Lake Michigan Cruise Departs August 7, 16 & 25, 2017

June 13, 2017

Exploration at every port
Chicago
Among one of the largest cities in the United States, Chicago, IL is most known for its amazing architecture, wind and waters. The city’s skyline is punctuated by towering skyscrapers including the Willis Tower, John Hancock Center and the Aon Center. The city is also a hub for modern art and museums such as the Art Institute of Chicago.
Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island is truly the jewel of Lake Michigan. With a ban on motor vehicles, the best way to get around this island is by bike, horse or on foot. Travel in a horse drawn carriage to see Marquette Park, Fort Mackinac and the amazing architecture including the magnificent Grand Hotel, where Blount offers a traditional Afternoon Tea in the hotel’s parlor.
Get Closer by Small Ship
It’s the fifth largest lake in the world and the only Great Lake contained entirely within the United States. Discover Lake Michigan- America’s Third Coast. Visit Chicago, Mackinac Island and Milwaukee among other great American port cities.
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Beaver Island
Explore the largest island in Lake Michigan from the picturesque village of St. James including its lighthouse on Whiskey Point, shops, museums and church to the spectacular Donegal Bay with views of High, Whiskey, Trout and Garden Island. Visit Protar’s home and tomb and learn more about the history of this interesting man.
Holland
Enjoy a complimentary shuttle from our vessel into downtown Holland, MI where you will get to explore this quaint Dutch-inspired village. Walk the cobblestone sidewalks lined with tulips and visit the shops. Tour Windmill Island, home to an over 200-year-old Dutch windmill, the only authentic Dutch windmill in the United States.