A cruise with Toronto Harbour
Tours lets you enjoy the scenic Toronto skyline, and gives you a close up look at the beautiful Toronto Islands and waterfront.
Hop on one of our frequent boat tours, get off and explore the many islands and catch a return trip anytime later in the day!
While on board you will enjoy entertaining and informative narration live from one of our professional captains. It’s the best way to see Toronto from the water!
Toronto boat tour of the waterfront is a must see for anyone visiting our city. Up until the 1970's the harbourfront had an industrial emphasis, home to factories and shipping terminals. Since then extensive revitalization efforts have been made, and today the waterfront has been completely transformed, now home to restaurants, art galleries, theaters, shopping, and extensive walking trails. And the revitalization of the waterfront continues to this day. As you take a toronto boat tour with us you will get a close up look at this new waterfront, while taking a glimpse into the past. Buildings such as the Queens Quay Terminal, the Power Plant, and Pier 4 still stand; once used in the bustling shipping industry, they have been beautifully restored and are home to restaurants, shopping, and art galleries. The Harbourfront Centre is a must see as well, and in the summer time it plays host to numerous concerts and cultural festivals. Further west development has continued with condominiums and marinas, right up to the Western Channel that separates the city from the Toronto Island Airport. Take a boat cruise with us and you'll see the harbourfront is a bustling part of the city that should be high on the sightseeing list of any visitor to Toronto!
Heading out to the Toronto Islands with us on a boat tour you will feel like you have completely left the city behind! These are 15 naturally formed islands that have been set aside as a serene park space, and they can be the escape from the city that many of Toronto's residents seek in the hot summers. A cruise with Toronto Harbour Tours will take you through the many lagoons that separate the various Toronto Islands. As we pass by marinas and yacht clubs, we come amongst wildlife sanctuaries, and you may catch a glimpse of wildlife such as blue herons, swans, beavers, and even deer! If you decide to get off on the Toronto Islands there are plenty of things you can do for fun. Take the kids to Centreville Children's Amusement park, rent bicycles, boats, stroll through gardens and mazes, or swim at one of the beaches. And if you're hungry, there are great restaurants too! Whether you spend just an hour, or the whole day there, a visit to the Toronto Islands will be an unforgettable experience.