2016 Homecoming Cruises

Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises and Trolleys are excited to welcome Queen’s University Alumni to Kingston for Homecoming 2017.  Join us for special lunch and dinner cruises on Saturday October 15th and Sunday October 16th.

No visit to Kingston is complete without experiencing the city from both the road and the river.  Combine tour on Kingston’s Red Trolleys with a dinner and cruise through the 1000 Islands aboard the Island Star.

Lunch Cruise

Combining Lunch with a sightseeing cruise is not only relaxing, friendly and entertaining: a lunch reservation guarantees your front-row seat for a panoramic view of the 1000 Islands. Enjoy a three-course meal along with live music and entertainment while the Island Queen cruises by the small cottage islands and grand estates that attract visitors from around the world. Join us for special Homecoming lunch cruises on October 14th, 15th and 16th. Island Queen Lunch Menu

Date Departure Time Duration Price (+hst)
Saturday October 14th 12:30pm 3h $61.50
Saturday October 15th 12:30pm 3h $61.50
Sunday October 16th 12:30pm 3h $61.50


Sunset Dinner Cruise

Our Premier Cruise tours the region basking in the warm glow of the setting sun: fine dining where the scenery is always changing. Aboard our dining ship, the Island Star, guests are treated to a three-course meal with a choice of four different entrees all prepared on board and served to your table. Our evening host provides music, entertainment and a commentary of the sites along the way. Join us for special homecoming dinner cruises on October 5th and 12th. Island Star Dinner Menu.

Date Departure Time Duration Price (+hst)
October 15th
5:30pm 3h $76


Trolley Tour

Kingston Trolley Tours offers tours of historic Kingston, Ontario, aboard three comfortable thirty-two passenger trolleys. It’s the ideal way to enjoy Kingston’s history and attractions.      

Our state of the art GPS-triggered narration system complements your experienced tour guide: together they provide an informative, engaging overview of Kingston’s more than three hundred years of history. The Trolley route covers all of Kingston’s historic old town and shopping district, as far East as Fort Henry and as far West as the Kingston Penitentiary.