|Huckleberry Rock Lake Muskoka|
As the cruising season in Ontario’s cottage country winds down, Sunset Cruises has saved the best for last with fabulous fall tours of Lake Muskoka and Lake Rosseau aboard the Peerless II, offered until late October, 2015.
|Peerless II at Port Carling Dock|
Originally operating as a delivery boat in these parts in the early 20th century, the Peerless II now delights visitors who want to explore Muskoka’s famous waterways on a cruise boat but who seek a more intimate experience than you’ll find on a bigger boat. This smaller cruise boat can also navigate into waterways some of the bigger boats can’t access.
|Cruising on Lake Rosseau|
And no time of year is better than autumn to experience the region’s rugged shorelines, shimmering blue waters, majestic pines and, of course, the colorful burst of changing maple leaves back on shore. (And don’t forget to bring your camera; you’re sure to snap one of the best photos for your souvenir album ever.)
|Port Carling Lock Chamber|
Based out of the famous locks in Port Carling, Ontario, the
Peerless II daily embarks on tours that range from 1.5 to 3 hours. Depending on the cruise and time of reservation, passengers can book delicious food service as well.
Every passenger can expect to enjoy informative commentary by ‘Captain Potts’ who, with over 30 years’ experience, regales folks with historic tidbits, local legends, and nautical information. His insights along of the way are sure to delight, and will help evoke a genuine sense of what it was like to cruise Muskoka when the lakes were far more inaccessible than they are today.
|Fall Colour from on board Peerless II|
And don’t forget the unbeatable sunsets!
|Sunset Aboard Peerless II|