Canada's Capital North

Kingston to Ottawa
5 nights, 6 days

Come and explore the St. Lawrence and Ottawa Rivers for 5 Nights, 6 Days. Embark in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, and disembark in Canada’s capital, Ottawa, Ontario.

Along the shores of the Ottawa River, you’ll come face to face with the capital of Canada where a warm Canadian welcome awaits you. Politics and pageantry abound in this city known for its year-round festive flair. Ottawa is the seat of Canada’s federal government. It’s the political centre of Canada, home to international dignitaries and the site of world-class museums and galleries galore, satisfying every interest.

Cruising along the Ottawa River you’ll find yourself situated directly between predominantly English-speaking Ontario and French-speaking Quebec, basking in a unique blend of Canada’s founding cultures. Cruising in either direction, you will experience the many faces, stages, and attractions of the St. Lawrence River. A dynamic international waterway whose deep-draft navigation route is an essential lifeline between North America and overseas trade centres.

Canada's Capital Two River Cruise

Overnight Ports

1000 Islands Anchorage
Upper Canada Village
Coteau Landing
Lachine, a borough of Montreal
Montebello

Schedules

Sep 9, 2022 - Sep 14, 2022
June 26, 2023 - July 1, 2023
July 22, 2023 - July 27, 2023
Sept 11, 2023 - Sep 16, 2023

Cruise Itinerary

Attractions

In Alphabetical Order

Thousand Islands Bridge

1000 Islands

This cruise will take you to witness the island paradise and natural and man-made charm of the archipelago.

Canadian Aviation and Space Museum

Canadian Aviation and Space Museum

The Canadian Aviation and Space Museum focuses on aviation in Canada from its beginnings in 1909 to today.

Carillon Lock

Carillon Lock

The lock at the Carillon Lock and Power Station is an impressive piece of engineering. Built between 1959 and 1964 this complex lock is a power station, powerhouse-dam and navigation lock in one.

Cumberland Heritage Village Museum

Cumberland

The Cumberland Heritage Village Museum is a historic village situated on a 100 acre site which is distinctive in its portrayal of the ways in which industrialization and mechanization were changing everyone's way of life.

Fort Wellington

Fort Wellington

The first Fort Wellington was built during the war of 1812 high above the St. Lawrence River at Prescott.

Fur Trade Museum

Fur Trade Museum

Located to the west of the Island of Montréal, the Fur Trade Museum at Lachine site is a testimony to the culmination of the fur industry in the Montréal region in the 18th and early 19th centuries.

Omega Park

Omega Park

You will explore 10 kilometers of the beautiful, natural landscape of a Laurentian forest coming face-to-face with many species of Canada's wild animals.

Seaway Locks

Seaway Locks

All locks on the Seaway are similar in size. In width they are 80 feet; the depth over the sill is 30 feet; and the length - that is breast gate to fender - is 766 feet.

Upper Canada Village

Upper Canada Village

Upper Canada Village ? parts of it formed with buildings moved from flooded lands ? is a living museum community that recreates the life, work, and development of the early settlements along the upper St. Lawrence River valley.