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This sightseeing boat tour begins boarding at 9:30am from the town dock of Little Current. The boat departs for Killarney at 9:50am sharp.
The 40-mile round-trip tour heads out of Little Current eastward passing through Manitoulin Island’s historic swing bridge giving everyone aboard a spectacular close-up view. We will provide you with a brief history of this historical gem.
Strawberry Island Lighthouse seen from one of our Killarney boat tours.
Continuing onward the Grand Heron cruises by the picturesque Strawberry Island Lighthouse, Heywood Island and makes its way down the Landsdowne Channel filled with views of white quartz cliffs and windswept pines. As we enter the Town of Killarney through the Killarney Channel, you will be mesmerised by the magically scenic pink granite sculpted shorelines and aqua blue water.
We will dock at Killarney Mountain Lodge (KML) at approximately 12:45pm. The 2.5-hour stopover allows all aboard to disembark and explore the Town of Killarney! Enjoy food and beverage at Killarney Mountain Lodges’ Carousel Lounge or at Herbert’s Famous Fish and Chips. Grab a coffee and pastry from Curds N Whey or stroll the town with an ice cream. Come experience this charming, historically rich town nestled in the Killarney Channel. The boat will depart Killarney returning to Little Current at 3:15pm. Try out some locally crafted beer from Manitoulin Brewing or Split Rail Brewing Company from the bar as we make our way home. We arrive back on the main docks of Little Current at approximately 6:15pm.
Food and Beverage information: Upon departure from Little Current coffee, tea and light pastries will available to guests. Light snacks will be provided on the return passage. Drinking water is also included. Soda, juices and alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. The bar accepts cash and credit card. Sorry, no debit aboard. Passengers will be responsible for their own meal purchases while in the town of Killarney.
Killarney Mountain Lodge entrance.