Oscar themed semi-formal in effect. Be reminded that boats have boarding ramps, watertight doors and steep stairs so wear sensible shoes for your on board safety. High heels are not recommended. The waterfront is usually a few degrees cooler, so a sweater, jacket or shawl may be required.
“Boarding Time” is the earliest our guests may board the ship. This is typically scheduled for 30 minutes prior to the beginning of your cruising time.
“Cruising Time” is the time from departure to docking and the boat is cruising on the water.
“Docking Time” is the scheduled time that the boat will return to dock.
“Final Disembarking Time” is the time allotted for guests to gather their things and say their goodbyes before departing for the evening. This is up to 30 minutes after docking.
The cruise will be located at the southwest corner of Queen’s Quay and York Street. We recommend giving yourself ample travel time as the waterfront is a busy attraction.
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Yes! There are several options located within walking distance the fleet:
Standard Parking 200 Queen’s Quay West Daily rates vary
Harbourfront Centre Parking 225 Queen’s Quay West Daily rates and information can be found here (http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/parking/).
It is highly unlikely. The Vessel will sail in the calm waters of Toronto’s inner Harbour and on Lake Ontario.
The Northern Spirit Vessel is accessible by water taxi. A water taxi will be moving every half an hour to and fro the Dock.
Absolutely, the vessel will sail rain or shine and while we are always hoping for sunshine, lots of fun can still be had cruising in the rain. The boat will have comfortable enclosed deck space.