Windsor River Cruises: A Cruise for Every Occasion

Windsor, Ontario

Get away in Canada! Windsor River Cruises takes your groups north of the border while staying right next to home. Located across the banks of Detroit, Windsor welcomes you to enjoy a day on the water with one of their many cruise options.

RiverBeat Cruises
A true passenger favorite, RiverBeats can be enjoyed throughout the entire summer. Enjoy spectacular entertainers from Windsor and surrounding areas, combined with a 3-hour sunset cruise. This is a memorable evening your groups will not soon forget.

Sightseeing Cruises
Looking for an affordable tour? Windsor’s sightseeing cruises are a great way to get your groups out on the water and enjoy the scenic Detroit River. Light lunch or snack options are available while listening to an audio commentary of the history and cultural significance of the river and surrounding areas.

Amherstburg Day Cruises
Step back to the days of the Bob-Lo Steamers and see them in person in the Wilkinson Channel. Your groups will step aboard the Macassa Bay and enjoy a gorgeous day in historic Amherstburg. You will see Fort Wayne, the town of Sandwich, Wyandotte, Michigan, Fighting Island and so much more!

Lunch & Brunch Cruises 
Looking for a unique cruise? Enjoy a scrumptious lunch or brunch along the Detroit River, aboard the Macassa Bay. This cruise offers your groups a unique and memorable experience in the Windsor-Essex County region. Enjoy views of GM Headquarters, Millionaires’ Row, Chrysler Canada Headquarters, Ambassador Bridge and many more.

Dinner/Dance Cruises
Spend the evening aboard the Macassa Bay and take in the sights, sunset, laughter, dancing, twilight, and a gourmet meal all in one location!

For more information or to schedule an experience for your group, contact Windsor River Cruises at 519-258-0911 or visit www.windsorrivercruises.com.

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