Take this Toronto Harbour Cruise and enjoy the cityscape as you float by! Toronto is Canada’s center of commerce, industry, entertainment and culture. Sail down the city harbour on one of the most convenient ways to explore the city, and see its iconic landmarks, like the CN Tower and First Canadian Place, from the perspective of the water!
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Their dock is located at Pier 6, right at the intersection of York St. and Queen’s Quay West, at the heart of Toronto’s waterfront. It is a short walk, or two streetcars stop from Union Station. The address for the Toronto Harbour tours is 145 Queens Quay W, Toronto, ON, M5J2H4.How long is the Toronto Harbour Cruise?
The cruise lasts approximately 1 hour. Please arrive at least 15 minutes early for your departure time.Are small children welcome on the tour?
Children two and under are free. You do not need to purchase a ticket or pay children two years old or younger.Is the harbor cruise wheelchair accessible?
Collapsible wheelchairs with removable wheels can be accommodated providing the passenger is accompanied by someone who can assist them board and disembark. Otherwise, the cruise is not wheelchair accessible.Is the tour narrated?
Yes. Your tour guides are young, energetic, engaging, and the tour has a very interactive feel throughout the entire duration. You will know more about the landmarks like the CN Tower, the Rogers Center, Hanlan's Point Beach and Centre Island throughout the trip.What happens to the tour in bad weather?
It may happen that bad weather will alter the tour schedule or require them to shut down tours on a regularly scheduled day. Usually, there are only a handful of days throughout the year in which the tour must be shut down for this reason.What are the amenities on board the cruise?
There is only basic seating for this tour. No bathrooms or food & drink concession stands available.