and Navy Pier and the John Hancock Building in Chicago.
Discover the countless excursions along the shores of eight Great Lakes states and two Canadian provinces that are yet to be discovered.
Visit www.greatlakespassengercruising.com for a map, detailed information and to learn how you can explore the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway System.