3 places to go for a high-speed jet boat cruise in Ontario
Longing for adventure by boat this summer? Boats are the coolest place when the sun is shining, offering unique perspectives on your surroundings, the wind in your hair and the proximity to the water. Ontario’s Great Lakes are not only beautiful, they also give you the chance to get on the boat for an incredible adventure. Here are five options for high speed cruising!
Boat tours and cruises in Ontario
I. Whirlpool jet-boat tours
With delirious guests Jet boat backwater tours like “This ride is awesome, you have to do it.” And it’s not just for the young, it’s for the not so young! Whirlpool Jet Boat Tours is a must see. The tour is an exciting trip down the Niagara River – including the famous hot tub – but prepare to get soaked! The trip takes around 45 minutes, with only a small group of 40 people per tour. It’s a great way to get acquainted with the falls!
Cost: Adult $ 73.95, Child (6-12) $ 44.95
Address: 55 River Frontage Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake
Summer fun in Niagara Falls
1. Tobermory Wave Adventures
Get ready for the trip of a lifetime with Adventures in the waves. At Wave Adventure, it’s all about options! That’s why they offer a fleet of vessels to meet your interests and needs specifically, ranging from high speed catamarans to large relaxing vessels. The tour focuses on magnificent The island of flower pots with its interesting caves, rock pillars and wildlife and the beautiful Lake Huron cave. Tours are in small groups, but you can also opt for a private tour! This allows for more customization, including the destinations and activities of your choice!
AND there is no need to book a parking ticket or brave the crowds to get to the cave at Ontario’s busiest national park.
Cost: Adult $ 55 / Child $ 48 / Senior $ 50
Address: 1 Bay Street, Tobermory
2. Tobermory Flash Tours – Tobermory Cruise Line
Don’t forget your cameras (waterproof!) on an open jet boat passing through Fathom Five National Marine Park, Flowerpot Island, Big Tub, Cove Island Lighthouses, Niagara Escarpment and Grott of Bruce Peninsula National Park.
Cost: Adults (18 to 64) – $ 39.95 + HST
Youth (4 to 17) – $ 32.95 + HST
Seniors (65 and over) – $ 37.95 + HST
Address: 53 Bay Street South, Tobermory
3. Tobermory Crusader – The Bruce Anchor
Experience the magic of Fathom Five National Marine Park, a national marine conservation area in Georgian Bay part of pristine Lake Huron on Tobemory cross. Interestingly, the Bruce Anchors boat is completely glass bottom, which means that on board you can enjoy a unique view of the deep blue below. Tours take you to visit two highly visible wrecks, the Lighthouse, around Flowerpot Island and eventually, Beachy Cove, where guests are allowed to disembark for their own adventure!
Cost: 2021 to be determined
Address: 61 Front Street, Tobermory
III. Wildcat Cruises – Thousand Islands and Seaway Cruises
Are you feeling wild ?! Wildcat Cruiseshelping you experience the 1,000 Island region like never before, aboard their high-speed catamaran “The Wildcat”, which will fly you up to 70 km / h. The views are exceptional and can even be enhanced with a treat or two from the ship’s drink bar and snack bar! Another wonderful feature is that you will learn more about the surroundings from your knowledgeable guide, who will quickly provide you with information about the surroundings. Choose your adventure, fun for the whole family, of an hour or two.
Cost: to be determined
Address: 30 Block House Island Pkwy. Brockville