Departing Toronto on an eight day cruise across the Great Lakes, the ship will accommodate passengers from across the globe. The Great Lakes were the busiest waterway in the world and North America’s treasured summer destination more than fifty years ago. Today, travelers are rediscovering the charms of this vast body of water. The lakes comprise one fifth of the world's fresh water.
This itinerary includes stops at several popular Great Lakes vacation spots including Niagara Falls, Mackinac Island, Thunder Bay (Ont.) and finishing in Duluth (Minn.) There are twelve different itineraries available, some continue on into Canada. There is even one designed for golfers, allowing them time to play at several courses along the itinerary.
The refurbishment of the Clelia II revives the grandeur and pleasure of classic Great Lakes Cruises of the past. This private yacht accommodates only 100 passengers in 50 luxurious suites. Prices start at $5,595 per person based on double occupancy. Call us for further details.
About the Authors
Sue and Charlie Shimkus are owners of Lake Zurich Travel & Cruise established in 1974. Sue has served on the travel advisory board for Alaska, Hawaii, & Ireland and executive board of the local chapter American Society of Travel Agents. Lake Zurich Travel & Cruise is a member of the Signature Travel Network. Visit Lake Zurich Travel for Expert Travel Advice and resources finding the Right Vacation for you!
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