The Sunset Dinner Cruise is the most spectacular way to see the 1000 Islands; it’s a floating patio where the scenery is always changing. Set sail in the warm glow of the setting sun aboard the triple-deck Island Queen, where you’ll be treated to a five-course meal with a choice entrée prepared fresh onboard and served to your table. It’s dinner and a show: with live entertainment and commentary. Join us on Friday, Saturday and Sunday at 6:30pm in the Spring and Summer.
Dinner in the 1000 Islands is intimate, elegant and entertaining. Live music and live-hosted commentary about the region will entertain during your cruise as the route passes small cottage islands and grand estates. Relax inside on the dining deck with panoramic views, then head outside in the open-air to promenade on the top deck at dusk. A Sunset Dinner Cruise hits all the right notes! This cruise includes a delicious five-course dinner.
Enjoy the ultimate dinner cruise experience by upgrading your reservation to the Sunset Dinner Cruise with a Premium Table. A Premium reservation offers a guaranteed window table for your party and a charcuterie board appetizer in addition to your meal. This experience is available for an additional $25+hst per guest. Only a select number of Premium tickets are available for each departure.
Set sail for the 1000 Islands on a 3 hour Dinner Cruise aboard the Island Queen.
Live musical entertainment sets the tone for a perfect 1000 Islands experience.
A full service bar serving wine, cocktails and beer is available on board for purchase.
A five-course dinner is included with a choice entrée. See the menu.
Hop on the Kingston Trolley to explore more of Kingston. Enjoy a live-guided tour through downtown highlighting National Historic Sites and visitor attractions like Fort Henry, Queen's University and Kingston Penitentiary.Learn More
The Sunset Dinner Cruise sails at 6:30pm in the Spring and Summer. After Labour day the cruise sails at 5:30pm. All prices plus HST. No outside food or drink may be brought onboard. This cruise remains in Canadian waters, no passport required.