Harbour tours give people a view of the city generally reserved for commercial fishers and visiting Godzillas. Float on with this Groupon.
$10 for One-Hour Boat Tour of Toronto Harbour and Islands (Up to $28.19 Value, Including Tax)
During April and May, cruises disembark each hour from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. with no evening cruises. During June, July, and August, cruises set sail at 10 a.m., then depart every 30 minutes from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Evening cruises during these months depart every hour from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Click here for a schedule of departure times. Toronto Harbour Tours also offers mobile tours, an interactive feature that allows passengers to follow along on their mobile devices in English, French, German, Spanish, and Mandarin.
Toronto Harbour Tours
Aboard a fleet of vessels that have cruised the Toronto Harbour for more than a quarter of a century, Toronto Harbour Tours converts landlocked guests into sightseeing day-sailors during scenic one-hour voyages. A licensed captain and crew colours each trip with informative narratives, casting entertaining facts into open ears while pointing out a continuous deluge of passing landmarks along the route. As tours drift by thriving parklands and across tranquil lagoons, Toronto's skyline glides into view to present passengers with unique opportunities to photograph the Skydome and the CN Tower's rippling Superman cape. During the summer, guests can disembark and explore Toronto Islands, catching a ride back to the mainland from another tour later in the day.
We got some great snaps and really enjoyed the hour watching the scenery go by. Well worth it.Megan S., TripAdvisor, 9/5/2012
“Great tour, with the option to be dropped off at Toronto Island half way through the tour and then you can get picked up at a later time, free of charge. This is a...”
“Great tour, with the option to be dropped off at Toronto Island half way through the tour and then you can get picked up at a later time, free of charge. This is a great option if you plan on going to Toronto island anyways. :) ”
“Best in the evening as you enjoy the end of the sunset and the city skyline looks incredible at night. Took some postcard pictures. :)”
“Beautiful scenery don't forget your camera! I can't wait to go again in the summer to soak up the sun at the same time :)”
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