Cruise rain or shine aboard our weather-protected vessels.

  • “Lock Thru” Cruise Join us on an informative, 90 minute, fully narrated excursion which passes through lock 18.  It is a great adventure for historians and waterway enthusiasts of all ages.

    Cruises embark 7-days a week, twice daily at 1:00pm and 3:00pm.  Boarding at 12:45pm and 2:45pm.
    Children (4-10)……...$12.00
    Children under 4……. FREE

  • Friday Night Party Cruise – Minimum age 18

    Join us on select Friday nights this summer for an evening of non-stop fun! Bring your TGIF spirit and enjoy entertainment, dancing, a full bar featuring our signature cocktails, along with munchies from our snack bar. Boarding begins at 6:30pm, and we depart at 7:00pm. Our rockin' DJ Dion will be playing all your favorites as you enjoy the picturesque beauty of an evening cruise on the Erie Canal. Captain Jerry will "Rock the Lock" as we travel through Lock 18! After two hours of laughs and excitement, we arrive back at 9:00pm.

  • NEW in 2017 - Canal Nations Cruise

    Join us on a new and exciting cruise on select Saturday evenings as we explore the many nations that influenced the Erie Canal. From Ireland to Itlay, Germany, and France, these countries all had a part in the early days of the Erie Canal. We will "edutain" (educate and entertain) you with the nation's history, and offer everyone a sweet treat from the featured country (included in ticket price). On board entertainment and specialty beverages from our "host" nation will make this cruise a fun and relaxing way to spend a Saturday evening!
    Adults……………….$23, includes cruise and a sweet treat from featured nation.

  • Specialty Cruises
    • Comedy Cruises
    • Living History Cruises to the Herkimer Home
    • Private Charters

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Minimum number of cruisers required and cruises are subject to change.
Reservations strongly suggested for all cruises.

RESERVATIONS HIGHLY RECCOMMENDED, but walk–ins are welcome, subject to availability.

To celebrate the bicentennial of the starting of the Erie Canal we have a stump puller on display along with some artifacts and an Erie Canal time line.