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Set sail for the high seas with your crew on this 2-hour Toronto tall-ship boat cruise. Hop aboard your vintage vessel, a 3-masted 1930s schooner, in Toronto’s harbor. Following a 30-minute tour, sail out into the seas off the Canadian coastline. Help the crew raise the sails or sit back and relax on route from Toronto Harbour to shimmering Lake Ontario. Enjoy panoramic views over Toronto’s islands and skyline. Listen to ancient sea shanties as your crew coil the ropes, and marvel as they fire the ship’s mighty cannon!
Please note: the supplier does not receive the cruise schedule until the end of March. Bookings received before the 1st of April cannot be guaranteed and may be canceled due to the cruise being unavailable
2-hour Toronto tall-ship boat cruise
Hop aboard a 3-masted 1930s schooner that takes you along the coastline
Relax as you soak up the Lake Ontario scenery, or help the crew with the sails
Get a kick out of the firing of the ship’s cannon
Choose from an array of departure times to suit your schedule
Purchase a commemorative photo of your outing, if you like
We enjoyed our trip aboard The Kajama but felt the staff members could have improved the trip. They could have done a bit of commentary whilst travelling past the city or the island. The view of the Toronto cityscape was amazing. Unfortunately the canon wouldn't fire which was a bit sad. We enjoyed the on-deck bar but didn't try the food. A great trip if the weather is good! Wrap up warm if it's cool as it will be very chilly on board.
Nice relaxing boat ride. Just got off boat as a storm rolled in. Traffic that weekend was horrible. Got stuck in the middle of a music fest and craft show. Had a lot of young employees on the ship that really seemed to know what they were doing.
Small Ship Boat Cruise should be the new name because the Tall ship is the picture is not the one you get to go on. When we showed up as instructed half hour prior to departure we were told the Tall Ship had been booked for a private function a month prior and if we wanted a cruise we could go on the Challenge which was a sail boat half the size in need of a paint job and could hardly be called a Tall Ship. Very disappointed and nobody could help. Staff were pleasant enough. A long way in from Milton to Toronto to let the kids down. Sorry Viator, don't think I will use you again