North American Waterways: Lakes, Islands & French Canada
New “EBD” March 17, 2020
Begin your adventure in Chicago, the “Windy City,” with an included one-night hotel stay. The next day, embark on your luxury cruise aboard the M/V Victory II. Cruise Lake Michigan and head to Mackinac Island, a historic landmark steeped in Victorian-era charm. Next, sail to Sault Ste. Marie, the oldest city in the Midwest, and visit the Soo Locks, one of the world’s largest and busiest set of locks. Stop in Little Current and tour Manitoulin Island, the largest freshwater island in the world, where rugged natural beauty has inspired Canada’s most celebrated painters. Take a scenic sailing of Lake Huron, then pass through Windsor, affectionately known as the “City of Roses,” en route to Detroit. Here, you’ll explore the history of American automobile innovation at the Henry Ford Museum. In Cleveland, visit the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the West Side Market, which offers fares from over 100 unique vendors. Journey to Niagara Falls and witness the thunderous power of the famous Horseshoe Falls up close on a state-of-the-art Hornblower. In Toronto, home to the Art Gallery of Ontario and the Royal Ontario Museum, visit some of the world’s finest restaurants. Your trip will conclude in Montréal, but before that, travel through the Thousand Islands, an archipelago of over 1,800 islands rising up from the St. Lawrence River that mark the border between the United States and Canada.