Aboard the Victory II, sister to Victory I, you can cruise the Great Lakes starting in Detroit, and making stops in Cleveland; Niagara Falls; Toronto; Kingston, Ontario; St. Lawrence Seaway; Quebec City; and Montreal over nine days, capping out at 14 mph.
The 300-foot vessel features a dining room, 101 staterooms, a main lounge, tavern, fitness room, salon and spa, outdoor seating areas and a bar, as well as two restaurants.
“If you want a more personalized and intimate feel, this is the cruise for you,” says Jay Joseph, the cruise director. “It’s a very relaxed environment for people that don’t want to have to come for formal nights. It’s comfortable, low key and informative with lectures.”
This all-inclusive cruise starts around $5,400.
For more information, visit victorycruiselines.com/departure-details/?c=160.
SOURCE: Lakeland Boating