Peerless II Public Cruises
Take a cruise aboard Peerless II and see what Muskoka is all about. A unique part of the"Muskoka Experience" must include a cruise on one or more of the three big Muskoka Lakes. Take in the sights of the stunningly rugged and beautiful Canadian Shield on lakes Rosseau, Joseph or the biggest lake, Muskoka. We offer high quality cruises which allow you to sit back, relax and enjoy your view of the magnificent summer homes that Muskoka has become famous for. History and local lore is a key part of our live commentary and it will not disappoint you. Just a few hours north of Toronto, our pristine lakes will leave you with memories that will last a lifetime. Muskoka Lakes Museum is located adjacent to our dock in historic Port Carling, and it is a very impressive tribute to early residents and vacationers alike. A definite "must see" as part of your visit to the centre of the Muskoka Lakes at Port Carling.
Cruising 7 days a week in late June, July, August, Sept and till late Oct. We offer daily sightseeing Muskoka boat tours with or without food options. Evening sunset cruises with or without food service on Wednesday, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Peerless II is available for private use as well. Whether a wedding venue for that special day or for corporate use, we offer a reasonable option for smaller groups.
The Peerless II offers you and your bridal party a private charter experience for close intimate weddings. Whether you are looking for a unique ceremony location or would like to hold your reception aboard the ship, this is the perfect idea of a relaxing and intimate wedding. Or maybe you would like the ideal venue for birthdays, anniversaries, graduations and much much more. We look forward to serving you aboard the Peerless II.
Our goal in restoring Peerless II is to allow visitors and locals alike the opportunity to see and experience first hand the historic supply boat era on the lakes. Peerless II made its living for over 50 years as a gasoline and home heating oil delivery boat coming and going to every corner of all three Muskoka lakes. You can learn more about its history while enjoying a cruise with us..
“The best kept secret in Muskoka” JSF