Guests enjoy buffet-style meals while sailing on a luxury riverboat showcasing a live DJ and harbor views
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- C$44 for a brunch or lunch cruise (C$62.95 value)
- C$53 for a dinner cruise (C$82.95 value)
- The cruise schedule will feature weekly sailings from May though November. A listing of current dates are available here.
Each cruise features a buffet, and will be on Jubilee Cruise lines’ operating ship, The Jubilee Queen.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Online reservation required. 1 person may book group; must provide voucher #s and guest names. Not valid for themed or holiday cruises, Mother's Day lunch, Canada Day Eve Fireworks cruise, or Air Show lunch. Valid for the Father's Day lunch cruise. Ages 12+ only on dinner cruise. Valid photo ID req'd to board. No cancellation or date transfers. $10 reprocessing fee for incorrect orders or submitted without promo/coupon codes. Tax & port fees not included. Purchase will be charged a 13% HST on the voucher price, plus a $10.95 port fee, and a 13% HST on the port fee. Limit 12 per person, may buy 12 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 90 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jubilee Queen
Lovingly recreated to emulate the riverboats that paddled along Lake Ontario in years past, Jubilee Queen's eponymous ship first wet its hull in 1986. More than two decades' worth of rays have since bathed the sweeping sun deck, which sits above a dining room lined with linen-covered tables. In the galley, the Queen's chefs whip up dishes suitable for any event, from full-course meals to buffets peppered with international cuisine, all of which are prepared fresh in a fully equipped kitchen onboard. In the cabin, a fully stocked bar keep guests' sea legs limber as they dance to the tunes of a live DJ amid views of the Toronto skyline and the distant shadow of the lighthouse haunted by the spirits of burnt-out bulbs.