Cruising from Detroit is Possible Again!

Cruising from Detroit is now Possible



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.

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SOURCE: Lakeland Boating