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Small Ship Sightseeing Sets Sail In Ontario

With Ontario now in Stage 3, small ship sightseeing tours operating in South Eastern Ontario are ready to welcome visitors for summer and fall tours, with all the necessary safety protocols and social distancing measures in place.

Each sightseeing tour offers passengers an chance to experience some of the scenic routes along Ontario’s waterways, including the 1000 Islands.

All ships operate with strict COVID-19 Health and Safety programs in place including protocols for reduced passenger capacity, mask usage and physical distancing onboard.

Passengers cruise through Ontario’s rivers and waterways, exploring the 1000 Islands and travelling the St. Lawrence Seaway, the Rideau Canal and Lake Ontario on both day trips and overnight stays.

South Eastern Ontario operators are ready to sail Ontario waters and are now accepting bookings for:

2021 Day Trip Cruising Experiences

2021 Overnight Cruising Experiences

Bonnie Ruddock, executive director of Region 9 (South Eastern Ontario) Regional Tourism Organization, said: “We’re thrilled that small ship operators in the area are permitted to open again this year and continue allowing guests the opportunity to explore some of Ontario’s most well-known attractions. Small ship tours are the perfect activity for those looking to get outdoors and see what makes this region naturally beautiful.”

 

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