Pearl Mist, Great Lakes & Georgian Bay ex Milwaukee to Toronto
11 Night Cruise sailing from Milwaukee to Toronto aboard Pearl Mist.
|21/08/21||Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA|
|22/08/21||Holland, Michigan, USA|
|23/08/21||Mackinac Island, Michigan|
|24/08/21||Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, USA|
|25/08/21||Little Current, Manitoulin Island|
|26/08/21||Parry Sound, ON, Canada|
|29/08/21||Windsor, Ontario, Canada|
|31/08/21||Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada|
|01/09/21||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
11 Night Cruise sailing from Milwaukee to Toronto aboard Pearl Mist.
NOTE: Itinerary shown is an example only. Please check at time of enquiry/booking for exact dates at each port of call.
On this enchanting 11-night cruise, travel through four of the Great Lakes and admire the magnificent scenery that surrounds you from the comfort of the Pearl Mist.
Be awed by the immensity of Niagara Falls as our local expert guide shows you the best vantage points. Discover the history of the automobile at the Henry Ford Museum in Windsor and stop in Sainte-Marie, Ontario’s first European community.
As you cruise along the Georgian Bay, witness the 30,000 Islands region and visit the small ports which dot its spectacular rugged coast. Step back in time on Mackinac Island, exploring its quiet streets by horse and buggy, bicycle, or on foot.
Along the way, enjoy the personalized service, exquisite cuisine, and world-class entertainment that Pearl Seas is known for.
Day 1 Milwaukee, WI
Begin your journey in the vibrant city of Milwaukee. There’s more to this city than beer and baseball. In addition to being home to ten Fortune 1000 company headquarters, Milwaukee is also known for its historic architecture, markets, international seaport, and variety of museums, including the Milwaukee Art Museum just steps away from our dock.
Day 2 Muskegon / Holland, MI
From historic ships and lighthouses to the restored mansions built by Muskegon’s most famous lumber barons, delight in the history and scenery of this quaint Michigan town. Referred to as “The Riviera of the Midwest,” Muskegon has grown from a fur trading and lumbering town to a vibrant tourist destination. Explore the delightful town of Holland where hundreds of Dutch immigrants live and immerse yourself in its genuine Dutch culture.
Day 3 Mackinac Island, MI
Mackinac Island is a living Victorian town where personal motorized vehicles are prohibited – all those visiting or living on the island travel by horse or horse-drawn carriage, bicycle, or on foot. While Mackinac Island is known for its opulent Victorian homes and hotels, it has a long Native American history. Anishinabe-Ojibwe tradition holds that the island was a sacred place populated by the first people and was home to the Great Spirit Gitchie Manitou.
Day 4 Sault Sainte Marie, ON
Located at the mouth of Saint Mary’s River, Sault Saint Marie was originally established by Jesuit missionaries in the 17th century. Saint Mary’s River connects Lake Superior to Lake Huron and has provided trade access between the United States and Canada for hundreds of years. The blend of the native Ojibwa with the French and English settlers resulted in the rich and diverse culture of this incredible destination.
Day 5 Little Current, ON
Located along the north shore of Manitoulin Island, Little Current is considered the gateway to the World’s Largest Freshwater Island. Home to the native Ojibwe, this charming town is known for its swing bridge, a one-lane bridge and the only vehicular access to the Island.
Day 6 Parry Sound, ON
Located on the eastern shore of Georgian Bay in Lake Huron, Parry Sound is a picturesque port town with charming cottages and spectacular views. Parry Sound is located inside the UNESCO designated Georgian Bay Biosphere Reserve. One of only 16 Biosphere Reserves in Canada, it is home to a variety of rare species of plants and animals. While ashore, explore Killbear Provincial Park, enjoy a scenic boat ride around the 30,000 islands, or take an aerial sightseeing tour.
Day 7 Cruising the Georgian Bay
As you cruise the Georgian Bay, enjoy its serene beauty from the ships’ sun deck. Often referred to as the sixth Great Lake, Georgian Bay features more than 30,000 islands, miles of shoreline, and a variety of wildlife. Windswept pines, majestic towering cliffs, endless beach, and clear blue waters come together to create a one-of-a-kind destination.
Day 8 Midland, ON
Midland is the main town and economic center of the area located at the southern end of Georgian Bay’s Thirty Thousand Islands. Learn about the history of this fascinating city with a visit to Sainte-Marie among the Hurons, a living museum depicting 17th-century missionary life. Stroll along the Midland Harbor, a picturesque destination featuring a large statue of the trumpeter swan, considered the symbol of Midland. For bird lovers, the Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre is a habitat for Trumpeter Swans, Black Terns, and Least Bitterns.
Day 9 Windsor, ON
Windsor is known as the “City of Roses” due to the several large parks and gardens that adorn its waterfront. Although it is also sometimes referred to as the “Automotive Capital of Canada,” the city maintains 3,000 acres of green space, 180 parks, and 40 miles of trails. Led by our local expert guide, visit the Henry Ford Museum and admire the vast collection of artifacts documenting the inventions that have changed our way of life. Also tour Greenfield Village, a living museum which chronicles 300 years of American history.
Day 10 Cruising the Great Lakes
As we make our way to Windsor, Ontario, witness the natural wonders and majestic beauty of the Great Lakes from the comfort of your fully furnished private balcony. Along the way, delight in the locally inspired cuisine prepared by our team of master chefs.
Day 11 Niagara Falls, ON
World-famous Niagara Falls stands 165 feet tall and is comprised of three waterfalls – Horseshoe Falls, the American Falls, and the Bridal Veil Falls. These famous falls are shared by both Ontario and New York which are connected by the Rainbow Bridge. Our local guide will show you the best vantage points and will explain the importance the falls once had to Native Americans and fur traders.
Day 12 Toronto, ON
End your amazing journey in Toronto, established as a Native American settlement and French fur trading post. Within its impressive skyline, there are several cultural hotspots including art galleries, museums, and performance centers. Shoppers will delight in Queen Street West, where chic boutiques replaced this old warehouse area and Kensington Street, where retro style abounds.
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