St. Lawrence River Cruise
St. Lawrence Cruise Lines Inc. is a family built and operated Canadian business. We are now in our 20th season. As our guest I invite you to join us to explore the most scenic, calm water rivers in this part of the world. Our professional, highly trained all-Canadian crew will spoil you with exceptional cuisine and genuine Canadian hospitality as you experience the beauty of Canada’s rivers and the rich history of Upper and Lower Canada.
I intend to continue our legacy and to honor my Uncle Bob Clark’s philosophy of being a trusted company and providing fair value.
We look forward to welcoming you aboard!
Why Cruise With Us?
- We are the rivers’ most experienced cruise operator. This is our home.
- Our years of experience, knowledge of the region, and attention to our guests ensures full value.
- Our cruises are special because of the breathtaking, ever-changing scenery, and protected gentle waters between safe and secure overnight ports.
- All shore excursions are included and educational information is presented en route.
- Wholesome, generous regional cuisine.
- All riverboat staterooms are outboard, completely above the water line and contain modern conveniences within each room.
- Friendly and congenial crew.
- Daily maid service.
- Fun loving entertainment nightly.
- New for 2019: Complimentary beer or wine with meals
- Family and reunion groups accommodated.
- High international standards of health and safety.
- An average of 98 percent of our guest’s rate their cruise experience excellent or good in our survey.
St. Lawrence River
The St. Lawrence River in its most limited bounds, begins at the foot of Lake Ontario, opposite the city of Kingston and flows generally in a north-easterly direction about 775 miles, when its flood mingles with that of the gulf by the same name. Beyond the Gulf of St. Lawrence lies the vast Atlantic Ocean. The St. Lawrence River has its source in the largest body of fresh water on the globe, and among all of the big rivers of the world, it is the only one whose volume is not greatly affected by the elements. This river, which Sir J.M. LeMoine called “The noblest, the purest, most enchanting river on all God’s beautiful earth,” for miles upon miles acts as a natural boundary between the good friends of the United States and Canada.
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